Hey there, friends! I hope your week is off to a good start. Wednesdays always kind of get the best of me. Does that happen to you, too?
Valentine’s Day is in full-swing over here! I mentioned in last week’s Valentine’s Day round-up post that this is the third year I have brought this DIY wreath out of storage. I’m thinking maybe next year I will make another one, even though it’s held up really well. I like to switch things up sometimes. 😉 I love grapevine wreaths because there usually is no hot gluing that needs to happen if you’re using faux flowers — you literally just cut them to the size that you want and jam ’em in there. The banner was a JoAnn’s find and that is just tied in there. Super simple and festive.
Come on in and grab a cup of coffee!
…And be greeted by the world’s cutest pup. 😉 I’m not biased or anything, no way.
I had this garland from the Target Dollar Spot from a few years ago, but this year I added the faux chalkboard labels to it. They are just black folded name cards that I hung around the twine and then put a piece of tape in the center to hold them shut. I used a chalkboard pen to write the ‘X’s and ‘O’s. I’m no chalkboard artist, lol. Striving for festive, not perfection.
Tulips make me so happy. 🙂 They’re definitely my favorite flower. I was at our local grocery store a few weeks ago and this adorable Valentine’s Day gummy candy stopped me in my tracks in the bulk section. I knew that I wanted to make a centerpiece like this with it! This was very easy, too — I just found a glass that would fit in the center of this apothecary jar, and then layered the candy around it. I used tongs to arrange a little bit and also to grab any candy that had a mind of its own. 😉 Then I filled up the glass with water and added the flowers! A little tip — the way that I fill this up to refresh the water is by using a little coffee creamer pourer. So far the water has just sort of recycled itself because the flowers seem to drink up lots of it!
I hope you have had a great day! I’ll see you back here soon!