Valentine’s Mantel

I’ve enjoyed sharing three Valentine’s crafts over the past two weeks and am excited to share my finished mantel. 

The red candles have a cherry scent that is quite pleasant. I usually find candles a bit strong, but these are quite pleasant.


All of the vases are vintage with the exception of the glass votives and the small silver votive.

I usually don’t usually do a themed mantel for Valentine’s Day but am quite enjoying this.

If you missed the tutorials for my Valentine’s projects, you can find the links here:

Faux Patchwork Heart Wreath

Cupcake Liner Heart
Cupcake Heart8

Fabric Covered Heart

The big day will be here before we know it.  I have a feeling that there won’t be much celebrating on Valentine’s Day for us.  I’m on the tennis court until 6 pm and then Mr. SP is in two tennis contracts starting at 6 pm and won’t be finished until 9 pm.  By then I’ll be passed out on the sofa!  Our celebration just might take place on February 13. 

What about you?  Do you have big Valentine plans?

Sharing With:
Weekend Wrap-Up Party at Tatertots and Jello


  1. looks so sweet! i love the white vases, they’ve definitely become part of my thrift store shopping list!

  2. No big Valentine plans yet, but your mantel is gorgeous. I am off to check out your links for directions! Hope you are doing well! Carla

  3. Your mantel looks fantastic! I love the hearts that you made! And all the candles look so romantic!

    Good luck on the 14th. I wouldn’t be up to celebrating that evening either!!


  4. What a sweetly decorated mantel. I love it!

    We will be celebrating Valentines a bit earlier too.. that’s just fine with me.

    Have a happy weekend.. and thanks for sharing your mantel and projects 🙂

  5. Your valentine mantel is so pretty! Love the hearts and the cherry candles so wonderful!

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I will be celebrating over the weekend instead of the exact day as we are moving! I am one of your new followers. Hope you will follow me!

  6. I think all the pink and red looks lovely. Very cheerful. We don’t really celebrate Valentine’s Day…although we probably should. A dinner out would be nice!

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