Confession: other than decorating for Christmas, I’m typically pretty lame at decorating for other holidays throughout the year. It’s not that I don’t WANT to decorate, it’s just that I’m terrible at remembering holidays more than 3 days in advance. By some miracle, at the beginning of this month I actually remembered that Valentine’s happens on the 14th of February AND to top it off, I made some fancy love themed artwork! Although, I think these pieces may have to stay up at least through the end of February because they’re just so dang sweet.
I found this really cute free printable over at Tried & True. I printed it out on medium weight paper and colored it in with water color pencils. I’m a pretty awful artist, so being able to color in between the lines with the water color pencils and go back over it with a wet paintbrush is my kind of art :)
This cute little thing now lives on the wall above our couch in the living room. With all of the pictures of just Josh & I, this wall has unintentionally become a bit of a shrine…haha. I think it’s definitely time to print out some new pictures of family and friends to put up there!
This next little diddy was inspired by the one and only Pinterest. Yeah, I not only jumped on the Scrabble letter bandwagon, but I caught a ride on the chevron train too. I didn’t want to spend $20 on a brand new Scrabble game just to pull a few letters out, so I opted for some wooden letter tiles from our local craft store. Although they don’t have the little score number in the bottom corner, I think the $4 price tag for 40 letters was well worth the sacrifice!
I started off with an Ikea shadowbox frame that I found at Goodwill for $1.99 (score!). Then I used spray adhesive to attach the chevron fabric to the backing of the frame and hot glued the letters in place. Easy and so cute!
I paired the Love You art with a photo that was taken right after Josh proposed to me almost 3 years ago! Wow, time flies when you’re in love, huh :)