Found on Etsy – Valentine’s Day Decor

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Remember way back, months ago, when I said I wouldn’t take so long to write another post, and no more of me going MIA?  Well, I lied.  It’s been a long time, again, and I’m sorry.  I truly enjoy blogging, but finding time isn’t always the easiest.

I figured the best way to jump back in would be to do a quick “Found on Etsy” post.  If you’ve followed my blog, you would know that I love Etsy, and I love browsing around on there.  I always find something I have to have, and I love sharing with all of my readers.

This time, I went in search of some Valentine’s Day Decor.  I don’t think it’s necessary to go overboard, but why not just add a couple items to just celebrate and show the love.  See what I did, there?  Love… Valentine’s Day…  Get it?  Plus, it’s the middle of winter, and, at least here in Ohio, it is so very dreary.  A little Valentine’s Day decor will do a lot to brighten things up.  Read on, to see what I have found.

This adorable pillow, from SweetHooligansDesign, is so simple and cute, without being overly cutesy.

This plaid table runner from ShabbyandChicLinens would make the perfect Valentine’s Day addition to your table.

I really, really like this Rustic Barn Wood Heart, made by RiOakWesternDesign, and I definitely think this could be a more permanent piece of decor.

I adore this Rustic Mason Jar Set from curiouscarrie.  I’m a big fan of the farmhouse, primitive style, so this would be an item that I would love in our home.

Tulips are my favorite flower.  I think they are so elegant and classic.  So, when I saw this Tulip Wreath from ElegantWreath, I fell in love.

I think that adding a little decorative garland to spruce up around a holiday, can make such an impact, and I found a couple that I really thought were cute.

This Felt Ball Garland from JuJuBeeGoods is adorable, and you can move the balls around for the spacing you like.

I love burlap.  Everything burlap.  And, so, I really love this Burlap Heart Banner from sherisewsweet.

I love how this last item doesn’t use the typical Valentine’s Day colors, but is still just as cute.  Check out this Wood Block Love Sign from SawdustAndSunshowers.

Do you normally decorate for Valentine’s Day?  If not, maybe you were able to get some inspiration from this post.  Which was your favorite?

Hopefully, I’ll write more before February 14th, but if not…  I hope you are able to enjoy the love(s) of your life, and, of course, eat lots of chocolate!!



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