Valentines Decorations / December 31, 2018 / Hester Higgins
Check out all these ideas and see which ones you want to get your party started and keep it going. Valentines Day is a day of love - a day set aside to tell the people around us how much we care. Be it a spouse a friend or a parent we show our loved ones how much they mean to us by delivering them with sentimental cards flowers candy and gifts. It is the one day of the year when all out romanticism - in all its forms - is expected and accepted. When it comes to Valentines Day we all seem to have our own ways of celebrating. For some that means a special dinner at a restaurant. For others it means tickets to a show. And for still others it means a special Valentines Day treat that we wait for all year long. Valentine cookies are here just prior to and on February 14th - and gone the day after. So for many buying or making these sweet treats are part of their celebration of love. Valentine cookies come in all shapes sizes and flavors.
Take sheets of plain white paper and cut them into snowflakes using all different patterns (use your imagination). Place the hearts over the snowflakes and trace around the edges. Cut the snowflake so it fits over the heart and glue them together. You could also trim the snowflake so it is slightly smaller to give the heart a framed look. Hang the hearts throughout your home on mirrors on glassed over wall hangings and from lighting. Project Idea #3 Create a simple paper chain using red pink and white. Alternate the colors in a pattern that pleases you. Theres no right or wrong way to do this. Hang this with additional Valentines day decorations like the paper hearts mentioned above. Consider hanging the hearts from the chain itself. As an added twist cut large hearts out from pieces of decorative scrapbook paper.
Theres no question how much children love parties and thats not just limited to birthday parties and Halloween parties. Throwing Valentines day parties is a fun way to bring in opportunities for celebration additional Valentines day decorations and enjoying delicious foods. Talk to your kids about the planning process as well as any Valentines day decorations you need help creating. Consider adding a tea party type element into these plans if this is a girls party. You can achieve this type of party on a budget by visiting odd lots stores Goodwill yard sales and antique stores for teacups a teapot and all the linens. Consider choosing items that dont match because when placed on the table with the rest of the Valentines day decorations the look will be interesting and exciting for the party goers.