easy Valentines Day glitter sign

Today we’re making a easy Valentines Day glitter sign!  Do you remember the cute 25 sign I made in honor of Christmas?  As I was packing up my Christmas decor, I had a thought to put the 14 for Valentine’s Day on the back side.  A two for one sign.  I don’t decorate in between Christmas and Valentine’s Day, I know it’s a big gap but what goes in between??  AZ doesn’t really have a true winter so I omit winter decor and move right onto love day!  Hello cute bunting!

easy Valentines Day glitter sign #valentinesday #homedecor

Here’s how you can make an easy Valentine’s Day glitter sign in a few quick steps!

easy Valentines day glitter sign  #valentinesday #homedecor

  1. Gather supplies.
  2. I used Deco Art’s acrylic paints and their Glamour Dust to give it a shine!  Find them at any local craft store.
  3. Keep in mind for the pink, I combined two shades to give it the right hue.
  4. Paint your board white (I used a 16″ x 16″ MDF left over from this craft night)
  5. Mix your pinks and paint inside your stencil (email sassy.sites@hotmail.com to order one if you don’t have a cutter).
  6. While paint is wet, liberally sprinkle glamour dust onto your 14. Peel off the vinyl stencil and you’ve got some easy decor!

easy Valentines Day glitter sign #valentinesday #homedecor

Check out that glam, lol! I like it, it’s a fun addition to this romantic holiday!

easy Valentines day glitter sign #valentinesday #DIY

easy Valentines day glitter sign #valentines day #DIY

Check out all our Valentines Day ideas here! Including our popular LOVE letters!!  We’re full of tip and tutorials for year round decor too! XOXO

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  1. 1

    That is super cute! I love the glitter!

  2. 2

    14 has never looked so Glamorous!! :) What a fun and cute idea. Thanks for sharing it.
    XO
    Angelina

  3. 3

    What a beautiful and fun sign! Love it all. Megan

  4. 4

    That is so cute! I even have a blank canvas laying around!

  5. 5

    Very cute!!!! Love the sparkly pink!

  6. 6

    It is pretty glam! Love how you went with 14 instead of some Vday word and the two for one sign deal is pretty nifty !

  7. 7

    It is oh-so pretty! I love how all of your crafts are so whimsical! You gals are uber-talented! Hope you ladies are well!

  8. 8

    Absolutely AMAZING!!! I want a glitter sign too!!!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality! I’m so HAPPY to have you over!

  9. 9

    I LOVE it !! So simple, yet so elegant. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  10. 10


    Liz

    Love this! I can’t wait to make one. Where did you find the cute white candle holders and the bird? So cute!

    • 11


      lollyjane

      The candle holders were from a garage sale. The white bird was from a grocery store, in the fresh flower area. Super random, right?? (:

  11. 12

    Very nice! I love glitter also!

    Nonny
    notionsfromnonny.blogspot.com
    stopping by from Sew Much Ado

  12. 13


    Dorlene

    Fast simple and so cute! Thanks for sharing.

  13. 14

    Super cute:)

  14. 15


    Crystal

    Love the glitter!! So fun!!

  15. 16

    Ok, maybe you ladies can help me…. I’m trying my hardest to paint a quote on a canvas using a similar technique to what you’re doing here. I even have a silhouette cameo and contact paper! But the paint is still leaking and making me insane… Any ideas or should I scrap it and use wood like you did here?

    • 17


      lollyjane

      Canvases are tricky. Seal it before you put the paint on it. Use ModPodge matte and lightly go over all the edges. It’ll create a seal and you can paint right over it!!

  16. 18

    I love the look of the glitter! It turned out great!

  17. 19

    Loved it and pinned it!

  18. 20

    What a lovely idea!

  19. 21

    I love sparkle that the glitter adds. Great job! Found you at TT&J. New follower.

  20. 22

    It’s so fun and sparkly. I love it!

  21. 23

    Love it – so pretty!! Thanks for sharing over at Finding the Pretty & Delicious Linky Party. Come party again tomorrow girls!!

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  23. 25

    I love this! I swear, everytime I turn around Deco Art is coming out with another awesome product!

    These pinecones are just too cute! I’ll have to keep them in mind for the holidays this year!

    I’d love for you to link this up to my glitter party here: http://www.framedfrosting.com/2013/06/glitter-craft-with-what-youve-got-4.html

    Danielle at Framed Frosting

  24. 26

    I live in Utah where we have plenty of snow. Because of this I just decorated my mantle in a ‘Winter Frolic’ theme. I am loving this big ’14’ and will be making one! I am chomping at the bits to decorate for Valentines, but will wait a couple of weeks. I call my Winter décor my transitional décor. It holds me off till I can start pulling out the love. Don’t blame you for just going for it. Winter décor in AZ would seem out of place. Saw this on Pinterest and had to hop over. Thanks for sharing!
    hugs,
    Jann

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    Lizzie

    Could you please post what shades of pinks, white and glamour dust you used?
    Thank you!

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