A Valentine Retrospective

When my kids were little our family always celebrated Valentine’s Day with cards, candy, flowers, and love tokens.  Since I’m in a bit of a dreary mood, I need a little Valentine inspiration.  So here is a retrospective of my Valentine posts from the past couple of years to help motivate me. 

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A Box Of Chocolates

All You Need

Pottery Barn Inspired Valentine Art 

Valentine Tablescape 3

A Valentine Tablescape

Valentine Angel 2

Valentine Mantel

Valentine Tulips

A Valentine Vignette or Two

Valentine Pillow in chair

Valentine Throw Pillow

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Dollar Store Challenge 

XO Vignette 2

Pottery Barn Inspired Moss Letters

 I’m feeling a bit more inspired and I hope you found some Valentine inspiration too. 

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Between Naps on the Porch

Coastal Charm

French Country Cottage

My Romantic Home

Savvy Southern Style

Stone Gable

A Stroll Thru Life

My Salvaged Treasures

The Cottage Market

Anne’s Attic Design

Woman In Real Life

Bernideen’s Tea Time, Cottage & Garden

Shabby Art Boutique

Cozy Little House

A Delightsome Life

Ivy and Elephants

From My Front Porch to Yours

My Big Fat Happy Life

Thoughts From Alice

The Vintage Nest

Bella Rosa Antiques

Dagmar’s Home

Charm of Home

Snickerdoodle Sunday

Dwelling The Heart of Your Home

The Enchanted Rose

A Tray of Bliss


  1. I love these Valentines reflections. Each photo is a lovely piece of inspiration! So glad you shared.

  2. Sharon, I’ve been away on vacation, and gosh I’ve missed you and your special way with everything. These images are so very pretty. I hope you’ll come and join Five Star Frou-Frou on Friday! Love, Mimi xxx

  3. Jann Olson says:

    Beautiful inspiration Sharon! I’ll be pulling mine out next week. Enough of this winter décor! 🙂

  4. Nice compilation, Sharon. You prove it doesn’t take a designer budget to make a Valentine sentiment feel special.

  5. Sharon,
    These photos are filled with Valentine’s Day inspiration, dear one!!!
    Wednesday, is the day to remove the Winter glittering Snowflake decor and begin with Valentine’s Day designing!!! This post was “perfect” timing!!!

  6. I’ve definitely been inspired! I think I have another Valentine’s challenge coming up and you might just have given me an idea! Thanks! xoKathleen

  7. What a beautiful collection ~ I’m inspired!

  8. Thanks for sharing a little bit of Valentine charm at Talk of the Town. So pretty!

  9. I do not do a lot of V-Day decor – I like how you have scattered touches throughout. LOVE the crusty cherub!

  10. Great Valentine inspiration! My fave pic is the one with the boxwood wreath, the pretty tins and the vase of tulips. Will have to check out that post later…off to work for me but it was fun “visiting” while I had my morning coffee.

  11. I hope your beautiful posts from Valentine’s past will help to lift the dreary mood. The pictures are gorgeous and the projects are worthy to be shared again and again! Thank you so much for linking up with us for Snickerdoodle Sunday 🙂 Pinning and tweeting and a {{hug}} for you 🙂

  12. Such gorgeous Valentine inspiration Sharon. Your projects certainly brightened my day. I’m delighted to be featuring this post on Shabbilicious Friday tomorrow.
    Hugs xx

  13. I love the moss letters! Thanks for sharing at HSH!

  14. Sharon, so many sweet ideas, it’s hard to pick a favorite! Thanks for sharing at Five Star Frou-Frou. Love, Mimi xxx

  15. Love all your pretty Valentine vignettes!


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