Inexpensive Valentine's Day Decor {Guest Post} {Valentine's Series}


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For Valentine's Day this year, I decided to decorate my daughter's room with a little love.  As much as I love decorating for the holidays, I enjoy creating inexpensive ways to fill my home with seasonal decor even more!
I created inexpensive floral vases using recycled food jars.
I made a heart template out of card stock.  Then filled the heart in with puffy paint.
For this vase, I added rub on transfers and filled in the "o's" with puffy paint.
This vase is my favorite!
I used stickers as my template.  Then I dotted around each letter with more puffy paint.  I think it's pretty obvious how much I love puffy paint! 
I purchased the felt hearts at Target after Christmas.  They were only 30 cents for a pack of 3.  They were originally tree ornaments.  I snipped off the ties, then strung them together with twine.
The flowers were on clearance too!  I picked them up for $1.29 while in the grocery store. 
So there you go!  You can still make the day special without spending a lot of money! 



This post was written and submitted by Brandi of Don't Disturb This Groove.  Brandi is an avid crafter.  On her blog you will find wonderful before and after projects, home decor and renovations, and lots of wonderful crafting projects.  Trust me.  You'll want to visit this blog.


With Love,

2 comments:

  1. More cute ideas. I love this for a little girl. I bet she loved it!

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  2. Thank you so much for having me over, Libby! Hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day.

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