Its hard to believe that Valetnine’s Day is around the corner. I mean is January finally over??? Was it just me or did it feel like the longest month ever too? I can’t say I’ve been completely prepared this year for Valentine’s Day and crafting and baking…but I am hoping to get to some of it before the Holiday of love passes by. We have been just so busy with projects and some other behind the scenes business stuff that the crafting and baking has kind of taken he back seat. I was able to pull together a vintage Valentine’s Day vignette using some of my favorite pieces on my very favorite console! I am joining in this blog hop of Valentine’s Day vignettes with some fellow bloggers, so be sure to check our their beautiful vignettes below!
Some non-traditional Valentine’s items but ones that I truly love! A patina vase filled with babies breath, my favorite ladies lol, some vintage glass, and red books for a pop of Valentine’s day color.
Keeping it simple here and since Valentine’s day is not my favorite to decorate for I decided to keep my authentic style and pull together a look of vintage love!
Now I can’t wait to see what my friends pulled together for their Valentine’s day vignettes!
GET THE LOOK!
P.S. today is the last day to grab this dancer print! Head to my Vintage prints page to find where to order!
See all the other Valentine’s day vignette’s to be inspired with!
9 Valentine’s Day Vignette Ideas
Tiered Tray Decor Ideas // Happy Happy Nester
Subtle Valentine’s Day Shelf Decorating Ideas // Life Is Better At Home
DIY LOVE Tea Towel // The DIY Mommy
Valentine’s Day DIY Vignette // My 100 Year Old Home
Be Mine Valentine Mantel Ideas // Tatertots & Jello
Vintage Valentine’s Day Vignette // Seeking Lavender Lane
Valentine’s Day Mantel // Modern Glam
Neutral Vignette // Craftberry Bush
Adding Subtle Valentine Touches to the Kitchen // Lemon Grove Lane
They are all beautiful and creative, but I love yours best!
Aw Thanks Eileen!
I have never decorated for Valentine’s Day. I have no interest in it at all. It seems like such a waste of time. I must say that I do like your style for it. though.
Love love love the understated beauty of your Valentine’s decor!!!
thank you so much Carolyn