Monday, February 6, 2012

Valentine's mantel reveal

I finally got my garland finished and hung on the mantel this past weekend, so now I can finally reveal the whole mantel to you. Every project seems to be done just a few minutes here and a few minutes there, so it takes me a while.




On the left I used my heart specimen art, plate, and one of the rose balls from last year.


On the right side I used the framed fuzzy heart, and the same books and candle holders you saw in my everyday mantel. I swapped out the bean filler for some red foam filler from Dollar Tree.


I made two garlands. One is made with heart doilies topped with punched hearts. I inked the edges of the punched hearts to make them "pop" a little more. The other garland is made with pom poms. The pom pom garland is easy to do. Just thread some dental floss on a needle and run it through the pom poms.


I like this year's version of the mantel better than last years. Do  you decorate your mantel for Valentine's Day? This is only my second time.

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8 comments:

  1. Your mantle looks fabulous! Everything ties together so perfectly!

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  2. So cute! I love all the bright reds and pinks. Lovin' the pom poms!! Would love you to stop by and link up at Friday Frolic!!

    http://www.karismaheartsavannah.blogspot.com/2012/02/friday-frolic-13.html

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  3. Love your mantel!!!!!

    I hope you'll link this up to our first ever linky party! Party just started!
    http://www.classyclutter.blogspot.com/2012/02/spotlight-saturday-1-our-first-linky.html

    -Mallory @ Classy Clutter

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  4. Garlands are so fun!!! very cute! new visitor ~nancy~ ps. come share on my link party every Tuesday :)

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  5. so nice!! I love hearts!!
    you can see my valentine post here:

    http://lacasitadmaria.blogspot.com/2012/02/semana-de-san-valentin-valentines-week.html

    maria from spain!!!

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  6. Cute display! Really loving those hurricane glass candle holders with the foam filler!

    http://fitcraftystylishandhappy.blogspot.com/

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