Happy February?! Whether you love or loathe the holiday, Valentine’s Day is an excuse to spread love ❤️ I’m excited to share a few handmade Valentine’s Day decoration pieces I’ve made to help celebrate! I am a true romantic, so I do love this holiday.
I made this LOVE painted bottle decoration set with Rustoleum’s metallic spray paint in gold, stickers, and upcylced kombucha bottles.
This rose gold roses set is upcycled Four Roses Bourbon bottles. I love the shape, glass color and roses detail on these glass bottles! I decided to spray Rustoleum’s copper metallic spray paint just over the raised roses emblem.
This piece vintage inspired piece is made from a spaghetti sauce jar. I used Rustoleum’s metallic in copper for the base and a Martha Stewart stencil and red pearl paint.
This piece is a little different, my first use of chalk paint. I used a light pink FolkArt® Home Decor™ Chalk Paint on an Orangina glass bottle. It took about 5 coats to achieve a saturated finish. I used the pearl red Martha Stewart paint to freehand a large heart. I added the Be Mine detail with a Martha Stewart stencil and a Sharpie® Oil-Based Paint Marker, which I also used to freehand the arrow detail.
I found this fun heart topped mason jar at the Target Dollar Spot! I couldn’t resist it and had to have one. I choose not to paint it, but fill it with fun metallic Valentine’s themed pompoms by Recollections at Michaels.
While shopping at Michaels I of course found a few more treasures like these loose hearts and love arrow sign.
I updated my open display shelving with all these fun Valentine’s day inspired pieces.
So simple, but fun to create 🙂 Thank you so much for reading my post & replying!
It is amazing what we can make with a few burst of creative energy! Thank you so much for reading my post & replying!
Thank you so much for reading my post & replying Jane. I appreciate it 🙂
Right?! I’ve been encouraging mt father to drink more Bourbon so I can have more of the empty bottles.
Thank you Sophie! I was glad to find the festive pompoms at Michaels Craft 🙂 Thank you for reading & replying xo
If you can believe it, this was my first ever use of chalk paint haha! I usually stick to spray paints for glass, but with the cold and wet weather I had to try something else. Thank you for reading and replying!
Right!? I first got the inspiration for upcycling glass when my empty wine bottles began to pile up. I now shop for wines by their bottle type! Thank you so much for reading and replying Tori 🙂
I do have fun creating these 🙂 Crafting is a form of therapeutic release for me! Thank you for reading & replying to my posting Aliza 🙂
Gold has always been my favorite metallic or metal 🙂 Thank you for visiting & replying to my post Ashleigh xo
Thank you so much for reading my post & replying Jennifer 🙂 I appreciate hearing from you.
Wow how gorgeous are these decorations! I love the use of recycling things to create these Valentine inspired decorations.
These Valentine’s Day decorations are so cute. I love the idea of using chalk paint. Great ideas!
I love a good upcycle project! Great way to re-use all the bottles we’re finishing this Winter! : )
What fun decorations! There are a few that I want to make this weekend!
All these Valentine’s day decor ideas look so good! I love the gold vases! Thank you for sharing!
Filling the mason jar with the pom poms is an excellent idea! Looks fabulous!!
I love all of these decorations!!! My favorite is the arrow sign! I can not believe that Valentine’s Day is almost here. This month is already flying by!
These are such cute ideas! We are stuck at home with a snow day today, so this is the perfect day to start crafting for Valentine’s Day!:) Thanks for sharing.
These are all so cute, I especially love the bourbon bottles!
Your Valentine’s Day decorations are so cute. Simple and easy to make & just adorable!!
great job! these are so cute!
These decorations are way too cute! Thanks for the home inspo!