I would love to share a few Valentine decorating ideas with you. This holiday always makes me become nostalgic. Do you remember being in elementary school and writing your Valentines the night before the school party? Well, I sure do!
So, let's add a little sweetness around your home for this holiday. We can bring back some of those memories while creating new ones for the ones we love.
Would you like to make a unique Valentine decoration for your wall? Paint some metal letters and hang them from an old board decorated with unique vintage looking knobs. Remove the letters after the holiday and hang plates or other painted letters from the board. Or, you can place the letters on a bookshelf or mantel.
How about making a Valentine napkin ring craft? This one is so charming and easy to make! All you need is some napkin rings, scrap book embellishments, and a hot glue gun.
Learn to set a pretty table for your guests or that special someone! You don't have to spend a lot of money; incorporate things you already have. Add some color to your white plates with red napkin! Make place cards decorated with stamped hearts.
Nothing says Happy Valentine's Day like homemade cupcakes. Better Homes & Gardens has some of the most delicious ideas for Valentine's Day cupcakes.
There isn't any occasion where I don't want to make a wreath for my front door. I was so pleased to find a heart shape grapevine wreath at the craft store.
Roses are the perfect flowers for Valentine's day . I thought I would throw in a little whimsy by adding a black and white gingham ribbon. Here is an easy photo tutorial to make the wreath.
A simple decorative pillow is an easy way to add some Valentine decor to any room. How sweet is this pillow? Follow this easy step-by-step tutorial to make this pillow and find even more homemade Valentine ideas.
This would make a great Valentine present for grandparents! Put a photo of your munchkins on burlap canvas! This is an easy DIY craft project.
Hello! My name is Jennifer Davenport. I am so glad you have stopped by. This website is full of ideas to help you "make a house a home". Here is a little about me...