I'm thrilled, nay, ecstatic to share some of my Valentine decor with you today. Since I've made a few things and included tutorials, I'm not going to put it all in one gigantor-takes-an-hour-to-read-it post. Instead, I'm breaking them up-
Here's the foyer-
(and, once again, if you pronounced that "Foy-yay" in your head, then you are fancy)
Here's a close-up of one of the many free printables I used:
(thank you Becky Higgins)
I made a garland with vintage valentines that...you guessed it-
I printed for free.
and there's a wreath that I made using a slightly unconventional system.
OK, it was downright crazy, but it worked.
And didn't cost me a dime.
So...back to the printables.
They were all free and here's what I found:
a couple of "Love one another"s (found HERE)
and some vintage valentines (found HERE)
I used the vintage valentines to make the garland hanging from my flower boxes-
just trimmed off the white,
rounded the edges with a corner rounder, and
punched holes in the top corners,
the Christmas subway art, btw, is also from eighteen25, where I found one of the awesome V-day subway art printables.
the little red felt poofy thingy you see here is something I made and will be featured (with a tutorial) in my next post all about how I made the wreath,
that fabulous white chess piece is from the hob lob, purchased at half price for a whopping 3 bucks.
All total, I spent $0 on my V-day foyer since I already owned or printed for free everything you see.
Hopefully you can make some of your own magic with the free printables!
"How to make a Valentines Day wreath using crazy hair brained ideas and free stuff I found at my house"
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