Take a look at my mantle decked out for Valentine’s Day! I just grabbed my different glasses - wine, martini and sundae – and filled them with different candies that come in reds/pinks! I made the heart garland with my handy dandy Cricut and sewed it together with clear thread. Still need a little something, but I like it so far! (I have a Cricut Personal Cutter and LOVE it! Cricut people, if you are reading this, I would LOVE to review the Expressions machine – hook a girl up!! I know, I’m shameless when it comes to the Cricut!). The plates I reused from this project.
And below is my Valantine garland that I made for my front door. Check out the wreath I made!And yes, I know my front door is an awful rose color. I wanted to paint it black but my hubby told me no since I decided I wanted to do so when the temperature was in the single digits. His other reason: we are replacing it this spring with a brand new pretty door, so why bother? I say heck, let’s do it. He stood his ground, so you get to see the beautiful color the previous owners put on it… it makes me shutter to think my shutters once matched. Whew – sorry about that little tangent – back to the decor!
Wreath tutorial to come tomorrow!
I stitched these together using clear thread so that they hang on the door.
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