Valentine’s Mantel {2013}

Happy Monday, y’all! I’m really thankful for the beginning of another week. And I’m glad to be at home. We traveled the last part of last week to Indiana for my husband’s grandpa’s funeral. It was a good, but cold and crazy trip. Seriously. Sixteen degrees one day.

I’m excited to show you my Valentine’s Day Mantel today. Over the last few weeks, I’ve shared how to make the Pink and Gray Valentine’s Wreath and the Easy Valentine’s Day Garland. I love how everything came together for the mantel decor. It’s so fun for this time of year.

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Adorable! I wanted to keep everything pretty simple, so I used my antique stove board for the backdrop and photo frames that some of you might recognize from my Simple Winter Mantel. I already had everything on hand except for the wreath and garland…and the fresh flowers. 😉

I made this “Be Mine” topiary {tutorial here} and it’s still one of my favorite Valentine’s Day decorations.

Yes, I know. I use this Willow Tree figure all the time. It is one of my favorite pieces ever since my husband bought it for me a few years ago. The little chalkboard jars are from Target’s Threshold collection. I adore them!

I hung my Ruffled Satin Hearts over the photo frames with a pushpin. I loved making them a few years back. The little leather flower is from our wedding. And the aqua decanter is from a yard sale. :)

I love the warm tones of the wood with the fun pink, aqua and grays.

Here are a few more beauty shots…



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It’s so fun decorating with elements that you already have and combining them with a few new handmade items to decorate for various holidays. I love Valentine’s Day!

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Ridley and I are going to work on some homemade valentine’s this week…stay tuned for that!

Do you decorate at all for Valentine’s Day? Do you have any special V’day traditions?

Have a happy day!



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  1. Barbara Massey says

    I just have to know how you made the adorable panels behind the fireplace screen! We are in a rental with an oldaschool fireplace but we NEVER use it {I live in AZ.. ’nuff said haha} I just think this is beyond adorable!



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