I rediscovered my vintage heart-shaped jello molds when I was organizing our storage room last week, and I decided to use them for a quick Valentine’s Day tablescape.
I can never get enough of styling table settings: I love to think of all the dishes I have, decide which ones will work best, and look out for a few new items.
Putting it all together is my favorite part.
I had a vintage heart-shaped pie tin I had totally forgotten about and put it under the little jewelry holder I used as a candy dish for my tablescape last year as well.
Heart paper doilies are a super simple way to add color or texture to a table setting.
I used the little paper mason jars on the table this year — do you remember the banner I made with them?
How adorable is this vintage Valentine?! The ones they sell nowadays just don’t even get close to these vintage ones.
This tic-tac-toe game is from Target. I used the xoxo banner again on the mantel, just a little differently than last year.
Don hasn’t added the corbels I found at HomeGood to our porch yet, so I have been using them inside the house.
The red wreath, heart with the key, and wood hearts are new from the Christmas Tree Shops. They run around $3 each, which is a good deal.
That’s it: simple Valentine’s Day decor for our Blue Cottage.
Do you make a point to decorate for Valentine’s Day?
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