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Sunday, February 5, 2017

LOVE FILLED SUNROOM FOR VALENTINES

Valentines in the Sunroom

Our sunroom is celebrating Valentine's Day.

Reproduction Fan shaped Valentine

The fan-shaped Valentine card is a reproduction I ordered several years ago.

Toolbox with Valentine Decor

The tool box keeps paper plates and heart-bordered napkins ready for use.

Valentine needlework

The heart-shaped doily belonged to my grandmother.

Valentine Decor

Vintage and reproduction Valentines fill the shelves.

Bargain Decorating with Laurie Valentine Decor

Decorating for Valentine's Day

Even my Santos doll got into the spirit of love.

Conversataion Heart Tin with Valentine Cards


Glass Heart Box with Conversation Hearts

Obviously, my grandchildren haven't lifted the lid on the glass heart box. If they had, there wouldn't still be conversation hearts inside.

Valentine Decor in the Sunroom

Valentines Displayed in Wood Cheese Box

Nearby, I displayed reproduction cards in a  cheese box.

Valentine from childhood friend

 This Valentine is from my friend, Susie. As you can see, we've been friends a long time. Susie (on the left) and I are petting her cat in this photo.
 
I'm so glad you came by today.
 
 

9 comments:

The French Hutch said...

Hi Laurie, Love seeing all your valentine's in the sunroom. I love how the shelves are filled wit heart plates and the vignette is beautiful with the fan shaped valentine on the stand. Lovely inspiration.
Have a lovely week.........

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

I love all of the vintage Valentines and your decor is so pretty.

Grantham Lynn said...

What a lovely and sweet display. I love the mix of vintage and modern!
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Have a great week.

Sharon Collins said...

I, too bought several of the vintage looking Hallmark cards, plus a few came to live with me about 50 years ago with the hubby. I have a few that I found in a real little consignment shop. I display them in a wire heart shaped card holder that I found about 2 years ago in a another resale place. Now, maybe you can help me with a problem. I found a little tabletop tree that was lit with white lights that simply died. Changing fuses does nothing. The pink tree was my Valentine and Easter tree. I found some pink lights with pink wires, but these lights are spaced so close together that I do not seem to be able to string the lights on the tree. How do you string lights on a holiday tree?

Sarah said...

Lots of love at your home! You have some wonderful vintage valentines, but my favorite is the one of you and Susie. Life long friends from our childhood are a true blessing. I'm still very close to my very best friend fro my childhood. We were inseparable as little girls, but life took us in different directions as adults. We see each other on occasion through the year, and always pick up where we last left. I know you and Susie are the same.
Thanks for sharing the love filled sunroom.

Ginger said...

I love it all, especially the lace picture frame

bj said...

what an awesome post...love all your great valentines...

The Charm of Home said...

You have a great collection of Valentines Laurie!

Shannon @ Belle Bleu Interiors said...

Laurie, your sunroom looks adorable dressed for Valentine's Day. You have such a lovely collection...so pretty!!!