Valentine’s Decor – DIY Wooden Rosette Heart

I think my favorite thing about Valentine’s day is all the PINK!  Pink is such a wonderful, girly color.  It is so much fun to decorate the house with different variations of PINK! and Hearts! and Roses! and ALL THINGS PRETTY!


DIY Valentine’s Decor – Wooden Rosette Heart

I was feeling a little bored on Sunday morning.  I decided to rummage through some craft supplies and make sumpin’.

I bought these wooden hearts last year thinking I would get crafty and make some cute DIY Valentine decorations.  It didn’t happen.  But, that’s alright cause it gave me something to do this week!  These may be a year late, but I think they turned out cute.

Scrapbook Paper Valentine Heart Decor

I made two versions.  The first one, I Modge Podge’d some beautiful Valentine scrapbook paper to the face of the heart. I distressed the edges, then sealed it with Modge Podge.  I think the distressed ink edges helped give it character and a vintage feel.  I made some paper rosette hearts (these were way easy – maybe I will put together a tutorial, but there are plenty out there) and hot glued them on.

DIY Paper Rosette Valentine Decor Tutorial

Baker’s Twine Valentine’s Heart Decor

The second version, I painted white.  After the paint dried, I wrapped some baker’s twine around the heart and added some paper rosette hearts.

To display my Valentine craft, I put it on some decorative shelves in my kitchen.  Here are some of the other decorations on the shelves:

Berry Heart Wreath

Picked up in Target’s $1 section last year.

Rose Bundle in Glass Vase

Picked up at Michaels.

Easy peasy.  With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I need to start thinking of some cute ideas for spring decor and Easter.  Maybe I will need to re-purpose some of these decorations.

**On a side note.  Can I just say that I love Jimmy Fallon.  He is a comedic genius.  He is wonderful and deserves all the success that comes to him.

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