Valentine Vignette

First, I would like to thank Dollar Tree, Ikea, Target and Michael’s for being the real MVP’s of this vignette. Seriously, can’t do anything without you. You inspire me, you…. complete me. You take my money but that is ok. I have no self control. That isn’t your fault. You can’t be blamed.

Ok, I had to get the thank you’s out of the way. It is award season on t.v.(Golden Globes) and thank you speeches are trending. Just be glad I didn’t pull out the formal dress. Anyway, I have been showing you all of the crafty crafts each day that completed this vignette and now it is here-in its entirety! My craft mission is to show you easy, less expensive ways to decorate for the holidays, the seasons, or for parties. Sometimes, if you are like me, you see something you love on a blog, Pinterest, social media only to find out it is way to expensive to create in your own home. Well, not here sister! YOU can totally do this Valentine Vignette!!!

Let’s break it down.

The garland

The pink, blue and white fuzzy one was a after Christmas Michael’s sale find for $5 and the white one was a Target Dollar Spot find for $3.

They hang draped over my Valentine Hoop DIY that I shared here.

The Blue and red felt envelopes were a Target Dollar Spot find a couple of years ago. Perfect to keep your Valentine’s in.

Surrounding them is my Valentine Sign Upcycle that I shared here. My Ikea Valentine Wreath that I shared here and my Valentine Clock DIY shared here.

The Wood Love sign on the table came from Dollar Tree. I painted it and added hearts.

Don’t miss out on making the Ikea Heart frames that I shared here! Beside the wooden love sign, I set out some Valentine books. Perfect for bedtime reading for the kids and look cute on the table. Insert function to the table and serving a purpose.

Underneath the table, I added fuzzy heart pillows and a frame. Just for some fun. You might need a little pillow while you are reading bedtime stories. Make it fun! Valentine’s day is only once a year!

If I roughly add up how much I spent on new items, meaning I didn’t own them already or the craft supplies I already had, it would around $29. Not bad for a fun way to get festive this Valentine holiday.

I know it is only January but I wanted to inspire you to create a little Valentine Vignette for your home. You know bloggers are always doing stuff super early so don’t shoot the messenger! Just enjoy and plan your own creations. That is the fun of any holiday. Making those around you happy!

Always remember to Create.Share.Inspire!


I am a craft lovin', Diet coke drinkin' kind of girl! I love glitter and anything leopard print. My passions are crafting, fitness and living a healthy lifestyle and of course my family. The CSI Project believes in the mission to Create, Share and Inspire. When you create and share, you are sure to inspire! Hope you come away from The CSI Project inspired and come back anytime!!!

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