Thursday, January 20, 2011

Early Valentines



Valentines Day will be here soon!I know I'm a little early, but I love decorating for Valentines Day. I did things a little different this year. I've never decorated my mantle for VD. I found the red picture frame at the thrift store and did a chalkboard paint backing. Found the thrifted V.D. sign and glittered it. What a mess that was!
I decided to do a little cherry vignette. I don't know why, but cherries remind me of Valentines Day.
I've had the vintage hat in my craft room and the little figurine and put it together.
Here's my little collection of vintage valentines. I like to use scarves and hankies-this was a thrifted scarf. I pick up any with polka dots-doesn't matter what color. You never know when you might need one!
Here it is altogether. I found the cute heart garland from Michaels-probably could be made easily from ribbons. I'll share my entryway next time. It's really cold here and dreary. I'm gonna nest and do some embroidery and watch some football this weekend. How about you?
Have a great week!
Leslie

11 comments:

  1. Very cute decorating! I particularly like the vintage valentines! I'd love to have a copy of the little girl in the blue dress to use on cards - she's adorable! I also like the garland, and I'm sure it could easily be made by tearing strips of fabric and tying them onto a piece of long ribbon or twine! Now you've gone and given me another idea for yet another project! Thanks! Becky G in GA

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  2. It's just wonderful! The cherry vignette is scruptious and definitely looks Valentiney to me. Now you will be decorating your mantle for every holiday.
    My son talked me into hitting two of our local flea markets today. (twisted my arm, he did) ;-) I came home with 5 vintage children's Valentines. I don't have access to a scanner right now so I'll have to photograph them to post soon.

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  3. Happy Valentine's Day to you (early of course). Love the vinette you have created. My favorite is the vintage Valentines/

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  4. Those cherry boxes are to die for. I would never think of that. Just a lovely look at vintage Valentine fun.

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  5. That is ADORABLE!!!!! I love it!!! Okay..I have never ever decorated for Valentine's Day...but your beautiful mantle is very inspiring!!!! hmmm. :) Have a beautiful eveninig!!!

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  6. Love your Valentine Day decorations....they are all very Cheeryful :)
    Blessings

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  7. Such Valentine lovelies! You've really got it together!
    ~Sena

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  8. Hi Leslie!
    Your mantle looks darling! I adore your cherry vignette. (and your cherries on your blog page too!) I've been wanting to do something with that blackboard paint but haven't come up with a project - your picture is so cute. (that must have may required a lot of glitter, huh?!)
    Happy Happy It's Nearly Here Valentine's Day!
    Sally xo

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  9. Ooh...I love those vintage cherry boxes!!! I've seen a couple at antique stores and they were pricey. I can see that you really like the upcoming holiday! Hubby and I are going to a concert to celebrate. :o) I'm excited but I think he is less than thrilled and just going to make me happy. Oh well, guess thats marriage...give and take!
    Fondly,
    Ann
    @
    The Tattered Tassel

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  10. Your mantle looks wonderful and I LOVE your new chair covers! Have a great week! Nan

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