French Valentine Décor

Hello everyone, today I’m sharing our French Valentine décor in our hutch. 

Today, I am also taking part in a Valentine’s Blog Hop hosted by Kippi from Kippi At Home.
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I filled the hutch with red/white and pink/white transferware. These pieces work especially well to celebrate Valentine’s day.

In addition to the transferware, my father-in-laws William Shakespeare sonnets add a bit of romantic history.

Florentine is a favorite of mine, you can read about it in this post.   I received Florentine shaped heart as a gift from this Etsy shop  is a perfect addition to our French Valentine décor.

The Florentine heart mirror, crown, plasterware bust and Florentine tray add romantic elegance to the hutch.

A Heart Craft I Made Was Added to the Hutch

I purchased a paper Mache heart from Factory Direct Crafts   This is a fun project which also adds romance and texture.

First, I cut self stick moss into two strips and began covering the heart, making sure they were pressed well.  So then, I added two small squares to fill in the sides of the heart.

Roses are particularly a favorite for Valentine’s day. So then, after the moss, I added clear Elmer’s glue and sprinkled dried rose petals on top to dry. 

Adding Candles is Romantic 

I added a battery operated flameless candle  to an antique pink teacup for an additional romantic touch.

I hope you enjoyed seeing our hutch for Valentine’s day.  Do you decorate for Valentine’s day?

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Hello, my name is Cindy and welcome to Cloches & Lavender. I enjoy making our house a home with antiques and thrifted finds. Antiques are used as my staples in my dcor to remain on a budget. I will often upcycle pieces with paint to make them new again. I enjoy DIYs

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