SNS 174 – it’s all about Valentines

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Happy upcoming Valentine’s Day to all! Have you been busy getting your house ready with all things hearts? Here’s a few that caught my eye in the last two SNS’s…

rustic-mulsin-valentine-wreath-by-White-Lace-Cottage-featured-on-Funky-Junk-Interiors

Rustic muslin valentine wreath by White Lace Cottage

This scrappy styled heart is so pretty, and is year around friendly!

Recycled-paper-heart-wreath-by-Creating-a-Life-featured-on-Funky-Junk-Interiors

Recycled paper heart wreath by Creating A Life

Ditto to this beauty, created out of shredded paper! Genius!

Paper-heart-art-by-Renew-Create-Restore-featured-on-Funky-Junk-Interiors

Pallet heart art, by Renew, Create, Restore

Be my pallet wood valentine?! OK!!! How fun!

Painter's-drop-cloth-hearts-by-It's-All-Connected-featured-on-Funky-Junk-Interiors

Rustic painter’s drop cloth hearts, by It’s All Connected

I adore how these painter’s drop cloth hearts were personalized. They’re so cute strung up as a garland! Click above to see.

Coffee-sack-lavender-hearts-by-Dreaming-In-Color-featured-on-Funky-Junk-Interiors

Coffee sack lavender hearts, by Dreaming In Color

Coffee sacks, I do love you so.. and even more so as a lavender sachet.

Make-rustic-valentines-by-Funky-Junk-Interiors-featured-on-FOLK-Magazine's-blog

Make Rustic Valentines, by Funky Junk Interiors, featured on FOLK Magazine’s blog

A rustic home gets easy to make rustic valentines… by yours truly.

50-lovely-ways-to-decorate-for-Valentine's-Day!

And here’s a collection of 50+ valentines, curated by me from HomeTalk!

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Got any cool valentines to share?

Link them up in this weekend’s 3rd themed linkup!

Upcoming themes

to be announced

Related features you may enjoy:

SNS party themes on Pinterest

SNS party highlights on Pinterest (you!)

How to link up to a link party

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1. DIY home projects only pretty please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog.

2. Please link back to the party (text or button) within your post. See BUTTONS under main blog header. Those that link back will have a chance to be featured.

3. Only projects new to SNS please. The themed linkup is an exception.

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  1. I’m not usually much for Valentine’s Day decorating, but I’m thinking I need to make some hearts now. I love the collection you’ve highlighted. Thanks for providing us with another great weekend party!
    Liz

  2. Your burlap heart sitting on the typewriter is so rustic Valentines…love it! Thanks for always being such a gracious hostess every week!

    Enjoy your weekend:-)

    xoxo
    Kathleen

  3. I love all the Valentine’s decor I have seen lately, but most of it is not my style. Valentine’s made from junque and other recycled yumminess? Yes please!! Looking at it was like conversation heart candy for my eyes. Happy Weekend! -K

  4. Thanks so much for hosting! I have not gotten into the Valentine decorating this year for some reason? I need to get my act in gear. I have a project that I gathered all of the supplies for, you have inspired me to finish it today! Life to the full, Melissa

  5. Thanks for the chance to link up…this is my first time visiting!

    I’m hosting my Homemaking Linkup Weekend and would love to have you join, if you’d like!

    Have a great day!
    Mrs. Sarah Coller

  6. Hi Donna,
    I just picked up the most wonderful rusty large old chandelier but it is one of those that you look at and say this could be something fabulous beyond a chandelier. ” I wonder what Donna would do?” I couldn’t convince you to do a monthly post like that could I? Meanwhile I will just have to sit here and figure it out.
    Hugs
    Becky

  7. Thanks so much for hosting Donna! I always share food posts, but because I do it here, then I get to scope out all the other beautiful projects. I always learn something and ADORE your blog.