Cara from Build It Craft It Love It says she is a sucker for any love-related décor, so you know Valentine’s Day is right up her alley! She spied a vintage billboard style sign in Pottery Barn’s catalog, but it was too large – and too expensive! Cara knew she could make it for less […Read More]
Last year, Kimberly from Serendipity Refined made it her mission to do more for less. To that end, she created Valentine’s tea towels by adding embellishments to towels she already had. For two of her towels, Kimberly let her sewing machine do most of the work, adding a monogrammed heart and pretty ribbon trim. However, she didn’t […Read More]
Courtney of Crafts by Courtney was shopping at the craft store when she came across adorable jars for Valentine’s Day. She immediately knew she could make her own using empty baby food jars she had at home and her collection of spray paint. Courtney made a beeline for the chalkboard labels and rushed home to […Read More]
When thinking about Valentine’s décor, you might immediately picture a house decked out in red and pink and brimming with hearts and lace. However, Ashley from Simply Designing shows that Valentine’s decorations can be tasteful and even neutral. Last year, Ashley shared at Infarrantly Creative how she made this textural “XOX” décor using paper mache […Read More]
Are you all set for Valentine’s Day tomorrow? If you need a last-minute gift idea or just can’t get enough hearts, check out this jewelry dish Bonnie from Uncommon Designs made. All this simple project comes down to is paint! She says, “I love it when something you make that is cute is also oh so functional.”
Cheryl from Snaps of Ginger created a smaller version of Pottery Barn’s Love Sign for her Valentine’s vignette. Cheryl simply painted the letters gold and then glued them onto a canvas. Easy peasy! This is a project you can quickly whip up if want to infuse a little love into your home on the fly.
Saying “I love you!” doesn’t have to cost a bundle this Valentine’s Day. Impress your guests with this adorable little tea towel. Bren of Bren Did created her own no-sew PB-inspired Valentine gifts using premade flour sack towels and iron-on adhesive. According to Bren, “These towels are easy to make and add a sweet Valentine touch to your dining table, kitchen or gift basket.” The best part, at only $0.77 each you can afford to spread the Valentine love around the whole neighborhood!
With a house full of boys, Rachel of Maison de Pax has never been one to go over-the-top for Valentine’s Day. However, pillows sporting frayed X’s and O’s caught Rachel’s eye as a subtle way to show a little love. Rachel whipped a pair up with rich red velvet and leftover drop cloth for only $4 a piece and couldn’t be more pleased with the result!