I am hoping that everybody had a wonderful Valentines Day and felt the love they deserve. I did, however, I was also very busy. I don't understand how 2, 3 and 4 year-old's can get so excited. Their energy level is almost as high as Christmas. Anyway, this is a little late, especially since I took everything down today.
I love my Cloche. I got it from Decor Steals. Decor Steals is so cool. Please go and check it out. I have a button located just below on the right side of my blog. It works like Pick your Plum.
A little pink love bird.
I found them at The Dollar Tree, fell in love, and bought a few.
I got this cutie at Hobby Lobby and paid more that $1.00. They only had one left.
So, I decided to make one. I just sprayed it with a light glossy pink.
He is so cute.
The Big Red Hutch.
This cute little picture was made from an old frame (painted it pink), news paper, a heart shaped cookie cutter and a hole punch.
The cone topiary was from last year, and I made the pretty beaded decorative ball for Christmas. I used one my awesome Styrofoam balls that I got from The Dollar Tree, and simply glued some pretty pink pearls on it.
The Entryway Shelf.
My son Matthew threw this vase on a wheel at school.
Oh, how I love this. Another Decor Steals item (seriously go check them out).
It is now time to put them away. I used one of my Decor Steals boxes to pack all my Valentines up and closed it off.
Before I closed it up, I listed all the contents. Labeled it Storage, Valentine, and numbered it #1.
I put Val #1 on all sides of the box, put it in the attic for storage and filed my index card away. That way, I can just look at my card to "see" what is in it. Also, if I change the contents, or, add another box to my Valentine collection, I just change and/or add my index card. File under Storage, then by Holiday in the file.
I did the same with all my Christmas decorations. I will eventually get tubs, but for now, boxes work just fine.
See you soon, I am working on my ribbon now.