Valentine's Day Decor and Free Printable

Today I’m here to share my simple Valentine’s Day decor! I don’t go all out, but do like a few festive touches! A little pink and red sprinkled about never hurt anyone (well, not that I am aware of anyway)!

First up is the coffee printable that I designed a few years back. It’s free for download here or by clicking on the image of it further down. I wrote about the sentimental reasoning behind it in this post.

Mmmm… coffee. Definitely love. No doubt about it.

As you can see, it sits on the kitchen counter next to the magic early-morning-up-multiple-times-overnight-nursing-vessel (aka, coffee pot).

DOWNLOAD your free printable here (or click on image below).

Free Valentine's Day printable

In the family room I did a really simple mantel. DIY art which I shared here, DIY bunting which you can read about in this post and a Valentine’s Day yarn and felt heart wreath that I made a few years back (but never blogged about, sorry).

Valentine's Day mantel

Valentine's Day Decor

Valentine's Day art

Valentine's Day bunting

Valentine's Day wreath

I added a little love to the credenza too which sits under the TV in this same room (our family room off the kitchen).

Valentine's Day decor

I simply popped some faux flowers into the rock vases that we got on our honeymoon (awh, love), and paired that with a sweet little hexagon printed vase that I found at the grocery store of all places (Save-On-Foods to be exact). I can’t recall where I got the heart-shaped felt ‘coaster’ (I have a bunch of them) but the little family sculpture was a gift from my mother-in-law.

Valentine's Day Decor

I kept the entry way equally as simple. Just a few touches in this area as well.

Valentine's Day decor

Here I popped a little red battery operated candle into the hanging lantern, placed a heart-shaped tealight holder on one of the coasters, and framed a piece of Valentine’s Day scrapbook paper.

Valentine's Day decor

Valentine's Day candle

Valentine's Day art

Heart shaped tealight holder


And that’s it! A little bit of love in a few corners of the house to make it feel warm and fuzzy. Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day?

All the heart eyes!

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