I am so excited to join my friend Carol from Blue Sky at Home. Together, a group of decor bloggers are sharing ideas for the heart-filled holiday. I have an easy Valentine’s Day centerpiece that looks back at Christmas and Valentine’s Day.

If you are stopping by from MaryJo’s Valentine’s table welcome to Everyday Edits!

I like to keep it simple as I slowly ease from Christmas to Valentine’s Day so today I have a Valentine’s Day Basket.

It get’s even better! The basket was a Pottery Barn knockoff I found at our local Goodwill in Castle Rock.

This basket is a year-round staple at my house.

Let’s take a look at how I slowly transition to Valentine’s Day in our living room.


Last year I found these cute heart ornaments at Homegoods in the clearance section. I knew they would be perfect for Valentine’s Day.



Shop your house for red, white, or pink objects you already have at home.
I rounded up red candles and red/white ornaments for a winter vibe. Years ago, I made the LOVE sign from extra wood blinds left by previous owners.

I made the LOVE from vinyl, but you can find inexpensive vinyl at Hobby Lobby or this Etsy shop. And not letting the other side go unnoticed I added this vinyl on the flip side.

What I love is I get to keep a few red ornaments for January! Thank you for stopping by today!

Valentine's Day Centerpiece in a Basket

Next up Jennifer at Midwest Life and Style shares a delicious brownie dessert.

Please visit the other Valentine’s Day Ideas:

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heart topiary
Valentine's red neutral tablescape

Bluesky at HomeEasy Napkins with Pom-Poms for Valentine’s

Peacock Ridge Farm – Heart-Shaped Topiary

Masterpieces of My Life – Red and Neutral Valentine’s Tablescape

Valentine's Day centerpiece
pink tulip hanging heart
Valentine's Day decor

White Arrows Home – Easy Valentine’s Decor

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  1. I love the idea of using the wood blind for the sign. So clever! I love how you styled everything together…so charming!

  2. Laura, how creative! You’ve given me some ideas for Valentine’s. Glad that I packed up our Christmas decorations and organized them by color this year. Thank you for sharing at Celebrate the Holiday.

  3. Your centerpiece is so pretty, Laura. I love the simplicity and the little pops of red are prefect for Valentine’s Day!

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