Tuesday, January 25, 2011

A Bit of Red Here and There

I have been working on some valentine decorations for the last couple of days.  I know better a little late than never.

This first thing is a wreath I began on Saturday.  I decided I could make it cheaper than I could buy one and wouldn't you know I didn't get enough roses.  They were 2 bunches for $3.00 on Sat.  On Monday when I went back to Michaels, they were back to $2.99 for each.  There went my so called bargain.

This is just some simple little items that I grouped for a centerpiece, but I am sure I'll change it up during the next few days.  I always do.


Here you can see the edge of the table with the wreath in progress when I ran out of roses.  I don't know why but I never remember or think to take before pictures.  About the time I finish a project, I think why didn't I take before pictures.  Oh well, maybe someday!

And now, here is a little vignette on the mantle, just some simple little candles, a tiny cloche and a bargain red decoration, tree, pyramid, whatever, from Big Lots for $.80.


And now, here is the finished wreath project, so sorry for the flash, however, it was too dark to take these photos without the flash.



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6 comments:

marie said...

Your Valentines decorations are so festive! Love the tiny bear under the cloche.
I'm visiting from Rednesday ~ thanks for sharing your pretty RED decor!

craftyles said...

Loving the Valentine centerpiece. So festive!

LV said...

I loe all your red creations.

Tammy @BeatriceBanks said...

Just found your lovely blog! I'm your newest follower and would be delighted to have you follow me back. Looks like you are all ready for Valentines. And pecan waffles are my favorite! Sounds good even for dinner tonight! hmmm...

~~Carol~~ said...

That wreath is beautiful, no matter what it cost to make! Love all of your touches of valentine red around your house!
Happy REDnesday!
Carol

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Very pretty! You did a wonderful job.