Valentine Decor

I'm getting some of my Valentine decorations done and will be linking to several parties. Thanks to all the ladies who host the fun parties so we can share!
The vignette above is in the living room.

This etched cloche displays red roses and two little birds made with music notes.

The sheet music is from an old hymnal, Love Divine, All Loves Excelling.

The white figurine was a gift from a friend a few years ago.

The black wire tray behind the cloche ties it all together.

The key is symbolic of "Key to my heart!"

The vignette below is in the family room:

I used the little girl bust next to the terrarium

I think she is so pretty!
A red rose and tiny flowers decorate the book display

I keep this wire basket on the table and change it with seasons. The red glass ornaments are displayed on the shredded red tinsel.

A favorite Valentine is displayed inside the terrarium with candles and two red lovebirds, can you see the tiny birds in front of the big candle?
Do you save your Valentines from years past? I can never throw them away!

The red valentine decor add a nice touch to the earth tones in the family room!

I add sparkly hearts in with flowers already displayed (below:

I always use this large heart ornament on the mirror on the hall tree in the foyer:
But I change the vignette each year on the tabletop of the hall tree. This is what I have this year:

I always like to use this plaque at the front door, and I also use on my blog banner:

I hold my breath each year when I hang this big glass heart, I'm so afraid it may fall on the marble top, or the ceramic tile on the floor!! Yikes!!

This year I made the tabletop a little more simple:

The top of the mirror is also decorated with red silk flowers:

A warm welcome into our home!

I'll have more Valentine Decor soon, please return!

I'm linking to the following parties:

Marty's Table Top Tuesday
Kim's Wow Us Wednesday, click on their names for lots of inspiration.
The Tablescaper's Seasonal Sunday!
Sue's Rednesday

Frenchy Vignette

I've been working on my Valentine vignettes, but didn't finish so wasn't going to join in the Tabletop Tuesday this time, then I remembered it's Marty's 100th post party, so I quickly took some pictures of a vignette I haven't shown yet. It isn't a Valentine vignette, I hope to have those next week! This pretty "Emilie" plate was found at Home Goods. The fleur de lis clock from Hobby Lobby, and the keys from T.J. Maxx.
Congratulations, Marty on the 100th anniversary!
Thanks also, to Marty for hosting, click on her name for lots of inspiration!
I'm also linking to Kim's Wow Us Wednesday, click on her name for lots of fun!


New Vignettes

I'm joining Marty's Table Top Tuesday today. Thanks, Marty for hosting so we can share. Click on her name for lots more fun!
I'm slowly getting my tabletops done after taking away the Christmas decorations. (Note, the key word here is slowly!!)

The pretty bird is left over from Christmas. I decided I like it so much I would use it year round instead of just for Christmas. I bought it at Hobby Lobby before Christmas at half price.

This vase also came from Hobby Lobby, but the wire tray behind it was from T.J. Maxx, both were very inexpensive!
This vignette is on the end table beside the settee in the living room.
I'm enjoying it!

Another tabletop is in our family room, on top of my large curio cabinet.

Last year I used this gold mercury glass bowl in front of the wire tray, but wanted a change.
It goes nicely with this candlestick and little bird:

Two new vignettes, but using other things used in the past, only in a different way.

I'll tell you a little secret - I had another vase of flowers here, but last week I decided to use it as the centerpiece for the tablescape I did! Click here to see that vase!

I hope you enjoyed seeing my newest vignettes!

I need to get busy and create more table tops! Anybody else having a hard time getting new tabletops done? I've even "lost" a few things that I put away before Christmas! Anybody else do that? I know they are here somewhere, I just need to find them! LOL!

I'm also linking to Kathy, A Delightsome Life, Home and Garden party, click on her name for lots of inspiration!