What's RED and White and VINTAGE all over?
My kitchen window, all dressed up for Valentines day!
After I took all the Christmas decorations down, my kitchen window looked so bare, I decided to decorate it for Valentines Day.
I bought the little white tree and the cupcake and pink bird ornaments at Wal Mart before Christmas. I cut the little hearts out of felt with my Sizzix and added some cute little buttons. I added a few vintage Valentines to an old heart shaped candy box. For the Cupids at the top of the window, I used a vintage poster board Cupid and traced it onto some sparkly scrapbook paper.
I added the same little hearts to the "LAUGH" that I bought in the dollar section at Target and added a string of them to the little snowgirl. I suspended some vintage Valentines from the top of the window and tucked one under the arm of the little skiing snowman.
The window makes me smile every time I walk in the kitchen and now I'm already planning a St. Patrick's Day theme and a theme for Easter.
I'll be linking this post to:
REDnesday at It's a Very Cherry World
Vintage Thingie Thursday at Colorado Lady
And Alphabe Thursday for the Letter R at Jenny Matlocks
that is a very sweet Valentines Winter vignette...Thanks for sharing,MicaReplyDelete
Nane, that would make me smile every time, too! It is adorable! I love the white tree. So cute.ReplyDelete
HA! I just knew you'd be doing something valentine-y in your kitchen window! Love your little white tree, and how the cupids with the garland frame it all out. It's so sweet!ReplyDelete
I LOVE how nice and deep your kitchen window is. It's so Perfect for your Winter Valentine Display! LOVE IT!!! I have a little German tree that has ONLY RED Lights on it in one of my windows.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your charming window scene.
Have a wonderful week,
I love what you did here and you have given me an idea for my beautiful velvet heart shaped box I totally forgot about that. I can put some Valentines on it like you did, very cute.ReplyDelete
Looks great, I can see that it would make you smile-enjoy:@)ReplyDelete
What a great place to cheer you up while doing dishes. I love the sweetheart tree.ReplyDelete
You did a nice job going from Christmas decorations right into Valentine. Looks very pretty.ReplyDelete
seeing that must make it easier to clean the kitchen!ReplyDelete
It sure did make me Smile! What a fun place to do the dishes! Really Red, too!ReplyDelete
what a wonderful tree. Looks great for Valentine's day.ReplyDelete
Lovely V-day decorations.. sure lights up one's day viewing it.ReplyDelete
I love the decorated tree. The whole window looks great!ReplyDelete
Nan, you are just a marvel! A Valentine tree! What a great idea.ReplyDelete
Wow, how festive!ReplyDelete
You sure do have the holiday spirit! Your blog is even beautifully decorated. What a happy place to visit today-thank you!ReplyDelete
Best wishes always,
Very pretty and sweet :)ReplyDelete
Love the Valentine tree! I am your newest follower.ReplyDelete
Susan and Bentley
I love the little hearts with buttons. Too cute!ReplyDelete
I'm feelin' it!ReplyDelete
Adorable, I love it!ReplyDelete
I love the white tree! I have a tree in my family room that I usually just decorate for Christmas, but maybe it needs to become a Valentine Tree?ReplyDelete
Nan! I made your famous window display! I am so honored! I love that you have this space to transform for the holidays. I got your Valentine too, and am just thrilled to pieces with it! I love that we both chose kittens. Like minds! I wish you the very best Valentine's Day Nan, you are such a sweet person! ElizabethReplyDelete
I love your Valentine Decor !ReplyDelete
Happy Valentine's Day !
Love this one too in case I forgot to tell you but then again your Window is always my favorite of you post pic'! I look forward to the next holidays and your window! Hugs MarilouReplyDelete
What a sweet and romantic link for Alphabe-Thursday's letter "R".ReplyDelete
Love all your clever decorating ideas.
Such a fun and happy visit you shared with us this week!
I'm still smiling.
I am so sorry. The post above is from me...not Angela. Somehow my daughter signed into her google account here and I can't get it to switch back.ReplyDelete
I need to re-boot my computer but now, somehow, I can't even delete that comment.
Anyway...the message (and A+ above) is from me, Jenny.
What cute Valentines day stuff! I love the background of your blog too!ReplyDelete