Today I am sharing a simple Valentine Heart garland that I made out of scrapbook paper. I love how it looks on my vintage white windows. And it was incredibly easy (as in no cutting!) because I used a hole punch.
I am getting ready for Valentine’s Day and today I made a Valentine’s Day Charcuterie Board. I made this One for dessert and is the perfect way to end your special day.
The hardest thing about making a Charcuterie Board is figuring out how to pronounce it. In case you need to know, it is pronounced “shar-KOOT-ter-ee”. Just kidding. I made an after-dinner/dessert Valentine’s Day Charcuterie board with lots of homemade goodies. Today you will find recipes for Pink Peppermint Swirl Marshmallows, Homemade Hot Chocolate, and Royal Icing Sugar Cookies. Yum.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. The most special way for us to celebrate is to enjoy a special Valentine’s Day dinner at home.
Valentine’s Day dinner has always been different in our home. Our oldest son Andrew was born on Valentine’s Day so for his first eighteen years, we celebrated his birthday (which of course took precedence!). When he went off to college we weren’t used to going out to dinner nor did we like the hassle and crowds. So we usually have dinner at home. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I may be a bit nuts, but I am still making Valentine’s Day crafts. I love these projects and I will likey continue making them. I think I might be addicted to Valentine’s Day craft projects. Just when I think I have come up with enough projects I am back in my craft room coming up with something else. Read More
I Am So Excited To Share With You Easy Elegance Wednesdays, Where We Celebrate Simple Elegant Decor. Today I Am Sharing A Wonderful Valentine Hearts DIY That You Will Want to Make.
I love making Valentine crafts. And I am happy I still have a few more weeks left to make more Valentine’s Day crafts. These cloth Valentine hearts are so fun to make and my friend Debra at Debra Hall Lifestyle shared this great craft with me!