I never really care for the typically Valentine decor probably because I like to make most of my things.
Although I have tons of holiday decor I love creating new things.
 This year, I found something that can be used all year long. I wasn’t sure how I would use it.
I decided to use it in a tablescape.
So I started with a little color
…and a little LOVE!
I found this awesome blackboard and chicken wire board at Old Time Pottery. I knew this would be something I could use over and over again. I used pink and black colors. I figured I could use this in my office redo when I am through. I love the chalkboard and I wanted to do a sweet quote on it.
Valentine’s Day is about love. So I thought it would be appropriate to write…
“and the greatest is love”
 
because it really is isn’t it?
 
love became the main word so I created a banner with ribbon and letters
The letters I actually got from a foam puzzle. Yes, you heard right. Little trick!
I used a permanent marker and colored over the foam
(Hint: when you are done using the letters the board becomes a stencil)
then glued it to the top of the ribbon to spell out L O V E and tied it to the chicken wire
 I added a love note to a bottle using tissue paper and made a message in a bottle
I rolled the tissue paper in a tube and pinch and unfolded layers to look like a rose.
This becomes my Valentine card in this pretty crackled glass bottle
I added this all to my table along with other decor from Old Time Pottery
Festive and colorful! Isn’t it?
Now I need to come up with a dinner plan!
 As you can see I didn’t forget the chocolate.
Hope you are surrounded by lots of love!
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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Written by DreamingInColor
Deneen is the owner/designer for her business Dreamingincolor located in Historic Murfreesboro, TN where she showcases her furniture, DIY's and artistic creations that she writes about on her design blog Dreamingincolor. She has always had a passion for thinking outside the box and creating something affordable and beautiful.

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