Do you love when I say I'm going to post something 'tomorrow' and don't? I should really watch my verbiage!
We are usually so festive with Valentines! We usually write notes to each other, open little love gifts, read scriptures about love etc.
I have really fallen off the wagon this year! I feel like I've just finished decorating! Oh well. Some years are like that!
This weekend I'll be sure to make each of my love's a Valentine because I always do.
I wanted to show you the bits of Valentine's throughout my house. I really do love this holiday! It isn't a romantic holiday for me, but it is a symbol of all that I love, what the love between my best friend and I has created. It really is something to celebrate! I have a wonderful life and love it!
Let's start upstairs in our family loft area... I just found 3 of these pillows yesterday while at Target! I love this time of year because my color scheme for up here is all over the place!
I made the topiaries and that rolled paper heart. It's cool right?
I love this zone. We are here every night to read and pray. The kids do their reading here, along with many other crazy things I wish they wouldn't do!
Here is a shot of my bench in our entry.
I got those felt ornaments several years ago, on Christmas clearance. I strung them on embroidery floss to create a garland.
I kept our lanterns the same as they were for Christmas, just added some hearts to those. And, of course I changed out the pillows. #ihaveapillowaddiction
These items are in the window in front of my sink. How cute is that rolling pin? Target. I added letter stickers to the pink heart. Simple and cute. I also created that love birds printable!
Here is my buffet. I put my Valentine pallet from last year up on my buffet. I like it here.
I decorated with party decor, a topiary I made (tutorial here), candy and arrows. I got the arrows at Hobby Lobby. This is actually the back of them!
Here is a view from the other side of my table. I did a simple table centerpiece. I love tulips this time of year!
There we have it! I hope you enjoyed, and maybe gathered a few ideas for yourself!