This glass vase was also part of my Christmas display with the random little dollar store ornament things. I just tied some Valentine’s ribbon around it and kept it!
I made the “stockings” last year after scoring some traditional Christmas stockings at an after-Christmas sale. You can read that tutorial HERE.
This one is my husband’s. I spared him the sequin and flower humiliation. 😉
And here’s a close-up of one of my girls’ sequined ones. All of the girls have different flowers on each, so we can tell whose is whose without having a name embroidered on them.
The sequined frame was a thrift store find just a few weeks before VDay. I couldn’t believe when I found it! I’m sure someone thought it was super hideous, but it goes just swimmingly with my sequined stockings! And for $.50, who can say no?
Since the only crafting I really had to do this year was the chalk letters on my boards, I decided to make some kissing balls to add to our Valentine’s collection. I like the rosette kissing balls I’ve seen, but really, I didn’t want to spend hours on this project. I had some tissue paper from the Dollar Tree on hand and just used two different shades of pink to make four 8″ pom poms and then hung them from a plant hanger that was already there and waiting for us to use! It’s right above a chair in the corner we don’t use very often, so whenever someone sits there, they get a kiss!
Pretty simple decorations, but they make me smile every time I walk by! I’m taking them down today and have to admit I’m going to miss the pink in the living room. lol