If you’ve still got your Christmas tree up don’t feel bad. While some people might go crazy getting ready for the next holiday, Valentine’s Day, some of us aren’t so on top of things. If you want to add some Valentine’s Day décor into your home that won’t feel out of place after February 14th, then check out some of these ideas from some seriously creative bloggers.
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Repurposed Sweater Valentine’s Pillow from Organized 31
You’ve got old sweaters hiding in the back of your closet, why not turn them into pillow covers? If you don’t, visit your local thrift store and pick up a few and then wash really well. You can cover a pillow you’ve already got or pick up a new one. Even if you think you’re terrible with a sewing machine, you can handle this! Bonus project – use the sweaters sleeves to make mittens!
DIY Love Marquee from Crafting in the Rain
Did you grab some post-Christmas clearance ornaments? Bring them out to complete this project! It’s a really cute idea for a family or entertainment room and is great year-round decoration.
Rustic Love Sign from Barnwood from The Country Chic Cottage
While this example displays the word love, you could put any sentiment on the board. Make sure to measure your letters and the space available before you start applying – there’s nothing worse than ending up short one letter! Once completed add a wire to the back to hang on the wall or, depending on how big you make the sign, lean it up against a space in your room.
Upcycling: Branch Photo Holder from Carolyn’s Homework
Can you have too many photo holders? No, I didn’t think so. Imagine how cute this would look if you have a non-functioning fire place. Make several of them, attach images, and arrange in the fireplace cavity. Add some LED lights or candles below to illuminate. An instant, year round tribute to love!
Printable Shakespeare Quotes from Mad in Crafts
Pick a few of your favorites and grab some frames. In just a few minutes you have some wall art that is perfect any time of year. Display the quotes in your living areas around Valentine’s Day, then move them to bedroom spaces for the remainder of the year.
Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day?
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