had a difficult time this year figuring out my Valentine’s day decor. I have made a few Valentine crafts projects in the past and made a few new things this year. But after I put it all up, it looked like Rainbow Brite threw up in my home, which can easily happen with all the pinks, reds, and purples associated with the holiday. Logan said it looked like Easton had decorated it. Haha! Point well heard dear husband, and I agreed. So I took it all down and started fresh.
Morley, the moose, got a smashing black bowtie and Logan cut out the wooden letters that I then spray painted. I also made the arrows displayed in the glass apothecary jar and the simple heart garland.
I love how the arrows turned out!
And of course, my chalkboard could not be forgotten! This one was a little more challenging, but I’m proud of the finished product. Red roses finish off the mantel and add a pop of color.
Can one’s home be decorated for Valentine’s day without candy? I think not!
More red roses decorate the kitchen table. Roses really are a staple for Valentine’s day, even if you bought them for yourself!
I also have a winner to announce for the Valentine’s wreath giveaway… the lucky winner is Barbara Powden! Thank you to everyone who shared and commented!