I waited till the last possible moment to decorate for Valentine’s Day. (I want to fast forward and decorate for Spring and Easter)!
When I found these cute hydrangea puffs at Michaels I became inspired.
I thought they would look adorable hanging from branches.
Our curly willow tree lost some BIG branches due to the weight of the snow that we got last month. So I grabbed a little saw and cut off what I wanted.
I ordered this cute sampler from here.
I saw it in the February issue of Romantic Homes and loved it. I doubt it will ever get stitched but that’s ok:)
The frame that holds the sampler is a thrifting find. So are the sweet little crystal cups.
In my cloche now are two sweet, white, chippy birds.
The tray that they sit on is a thrifting find as well. You may remember I posted about it here. I use it to house my glitter shakers. I decided it needed some color for my craft room and I painted it a pretty pink. I like how it looks under my cloche.
I painted some X’s and O’s in the same pretty pink and glittered them generously with some tinsel glitter.
It came together nicely!
I couldn’t leave the dining room table out.
So take a right and a little more pink awaits.
My mom gave me this sweet cherub pot when I was 16, I think. I remember she had put some lilacs in it and it smelled sooooo good.
It’s kind of perfect for Valentine’s Day!
Some wood candle holders I bought a long time ago, got a dry coat of ASCP in old white, then a little sanding.
Simple yet sweet.
Btw, the curio in the corner of the dining room had a makeover with none other than Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. I will do a post about that one another day.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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Oh I LOVE LOVE LOVE it... SO very pretty, soft and SWEET!!!
The pastel theme is absolutely pretty and perfect for Spring to come.
Really pretty settings, too...
Pretty and Pink! It all worked out perfectly.
Happy Valentine's Day
It's all so cute!! I love the XOXO! and the puff balls. I was going to stop at Micheals today, but ran out of time...I'm heading back Happy Valentines Day!
How pretty your Valentine's display is!!! And it can so easily go right to spring...can't wait until then! Thank you so much for stopping by 21 Rosemary Lane and leaving such a lovely comment. Love your blog...it's so pretty too! Following you now and have a great day!!!
How pretty...all of it,the pastel's are so beautiful. You really have a knack.
oh so very very very pretty in pink! it is a delight to the eyes and has given me a big smile!!!!! spring is right around the corner!!!whohooooooooooooooooo!!!!! (hugs)
I really think this is lovely. It will transition to Spring very easily. Good job! It is so pretty!
Oh you made a beautiful Valentine's Day... all the decorations are wonderful! The vase from your mom is precious. A real keeper! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend.
I keep looking at KC the elephant and he has no SOLD sign under him...is he for sale?!?!
It's so nice to hear you comment that you are interested in the craft room project! I'm excited that anyone else is excited. It will have a fun and fresh yet shabby chic feel, if there can be such a a combo! Thanks so much for commenting!
Such a lovely theme & setting from Valentines straight into spring. I love it! I still have some spring cleaning to do before I get to my decor, but I am so ready! Thanks for brightening my day with your blog & post.
I love the decorations you chose - so bright for winter!
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