If you are looking for how to decorate your Valentine’s Day mantle like a pro you have come to the right place.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect holiday for you to pull out all the heart and loved themed decor.
Love is definitely in the air this February, I wanted to share the love after such a hard year in 2020!
This marquee sticks and letters from @12timbers has to be one of my favorite pieces of decor in my home. I can share fun uplifting quotes with my readers and followers, and work to brighten someone’s day!
From the Valentine’s Day vintage garland DIY, to the Cherry blossom stems, I went all out this year. Mixing a ton of blush, pink, and white flowers.
When do you start decorating for Valentine’s Day? Scout out the after Christmas sales, and find ribbon that can be used for multiple seasons. This blush ribbon was 80% off in the Christmas clearance at Michaels this year.
I have accumulated quite a bit of Valentine’s decor throughout the years. Want a money saving hint? Buy decor items that you can be use in multiple seasons. How adorable are these wooden hearts from my friends at Handmade on Poplar?
I filled this cloche with rose petals and blush net flowers. Vintage books can be used all year round, and just add a timeless touch to your decor. These vintage books are from my friend Jamie at books by Jaysworld.
It wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day if I didn’t do a few fun DIY’S right? I will have this fun vintage mason jar DIY up on the blog tomorrow.
DIY mason jars with a little pink and white chalk paint to create these beauties. They can be used in your spring decor.
This fun DIY Valentine garland from a vintage set of cards I found on Etsy truly finished off this space, don’t you think?
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We hope you enjoyed our ideas on how to decorate your Valentine’s Day mantle like a pro. Be sure to check out our ultimate way to decorate with blush for Valentine’s Day post! See how we decorated our vintage living room shelf over on Instagram.