The sun popped out this weekend and it put me in the mood to get a little Valentine’s Day decorating done. So I’m sharing this Valentine’s Day kitchen wreath that I got finished today. It has been a cold and rainy January, and I have to admit that I didn’t really feel like doing much of anything in regards to decorating. In fact, after putting all the Christmas decorations away, we were actually enjoying the clean and bare look for a while. How about you?
One of the things that I did leave up was this wreath in the kitchen. During Christmas it served as a base for my gingerbread wreath that you can see in this post: CHRISTMAS KITCHEN. If you remember, this was an old, outdoor wreath that had faded. I spray painted it white, and it actually turned out better than I expected! You can only see a little of the original green color if you look closely.
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But the real reason I left up this wreath is that I planned to reuse all those black and white hearts that I made last year! You can see how I used them last year in this post: CHICKEN WIRE HEART ON THE CHALKBOARD. The little wooden tags were made last year, too.