Vintage Valentines Around the Home

February 12th, 2015 in blog     
PlentyPlace Kerry Messer, contributor
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Believe it or not, the ink tape on this old Underwood still works, but I went with a huge font to make sure the message was clear.
I found this pair of racquets for $2.50 while out junkin . Ive been waiting months to repurpose them for Valentines Day. =)
This Love Mantle has 4 cozy couples snuggled up by the fire.
Every Valentines Day is improved with some Jane Austen, right?
 
This L-O-V-E banner was created with a scrap of vintage lace, pages from a tattered hymnal, and a set of old stencils.
Deer me, I cant resist puns.
A well-loved bushel basket makes for a sweet invitation to cuddle beside the fire.
Who can resist cozying up beside the fire with some cocoa?
Heres to a sweet Valentines Day!
Believe it or not, the ink tape on this old Underwood still works, but I went with a huge font to make sure the message was clear.

Believe it or not, the ink tape on this old Underwood still works, but I went with a huge font to make sure the message was clear.


Home is where the heart is, so we're spreading some Valentine's TLC throughout the house using some junky vintage goodness.

 


posted in: blog, seasonal, vintage, tabletop, centerpiece, wood, cottage, country, whimsical, family room, frame, dining room, basket, red, letters

Comments (2)

PlentyPlace writes: Aww, you're sweet. Have a great Valentine's Day, friend!

Kerry Posted: 7:38 am on February 13th
suewhitney writes: Hi Kerry,

I am having a hard time deciding which one is my favorite so I am picking them a lll. Can I come to your home for Valentine's Day?! So darn adorable!

Happy Valentine's Day,
Sue Posted: 8:47 am on February 12th
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