10 Simple Valentine Decorations
Valentine’s Day is a weird holiday for me…it’s always determined by how the new year is going. Sometimes I get lucky and don’t get sick and am not super busy. And then there’s this year. Last year I had a nice little Valentine’s setup and decorations. But this year, I’m thinking nothing will happen until February 14th. However, if I do get a moment, I might make one of these super cute and very simple Valentine decorations.
1. Simple LOVE bunting: I love this from Dear Lillie (however I love pretty much everything she does). Simple and classic.
2. Gerbera Daisies in Blue Mason Jars: This idea from Perfectly Imperfect is so fun while being romantic. You can often find blue mason jars at Walmart in the craft aisle.
3. “14” Plate: If you are a fan of vinyl and craft cutters, you can whip something like this out in minutes. Idea from House of Smiths.
4. Book Page Hanging Hearts: Following that old elementary school trick of folding a page in half and cutting a fishhook, you have a heart. Make 200 more and sew them together. Hang with washi tape. Idea from Dottie Angel.
5. Framed Heart: Buy a foam heart at a craft store and hang it from an empty frame with a ribbon. Can’t get much easier than that and it’s so cute! Idea from Little Birdie Secrets
6. Doily wrapped Mason jars: Mod podge some paper (or crocheted) doilies to a Mason jar and put a tea light inside. Very romantic for Valentines! Idea from Crafts by Amanda
7. “LOVE” on Clipboards: Purchase clipboards, print out the letters LOVE on paper. Done. Idea from Shabby Creek Cottage.
8. Love Note Embroidery Hoop: this one is a bit more complicated, but could still be pretty simple. Fabric in hoop, glue clothespin to the fabric for leaving love notes. Fun! Idea from i heart linen.
9. Doily Fairy Lights: Tape paper doilies to a white strand of white Christmas lights and hang up in your house. This would be so fun for a romantic night in! Idea from This is Glamorous.
10. Paper Heart Flowers in a Milk Bottle: This could be a fun kids project, using skewers and scrapbook paper. Idea from Simple as That.
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