Subtle Valentine’s Day Mantel

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Subtle Valentine's Day Mantel

 As a general rule, I’m not a fan of overtly holiday-ish decor so I put together a simple and subtle Valentine’s Day mantel. Here’s a basic details on how it came together:

  • The candlesticks are ones I already had, but I painted the big frame with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Provence and it’s crazy how perfectly it matches the blue of the wood candlesticks.
  • The big vase is one I snagged from my mother-in-law who was throwing out a ton of vases. I simply painted it with Mod Podge and sprinkled glitter all over it.
  • The peonies I got 50% off at Hobby Lobby.
  • Finally, the “love” picture in the frame is one of the free Valentine’s Day printables I shared a few weeks ago. I simply painted some glue on the top heart and added a touch of gold glitter.
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Free Valentine's Day Printables

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Subtle Valentine's Day Mantel

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    Melanie LaDue says:

    The TEAL….is my fave! I love this mantel! I’d love for you to come link up at Skip The Housework Saturday, live now! http://www.reasonstoskipthehousework.com/skip-housework-saturday/

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