Happy almost February! whoo hoo!
Like I’ve said before, decorating for Valentines Day is one of my favorite times of the year, so are you ready for this years Valentines shelf decor? Good, because I’ve got some for ya!
Honestly, this display is probably the simplest I’ve ever done; and I LOVE it!
Clean, fresh, bright and of course… pink!
I always like to decorating with numbers so having an advent calendar in my display just makes me happy! I used some twine that I found at Walmart in the craft and coloring section and strung the tops of my folded bags over them; using a small clothespin to keep them in place. To secure the twine I used two small clear command hooks and simply tied the twin around each hooks end.
You can find full instructions for the Valentines advent calendar in our last post or just click on the photo below.
You all know that I go crazy over chalk art typography, so of course I had to include an 8×10 Caravan Shoppe print in my display. I had the glass vase and picked up these pretty pink hydrangeas at Target.
Because I loved the look of my doily wreath so much, I wanted it to stand on it’s own. Using an old window frame that I had, I just looped a piece of ribbon around the window and then secured it with sewing pins to the back of the wreath form.
The pink cups and greenery wrapped hearts were purchases from Tai Pan. I thought they added a nice Valentines touch, without being too literal and if you missed our Instagram post from a few days ago, I went to a flea market and found some fun decor for our kitchen table. A few vintage cupid signs and a mirrored gold tray were a couple of my finds!
I LOVED decorating this space before our little makeover, but enjoy it even MORE now! The white planked walls give me the perfect blank canvas to work with and all the natural wood elements ground the space so well. We’re still waiting on a few more things to completely finish off the space and also need to talk window treatments with you… so stay tuned!
If you missed last years Valentines decor, you can find the post about it below, along with a few other projects that might work well for you while decorating for Valentines Day this year!