Saturday, January 10, 2015

Love is in The Air

I don't usually decorate my home for Valentines Day, but this year I decided to go all out. I guess it was the sadness of having to put my Christmas stuff away, so I felt if I decorate for valentines it would make me feel better.  My mom always celebrated all the holidays and I remember her doing something special for us kids on Valentines Day.   Last year I made a lot of things for the shop, and was quite surprised that not much sold, so this year I decided to make stuff for me! 

This is the beautiful banner I made. It took forever mainly because I had to re-glitter the letters because I didn't use glass glitter to begin with! This banner is made with vintage music sheets are 

This year I wanted to collect vintage heart candy boxes, BUT those damn things cost a fortune! So I was able to find one on EBAY, for a reasonable price, then I found a very unique shaped box at Suzie's Gift & Thrift store. The one with the music sheet music I made, along with the others

this is my hutch, it's always getting a make over. I used some of my Christmas stuff that was red and pink since the colors are perfect for Valentines Day.

I saw this on Pinterest and fell in love with it, so I made one for me!  

This is in my dining room. I didn't want to put my pink santa away just yet, so I added a valentine, so he fits right in with the next holiday! I repurposed one of my many Christmas Trees into a Valentine Tree. 

I love how my Shirly Temple came out. Her red polka dot dress was too perfect for Valentines decorating!

I love vintage Valentines and downloaded way too many!

This is my entry way, I used a vintage wedding picture and vintage wedding cake toppers from my collection! I need to put my moms wedding picture in this display too!

I wanted to buy this paper mâché clown but he was $75!! Way more than I wanna pay for that so,......I made my own and LOVE how it turned out!

Here's a close up. I attached him to a stand. He's about 15 inches tall.

This was a christmas ornament that I pulled apart to create something else!

Thanks for looking!

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