A "Lovely" Interior for Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is in a few short days! If you haven't thought about decorating yet, get ready! I'm here with few quick decorating tips when your on the fly! Plus, I have an easy dessert planned for you too! Can't forget the sweets :) Decorate in main areas, especially near the entry so you can surprise your honey when they come home :) I like to hang a Valentine's Day wreath on the front door.

Light a few red candles on a decorative tray or charger. Fill clear jars with Valentine's Day sweets such as m&m's, jelly beans, red hots, or even conversation hearts. It is a great way to add color to your table or mantle.

For a more sophisticated look, place faux branches of red berries in a vase for some color. You can add these nearly anywhere: an entry table, mantle, or use a center piece for your dining room table.

Speaking of dining tables, it is time to create a romantic place setting. Add a table runner, candle sticks, and a floral arrangement in the center to balance. Add red ribbon around the head chairs and sprinkle a few rose petals on the table for an extra touch.

For dessert, pick up strawberries and some chocolate chips to make Valentine's Day Sweet Heart Cabobs. Slice the strawberries into hearts by cutting out a triangle at top-middle. Melt your chocolate chips and dunk your strawberries slices in the chocolate. Slide the heart-shaped slices onto the cob, arrange on  a plate, and your done!

Don't have enough time to run to the store? Make some hot cocoa and use a heart-shaped cookie cutter (or knife gently) to poke out a heart in a large marshmellow.

Enjoy your Valentine's Day with your loved ones everyone!

Much love,


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