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Add Some Heart to Your Home

Decorating for the season of LOVE, Valentine’s Day, is easy and fun.  Add some heart to your home by using some of these extra-special decor ideas to empassion your abode. You might not want to remove these eye-pleasing and warmth-inducing items at all. When you heart your home, you might decide to leave them out all year round.

Wrap a candle

Take your candles out and wrap them with red ribbon to give them a Valentine’s Day look.

red candle(Dig This Design On Pinterest)

Letter a glass block

Buy a glass block at a home repair shop, add adhesive letters (L-O-V-E, or your loved one’s name) and place stems in water or natural-looking silk stems in the open end.

glass block(Dig This Design On Pinterest)

Hang a heart

A do-it-yourself project is always fun, and personal.  Buy a foam heart-shaped wreath, hot glue moss all around it.  Make and attach a burlap bow.  Then frill with babies breath, fern, or anything else your heart may desire.

wreath(Dig This Design On Pinterest)

Heart the mantle

Candles, pictures of family and couples, red flowers, vases, or anything red will dress up the mantle for a day of love and put love in the air. Don’t forget hearts, hearts, and more hearts.

fire(Dig This Design On Pinterest)

 

By the way, you will find that these can be very easy transitions from Christmas decorations to Valentine’s Day.  Heart your home using red, and display all types of symbols of love and memories of your loved ones.  It will be simple and fun to heart your home.  Especially when the responses come in the form of hugs, kisses and loving memories.

Written by: Ruby Moseley, FizzNiche Staff Writer

 

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2 Responses

  1. Alberta

    The designs are very pretty and look simple to do. It would be so easy to change over to other holidays, thus, saving money. Thank you for the ideas.

  2. Sarah

    I absolutely love these ideas! I do not claim myself to be a very craft person, however, I do decorate for every holiday, and these are cheap ways to make my house look amazing! I can totally stop spending so much money on store bought decor, and do it myself! Thank you so much for sharing!!! I think I will do the candle idea for all the holidays, just switch up the look of the ribbons!! 🙂

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