DIY Home Decor

Simple DIY Valentine’s Day Decorations

As a home decor enthusiast I take every opportunity I have to get my hands on DIY projects that commemorate traditions throughout the year. With that said, I bring you some DIY Valentine’s Day decorations that are not too late to make.

  1. LIPSTICK ART – I love this pretty cool decor because it’s really east to make. You’ll need some cardstock, a picture frame and multiple shades of lipstick. Voila!

21 Amazing DIY Valentine’s Day Decorations

2. YARN LOVE LETTERS: This idea is also pretty cool. You’ll need cardboard letters and several shades of pink yarn. Get to wrapping!

21 Amazing DIY Valentine’s Day Decorations

3. DOUBLE LOVE: what better way to say love in two ways?

Make one of these DIY Valentine's Day decor items for a love-filled home

4. WICKER HEART: Spray paint an outdated piece and watch it come alive.

5. MODERN STRING HEART:  the colors of this piece really pops and makes my heart skip a beat. 🙂


6. LOVE ON THE LEDGE: All you need is 4 items to make this piece! Super easy!


7. RICH HEART: Deep red felt heart (I really really wanted to write “heart felt”)

DIY Valentine Heart Wreath (via theidearoom)

8. BIRCH HEARTS: these birch bark votives are so cool and unique.

9. DEEP LOVE: beautifully crafted “roses are red” wreath.

Creative Ideas - DIY Heart Shaped Paper Rose Valentine Wreath

10. ROSY HEART: This last decor is for a warm and fuzzy

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I had fun finding these lovely Valentine’s Day decorations. I have to say that my absolute favorite is the last one. Those perfect roses just warm my heart. 🙂

Which is your favorite?



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When it’s time for the Christmas Tree to go!

Hey everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year!

I️ enjoyed Christmas very much with my family. It’s always a great time to spend with loved ones. However, Christmas (2017) is behind us and I’m ready to put my tree away. You wonder, why so quickly? Well, I’m ready to redecorate and put something else in the space the tree is currently occupying.

Thanks to the kiddos. You can spot their special touch at the bottom of the tree with the extra ornaments.

I initially had a upcycled accent chair in this space before we put up the Christmas tree.

So now, I’m thinking about placing a book shelf in this space. I️ did a quick search on and found this lovely Casual Home Foldable Bookshelf, and the cost is not bad at $32.99.

I️ really like that this bookshelf is foldable. That way I️ can change it out for something else when I️ get tired of it without having to take it down to pieces. Yippee!!!

So back to the question, When do you take down your Christmas tree? And what do you think about the bookshelf?