Tuesday, January 31, 2017

My Valentine's Day Pinterest board

It will soon be time to think about Valentine's Day -- and, indeed, some have been posting Valentine ideas for weeks.  I am not one of them, but today I thought I would share the Pinterest board that I have created for Valentine ideas.

You can find it here:  My Valentine’s Day Pinterest board

I thought it might be fun to share a few of my pins with you.

Photo from A Little Sweetness
 This Little Patchwork Heart is from Tasha at A Little Sweetness.  Of the ideas I've pinned, this looks like it might be the most time-consuming, but it is sweet so I'm sharing it.

Photo from Clean and Scentsible
 The Valentine Chalkboard with Photo Banner from Jenn at Clean and Scentsible looks very doable.  I love it.  The chalkboard message is lovely and looks not too difficult even for a non-artist type like me.  The photo banner is adorable.
Photo from Amy J. Delightful
 Here's another banner, this one super-simple.  It's a Mini Vintage Valentine’s Garland which is put together with a sewing machine.  Amy J. Delightful even provides the vintage Valentines for you to download and print out!

Image from Brown Sugar Toast
Lastly, here are 21 Valentine Breakfast Ideas from Christa at Brown Sugar Toast.  Since Valentine's Day is on a Tuesday this year, you might want to make one of these breakfasts on the weekend either before or after. 

You will probably want to check out the board for yourself, as there are over a hundred more ideas.   Many look quick and easy and so you could still utilize them for the upcoming holiday.

Have you done any decorating or crafting yet for Valentine's Day?


  1. Marvin has some old Valentines from his childhood. Maybe I could make a banner with them!!

    1. You should try it, Arlene! I have a few Valentines from my childhood, as well. I usually display them on my Valentine's ribbon board.

  2. I love old Valentine's cards. I have some of mine from elementary school, but I put them in a scrapbook. I would love to make a banner with them now.

    1. Well, at least they are safely in a scrapbook, Sandy. If you follow the link to Amy J's blog, you will see that she has a file containing a bunch of vintage Valentine images that you can download and print out to use in this project. Some of them are similar to the ones from my childhood.


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