Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Love is in the Air- A Valentine's Day to Adore! And, our giveaway winner is...

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Yes, I know.  Valentine's Day is a totally made up holiday exploited by greeting card and chocolate candy companies.  Yet for many of us with children, it's a good excuse for some super-cheesy ways to express our adoration for the little monkeys.  But, I do want to qualify this statement by saying that this is NOT a full-on license for tacky.

Since February will be here in just a few days, I decided to get a jump start with a little tasteful, pin-spiration.

First things first.  No self-respecting, southern woman wants to be caught dead without a wreath on her door (said by a currently wreathless woman--eek! the horror!)  I will never forget a midwestern transplant friend of mine telling me that they only have a wreath on the door if someone dies--really?? Not here sister! Welcome to the South!

Look at these cute door decorations--

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A more colorful version of the tulip wreath pictured above.

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Some of these examples are pricy if you buy them but maybe some DIY-ers can make their own more affordable version!


Another cute idea that I'm definitely gonna be jumping on TODAY!

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Here's another idea but I'm pretty sure this won't end well in my house.  Either the candy will melt or the kids will be grabbing a snack every 2 minutes.

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OK, you had me at pillows. Holiday pillows? ...let me get my hands on some of these lovelies.

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Do you have any holiday decorating ideas to share?  Leave us a comment below!  We LOVE hearing from each of you.



Last, but not least...our giveaway winner is...... Maya Yarbrough.  Girly, get on the hotline and claim your prize!  Thank you to everyone who commented and "liked" Twinkle Star Gifts!  We sure do appreciate your support.  Stay tuned for more giveaways!

2 comments:

  1. Congratulations, Maya!(my favorite DIL!) Catherine, I have a DIY version of the multicolor tulips on my door now. So easy! The tulips were $2 a bunch at Michaels and I used a basket instead of the pail.

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  2. Ooh! I'm going to Michaels and doing it! That was my favorite "pinspiration" but the prices were $70+!! Thanks for the tip! And thanks a ton for reading!

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