First up, the picnic table in our kitchen eating area:
The mason jar in the middle is filled with red hots and then I stuck a few cute, soft little hearts on sticks in the red hots. Oh and then I cut the hearts off some extra sticks I had and filled the side mason jars with those. woohoo DT rules! I wish they carried mason jars though. Someone work on that for me!
Felt table runner and heart plates below are from Target - compliments of Anna. thanks mom!
I printed out these little L-O-V-E letter cards to put on each plate around the table.. corny but again, I just cant help myself! ahh
Now for the dining room table... (yes there's more - cupid threw up on my house for real)
Wooden candle holder filled with red hots and more hearts on sticks! I sure do get a lot of use out of my wooden candle holders. And for some reason I have like 4 of them in various lengths... why? I think every time I went to Canton over the course of a few years I'd forget I already had 1 (or 3) at home and would make Anna buy me a new one. oops, thanks again mom! :)
And last but not least, an easy vday garland!
I bought a pack of foam hearts at DT and strung them together with a needle and some red thread. Might sound time consuming, but I promise it only took me like 5 minutes to do!
Oook I think thats all the valentines decor that anyone can handle... I apologize to all you vday haters out there & will blame all of the above on my love for the dollar tree, budget decorating, and anything and everything holiday related. hah try to still love me! :)