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Show Your Love at Home

January 14, 2016

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to spread the love around your home through decor and personalized valentines. These ideas can be adapted to your favorite color combinations and showcase your loved ones.

HM-Love-Tile-banner

This first project uses coasters designed in Studio and enhanced with a few traditional products (I used the word Love from the Family, Home, Love, letter tiles). The Baker’s twine, felt hearts, XOXO chipboard heart, and red pearls are from Anthology by Lisa Bearnson. The scalloped Love sticker and two tags are from Our Memories from Life. The two tags are stickers that I removed the stickiness on the back with cornstarch (you can also use baby powder).

HM You Are Valentine print

11 x 14 prints are a fun and easy way to decorate. You can frame them for your wall, display as is on an easel, or use magnets to attach to your fridge. And that’s just a few options. This print has an added bonus – it needs no customizing! Just open it in Studio, publish it, and order. Voila!

HM Sweet Metal Print

Metal prints are a beautiful and unique way to display your favorite photos. This metal print is frilly and pretty and let’s the photo be the main focus. The bracket shape gives this project a hint of sophistication.

HM Love Canvas

This simple canvas is striking with the pop of red and perfect for expressing your love. Plus, you can customize it with your names. If you’d like, you can change the phrases to things that have special meaning in your relationship. Or use it as is and enjoy a classic piece to decorate your home.

HM 365 Days card

How often do you give cards to your spouse, parents, or other adults in your life? Well Valentine’s Day isn’t just for the young-at-heart and this leaf die-cut card combines a photo with a sweet sentiment. Include a photo of you and the loved one you’re sending the card to for a special touch.

What are you creating to decorate your home with love? Check back next week when we share ideas for valentine cards for kids.

– StacyC