It’s fun to decorate for Valentine’s Day, but I can’t really justify dropping a lot of money to do it. My craft projects this week have been inexpensive. (Well, ok, the wreath got a little pricey with the 10 yards of burlap…)
I love to fill my glassware with fun seasonal and holiday decor. For Valentine’s Day I used cupcake liners (left over from Miss L’s birthday), pink striped straws (also left over from the birthday bash), and some adorable inexpensive heart-shaped ornaments from JoAnn.
To make the ribbon/heart loops, I simply looped ribbon around the tops of the canisters, and topped them off with a book page square, under a tissue paper square, with a heart (cut out from an old gift bag) on top! Talk about cheap decorating! 🙂
The Martha Stewert mini cupcake liners (from JoAnn) look so bright and pretty! They make a perfect canister filler!
I used one of my rustic vintage blue mason jars in the arrangement. I love the way the pinks, corals, and reds contrast with the blue!
How do you decorate on the cheap for V-day?
Have a great day! 🙂