Valentines Day… do you decorate for it, or not? I’m kind of lazy when it comes to Valentines Day, so the only time I make new Valentine projects is if I find something easy, and it fits in with the rest of my farmhouse decor.
I’ve found one of the easiest ways to decorate for this holiday is to tweak some of my Christmas decorations, and get a little extra mileage out of them.
The DIY Pallet Wood Shelf was really easy to change up. I just added some jars filled with candy corn and some antique skeleton keys to give it a valentine theme.
Another easy project is to use the Image Transfer on Glass method on a painted bottle.
I didn’t even paint a new bottle – I just removed the one I already had on the bottle and replaced it with a red “special delivery” postage stamp image (free printable here). It takes just a few minutes to do.
Soda bottles with red graphics can be turned into Hanging Flower Vases.
Here are even more Valentine Projects!
This Junky “Love” sign by Beyond the Picket Fence is SO cute and fun – it will have you digging through your junk stash to make one of your own!
These Personalized Initial Blocks by The Olde Farmhouse on Windmill Hill are totally my style, with the rusty letters and rustic wood.
If you like decor that’s a bit more primitive, these Primitive Hearts by 1871 Farmhouse may be just your kind of project.
I spotted these burlap Love signs on Etsy, and they look very simple to make.
This Reclaimed Wood Heart sign is another easy idea from Beyond the Picket Fence.
This Chippy Red & White Farmhouse Table via Bringing French Country Home has naturally aged valentine charm, don’t you think?
And check out how Betsy at My Salvaged Treasures made this adorable Rustic Metal Heart.
Here’s a pretty DIY rustic and natural Driftwood Heart by My Creative Days.
These Vintage Linens Hearts by Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson make charming bowl fillers.
Joan at Scavenger Chic has 2 DIY versions of Pallet wood hearts.
Don’t throw out that chocolate’s box – turn it into a Valentine Door Wreath– Bliss Ranch
I would leave these Beadboard Hearts by Simply Country Life up year-round!
I can’t think of a cuter way to repurpose pallet wood and sticks than this Rustic Heart Art by Scavenger Chic!
This Buttons and Burlap Decor by My Thrift Store Addiction is so charming and easy to make.
These Vintage Sheet Music Page Printables have a love theme, and may be perfect for some of your own Valentine projects.
If you have some Valentines projects you’d like to share – I’d love to see them, so link them up below!