Monday, January 28, 2013

V-Day In Our Home

Over the weekend I added a few Valentine details around our home…
I loooove pulling out my craft bin. For this project, I actually had everything I needed on hand already. All I used was baker's twine, doilies, mason jars and craft paper.
Quick tutorial: Cut out heart from scrapbook paper {I used a cookie cutter to trace mine}. Glue them to doilies. Tape doily to jar. Wrap baker's twine around the jar 4-5 times. Voila!
{Valentine Vases!!}
Our Valentine tablescape: 3 bunches of tulips for $10, plus candles and mason jars. Please ignore the leaning candle.
Festive Dish Towels: Pack of 2 for $3.99 at TJ Maxx Home Goods 
 Red Polka Dot Burlap Pillow: a Christmas Gift {purchased from Etsy}
And of course, no V-day decor is complete without several bowls of conversation hearts spread throughout the house.
 
Are you decorating for Valentine's Day?
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26 comments:

  1. So, so cute! I had not planned on decorating for V-Day but guess who picked up new placemats at Target yesterday? I think I'm making a heart garland. I love those vases on your pretty table!!

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  2. Conversation hearts are my favorite candy for Valentine's & they look great in your bowl!

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  3. Oh my gosh this is the cutest idea! Definitely need to copy! xx

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  4. Super cute! What a great idea with those vases. Love that polka dotty pillow! XO

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  5. Such a cute idea! Your table looks fantastic! Don't worry, my taper candles always lean too, for some reason.

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  6. You are so adorable! And yes, I AM decorating for Valentine's Day! Seeing your Instagram pic yesterday inspired me to go grab some tulips (pink and white!) from the store along with some Lindt's truffle balls (in pink and red wrappers, of course!). I'm going to wrap my vases in ribbon (after I figure out the best way to make the ribbon STAY)and hopefully throw it on the blog. I'm pretty creative, but I struggle with the crafty factor, lol.


    Love the pillows and hand towel touches! Cheers!

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  7. Super cute!!! You did a great job!!!

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  8. Loving the mason jar vases! So cute! I saw a similar idea on Pinterest and I will definitely have to replicate that!

    Also, I love that burlap throw pillow! How adorable! Just perfect for Christmas, V-day, Memorial Day, 4th, etc.!

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  9. So adorable! And I LOVE that polka dot pillow!

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  10. So cute! I pretty much love anything to do with Mason Jars. I just love tulips- they give me hope for Spring!

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  11. These are SOO cute!! I love that twine (or whatever it's called) you used to tie the heart around the mason jar. So festive!

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  12. So cute! looking forward to doing this craft next year when we have a house :)

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  13. Oh this is so cute! I love the look of the mason jars! So festive!

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  14. CUTE vases!

    Love the pillows too - polka dots can do no wrong in my books!

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  15. omg I seriously love all of this!

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  16. SO cute! Love it all!! Especially that pillow!!

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  17. Your vases are adorable and have my so anxious to pick up some pretty tulips for our house too. I also love that pillow, the polka dots are amazing!

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  18. no decorating but you do a fabulous job!

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  19. This is so adorable. I recently shared a Valentines craft and now I've just found another one to add to the list. These jars are darling.

    And I'm right with you on the conversation hearts.. just wish they'd include more purples!

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  20. Cute diy!! Bakers twine is one of my favorite little finishing touches.

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  21. You make me feel like I need to get with the program (in a good way). I am jealous of your crafting talents!

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  22. What a perfect valentines day, with those beautiful flower vase. You can really feel the love inside your home. =) Send Flowers and Gifts to Philippines

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