Valentine's with pink and aqua

It all started with me crushin' on this image from the Graphics Fairy.


It inspired a whole Valentine's tabletop done in aqua and pink.


I used a heart punch on two pieces of scrapbook paper.
A soft blue page covered with lovely script and
a pale pink page with darker pink swirls.


I bought a piece of ruffly trim to form the base of my garland.
I then used a scrapbooking product called Zots to adhere the hearts onto the trim.
Zots are super sticky so the hearts will stay up, but I can remove them later if I want.


I also scattered the hearts on the tabletop.


I made tissue paper pom poms by cutting out circles of tissue paper.
I then stuck three circles onto a stryofoam ball using stick pins.
The colors are showing up darker in the photo than they actually are.


Some pale pink flowers in my postcard pots.


I was too cheap to go buy new white pillar candles so I covered some candles I had in white tissue paper.
I then glued on the beautiful cupid image.


My blackboard with part of one of our families favorite verses.
Proverbs 3:5


I also taped some hearts onto the back of the tags I put on these baskets at Christmas time.
Much to my surprise my toddler never pulled the tags off the baskets!
Shocking!


I don't use much blue in the house, but I'm really enjoying the color combo of blue with pink.


Sending my *love* to all of you!







My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia









19 comments:

  1. the candles are a great idea!

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  2. Don't you love the "Graphics Fairy"? Such amazing clip art! Your little V-day vignette is so cute! Love the Chalkboard and verse, too! I really want to make one of these chalkboards. I can't find the right sized frame or the right price... I'm cheap :) ~Michelle
    xo

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  3. Why thank you! Love the hearts too!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  4. it's fun to think 'out of the box'. Good for you!

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  5. I so love that blackboard (and what it says!) A favorite saying of ours too! Love the bench with the baskets! Love the hearts...I pretty much just love it all!! =) It's great to open up a blog and just get so excited as you're scrolling down!!! Thank you for sharing!!! =)

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  6. What a pretty heart garland! I love the soft pastel colors! :) I've used the Basil dish washing soap before. Yes, TJ Maxx and Marshalls (I have a Marshalls close) is a great place to find things and Mrs. Meyer's, too. Once I found a whole Gingerbread cleaning kit by MM for like $4. I've found Martha Stewart punches and her craft line clearanced out there also! Oh I can relate - I have one wall in my dining room that has circles drawn on it with clear nail polish. I have flat paint and it is very hard to get marks off my walls - magic eraser just strips away the paint. They did that nauty teamwork together about 1.5 years.. but they are listening better now. I have that same exact thermostat on my wall, hee hee - at least it's white! ;) Take good care!
    Hugs,
    Lara

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  7. A perfect Valentine vignette! :)

    Love your blog. I'm following now... I'll be back. :)

    ~Liz

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  8. I have zero Valentine decos up. :( I just can't seem to get into it- too many other projects going on I guess! But I think you may have inspired me. All of your stuff is just adorable. (and do-able!) :)
    Love the banners and your chalkboard!

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  9. It looks so pretty Lisa! I adore you garland, so cute! I love the image from Graphics Fairy and how you wrapped it around the candle! What a sweet thing to see when you come in your home. :)

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  10. Heart it!..this is wonderful, I'm not a real crafty kinda gal, but I think I would love to do this.
    ~Jo
    LazyonLoblolly

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  11. I have not put a single valentine decoration up this year. We will be out of town so I'll just enjoy looking at yours. Everything looks wonderful!
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  12. oh my, i love the vignette and the chalkboard, what a great idea! I enjoy looking at the photos and it inspires me! thanks for sharing!

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  13. I really like your garland and the vintage cupid image on the candles. Great job! And happy pink Saturday.

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  14. You did a lovely job. Everything goes so well together especially that verse.

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  15. Oh I love LOVE! Particularly when it is pink.

    Happy hearts day to you and yours.

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  16. Your garland is soooo pretty. Happy PS!
    Roselle

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  17. I love your garland!! Very beautiful. Wonderful scripture you chose, and the chalk heart is too cute. Very pretty. Thanks so much for adding it to The Valentines Party, I hope you had a wonderful Valentines Day!

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