I wasn’t going to decorate for Valentine’s Day since we are getting ready to put our home on the market… but I just couldn’t resist. So to keep it simple I created this easy DIY Valentine’s Day entry way.
DIY Valentine’s Day Entry Way
I had this idea in my head that I wanted to bring to life. The main backdrop for my idea were these black and white I love you signs. I searched and searched for what I wanted but I couldn’t find anything.
So I decided to create my own. I hand wrote the i love you and then created this design. If you read it you will notice they all flow together. I have even included the printable for you, for free! (download here) You will need 2 of each design.
I went to Alphagraphics and had them print these for me. They are 11×14 and on card-stock. Any guess how much they cost me? $2.83 to be exact. I found the frames at Walmart for $8 each. For under $35 I have some pretty awesome art that I can change out through the seasons. I did leave the glass in these frames to protect the prints. But you can take the glass out if the glare bothers you.
I found these darling tassels at Target, and later when I am done using them in my Valentine’s Day decor, I am going to put them on my daughter’s headboard. I made this cute felt garland. You can view the hearts and felt balls here.
My tiered tray seems to have found a permanent spot on this table. It is so much fun to change out for the holidays! My exact tiered tray is not available anymore, but I have found some similar ones here.
In my tiered tray I have several different variations of greenery. Namely – eucalyptus, lambs ear, a few succulents, red hydrangeas, and flocked peonies. (shop them all here)
I have 3 jars full of red, white and pink candy hearts I found at the dollar store, a buffalo checked candle, a few wood vases from Target, and a heart from Simply Inspired with our anniversary date!
Shop all items from my DIY Valentine’s Day entry way here:
See my other Valentine’s Day entry way here
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