What Valentine’s Day is without hearts and flowers? This year I’ve created a display in an old fashion postal box I found on line and thought, hearts and flowers in the mail.
I combined various items in this design of hearts, plants, flowers and birds. I wanted it to appear as if two Cardinals nested in the mail box for Valentine’s Day.
These red twine hearts work perfectly in the display. I like their rustic nature, especially with the birds and nest.
The softness of the creamy pink hydrangeas and greens work wonderfully with the contrasting red elements of the design. The black check bow helps to cohesively bring the arrangement together.
The welcome sign holding my red heart wreath is from Christmas. I brought the stand in from outside on my front porch and propped it near the front door. It nicely compliments the mail box arrangement that sits on my foyer table.
The warm glowing scented candle adds a simple touch to the display and smells wonderful when you entire the foyer.
The Valentine’s Day design is a lovely way to greet guest or anyone who comes to the front door.
I hope you enjoyed my “Hearts and Flowers in the Mail” post!
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Hi, my name is LuAnn, I'm a wife to a wonderfully talented husband, a mother of five, grandmother of two and an interior designer.
This passage is my belief: "Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable — if anything is excellent or praiseworthy — think about such things." (Philippians 4:8)
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