Decorating a home for Valentine’s Day can be difficult; you want it to be tasteful without it looking like a bottle of Pepto Bismol exploded in your living room. I’ve assembled some of my favorite home decor projects that are tasteful and pretty, and would make a perfect addition to your Valentine’s Day decorating. I have a bit of a colorful personality, so one of my favorites was this Valentine’s Day bunting found at Crap I’ve Made (I adore the LOVE canvas as well!). Which one is the most your style? Click through the jump to see, and then let me know!
Simple Sign 1 of 11I love the beauty of this simple sign, painted, distressed and then personalized with decals. What a great gift idea for a couple's first Valentine's Day!
Learn how it was made at Lil Mop Top
Polka Heart 2 of 11A pretty polka dot pillow makes a cute accent, with intermediate sewing skills required. This pillow also makes the perfect V-Day gift for a mother, sister or best friend.
Get the tutorial at Sweet Rose Studio
String Art 3 of 11If you can hammer nails and wind string, then you can make this unique "Love" sign. This sign would be perfect to give to a friend with a flair for modern decor.
Find the how-to at Que Linda
Embroidery Hoops 4 of 11Make fun V-Day wall decor with leftover fabric, felt and embroidery hoops. You can also tie a smaller one onto a box of chocolates and give as a gift.
See the tutorial at Mod Podge Rocks
Love Mantel 5 of 11Use printable elements and personal pictures to create a beautiful love tree display. To turn this tree into the perfect teacher's gift, add handwritten notes from each student to the branches.
Find out how it came together at Home Stories A2Z
Subway Art 6 of 11This super-sized subway art features a stenciled background and vinyl letter messages. You could easily make one as a gift for your whole family, commemorating special times and places in your lives.
Learn how it was done at Tatertots and Jello
XO Tealights 7 of 11Cute V-Day table scatter hot glued to tealights makes a fun addition to any decor. These votives would also be a sweet gift to give to children along with conversation hearts or chocolate.
Find the step-by-step at Always Expect Moore
Branch Wreath 8 of 11Get the natural look with a door wreath made with tree branches glued to a wood backing.
See how it was made at Pretty Handy Girl
Love Display 9 of 11All it takes to make this display are some dollar frames and stickers, making it a great idea for a gift giver on a budget.
Learn how to do it yourself at I Will Craft
Red Topiary 10 of 11This pretty topiary was made by glue tons of crepe paper rosettes to a foam ball. Give with candies and a card as a special alternative to standard floral bouquets.
Find the step-by-step at Classy Clutter
Apothecary Jars 11 of 11Simple apothecary jars look great on a mantle with the addition of seasonally appropriate candies. To give as a gift, fill with the recipient's favorite sweet treats.
Visit the post at Creative Designs
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