Simple Valentine’s Decor

I’m not usually one to do much for Valentine’s Day. But I’m finding quite a bit more motivation to make holidays special now that my kids are old enough to actually notice things like that.

And so this year, I did a little more decorating than just throwing a wreath on the front door.

Here’s the front door – holding a wreath that was used at my wedding:

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I love the simplicity of this wreath + the fact that it was used on the best day of my life.

I decided to go all out this year and invested 2 whole dollars into my Valentine decor. Hello, dollar tree. Let’s be friends. I found a pack of large glittery hearts, bought 2 of them and used sticky tack to put them around my home. Here are a couple in my bathroom {click here for the full tour}:

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There’s another one on the gallery wall in my dining room:

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Anna Grace & I had fun putting these pictures & hearts up in my kitchen. I love this little grouping of pictures and hearts! I’m not sure if I’ll be able to take them down after Valentine’s Day is over…

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I made this banner last weekend. It’s made with ordinary white computer paper, crayons, leftover yarn, and scotch tape. But Anna Grace was delighted when I hung it up. And I kinda like it too. I mean, I realize it’s not amazing…but that’s okay.


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And this wreath is still hanging up on my side door! I noticed they still have these hearts at the Dollar Tree this year. So if you have an old piece of cardboard lying around, go make a wreath!

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For more inspiration, follow my Valentine Love board on Pinterest!