Valentine Decorations for Your PorchThink valentine porch decor in February. Even if you live in snow country, adding some outdoor valentines decorations to your porch will make it festive for this love-filled holiday. If you're not especially enthralled with Valentine Day, see our take on it.
Sometimes just a touch of red - a pretty wreath, a small red pillow, a banner or wall art - is all that you need to say "Happy Valentine's Day" on your porch.
Valentine Decorations: Perfect for February
Shared by Garden Artist with us. This is her parent's porch.While this porch is perfect for year round, the bright reds are lovely for Valentine's Day.
We saw this adorable porch while on a trip to California at Valentine's Day time. The colors and details are truly gorgeous. See the purple heart-shaped wreath at the front door?
Our Valentine Porch
We love hearts here!We love to put a bit of red on our porch for Valentine Day. This time of year any bits of color simply pop and bring cheer.
Our Valentine wall artDave joined cedar fence slats together for the foundation of our wall art. I drew a couple of nice-sized "wonky" hearts on the fence slats with pencil and Dave cut them out.
Then we put a felt-covered piece of masonite behind it and voila! Beautiful red heart wall art!
A Valentine decoration for our table
Our Valentine front doorWe added some red fabric ties to our green eucalyptus wreath and it feels like a touch of Valentine.
Our Valentine wreathHere you can see a close-up of the red and white "heart" fabric that we tied onto the wreath. Adds just a bit of cheerful red.
Our Valentine wall artMary painted this sunshine-y heart and flowers with acrylic paints onto thin hardboard. Valentine decorations can be simple and easy while brightening up our porches in the wintry month of February.
Fresh Ways to Think of Valentine's Day
We've found that many people aren't excited about Valentine's Day. Truly understandable! This day can be bittersweet for many, but what if we thought of it in a whole new way?
How about celebrating friendships - anyone whom we love and care about. For example, our neighbors, the clerk at the grocery store, our mail carrier, our best friends.
Valentine's Day can be a time to honor them with small tokens of appreciation. A thank you note, a cute card, a simple bouquet of flowers or a couple of frosted cookies. Even taking a few moments to check on their day is truly kind.
Maybe you want to do something nice for yourself on Valentine's day. Read that book, treat yourself to something, take time for yourself.
Each of us has a community of people who would appreciate us being there, pitching in and showing up.
While Valentine's Day may not seem like a holiday for everyone, it can become more fun and meaningful if we think of it in fresh new ways.
And by the way, we are super grateful for you.
Karen's Valentine DecorationsOur thanks to Karen L., of New Hampshire, for allowing us to show you her beautifully decorated Valentines enclosed front porch. See what a little love can do!
Can't help but love Karen's cozy Valentine setting and decorations
A really nice way to display Valentine quilts and other pretty decor.
Note the conversation starters like the antiques sign and table lamp
The stuffed animals and Karen's cute cat add a whimsical appeal
It all makes for a very appealing Valentine's Day Front PorchWe hope you can use some of Karen's ideas for your own front porch Valentine's Day celebration.
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