Valentine’s Day shelves
A few weeks ago we shared my easy Valentine’s Day succulent centerpiece with you. It’s been fun to bring some green into my dining room, especially since we are big fans of succulents. I’ve been moving my farmhouse shelves around every holiday which has been so fun to see it change seasonally. I didn’t have a big budget since I just spent a chunk on my new floor install. I decided to pull items from my pantry storage like cake plates and vintage mason jars and fill them with faux pink roses. I spent $6 on 1 bundle from Michael’s (don’t forget to use your 40% off coupon) then cut it apart into 7 separate roses. Simple and clean decor!
Oh!-I did spend $3 on this mini heart bunting from Target Dollar Spot. So my whole mantel was less than $10.
Get the DIY on our glitter heart sign and glitter 14 sign too!
Don’t forget to check out my pretty vintage toolbox succulent centerpiece!
Visit more of our Valentine’s Day ideas like the tutorial for the pretty glitter 14 sign above
plus 11 more Valentine’s Day mantels to fall in love with.
All so very cute! I love all of them! Thanks for sharing at Celebrate It!
Cute, fresh and airy splashes of love.
Cute looks!~ Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!
Your Valentine’s shelves are lovely! Thanks so much for sharing this.
I really like the pink and aqua together.
I love the combination of pink and aqua! I made a red ’14’ canvas after seeing yours a couple of years ago. Still love it and it’s on the center of our family room mantle. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
SO pretty!! 🙂
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I love that blue glass with the pink roses it is gorgeous 🙂 Great Mantelpiece !