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It's time to share Valentine's Day posts from the past several years.
Definitely time to get all the posts together since then, in one place. Click on the captions below each pic and it will take you to the original post.
Let's start with a Valentine's Day tablescape from 2015. Our breakfast room in our last house was my favorite space to decorate for a holiday or season.
Setting a festive table is a simple and easy thing to do for a holiday.
You have to eat, right?
Why not make it pretty!
|Valentine's Day Tablescape|
Glitter Valentine's Hearts were an easy Valentine's Day craft for 2016.
|Glitter Valentine Hearts|
I shared our Valentine's Day tablescape in 2017. Oh, how I love to get out those Ruby Red glasses for Valentine's Day (and Christmas and maybe 4th of July).
|Valentine's Day Table for Two|
In 2018 - a year I was not feeling well at all - I was still able to summoned enough energy to make this sweet Vintage Valentine Heart using some a vintage doilies and hand tatted lace that my grandmother made when she was a teenager back at the turn of the last century. I soldiered on with a muddled head and I'm glad I did.
|Vintage Valentine Heart|
In 2019 I shared a Valentine Vignette in our Foyer. This cottage dresser in the Foyer at our current house is a great space to decorate for any season or holiday.
I made a LOVE Banner last Valentine's Day with some leftover supplies from our granddaughter's first birthday. The pale pink roses Mr. DIY gave me were perfect in the vignette.
|love banner for Valentine's Day|
Hopefully, you stopped by yesterday to see the Heart Shaped Pillows I made and sent to our granddaughter in California. I hope she likes them!
|Heart Shaped Pillows for Valentine's Day|
How will you make this Valentine's Day special this year?
For some of my FAVORITE Valentine's Day Craft's, click HERE. You won't be disappointed!
For a few more Valentine's Day posts and a sweet story of what Mr. DIY arranged one Valentine's Day, click HERE
Thanks for stopping by!
All of your decorations are beautiful. I especially like the board with the red pom pom garland!ReplyDelete
Thanks Heather! I love using it for Christmas and other holidays too!Delete