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Thrifty Valentine’s Day Decor

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Thrifty and easy Valentines Day decor ideas will have you shopping your home, books and photographs for easy and sentimental ways to decorate your home. 

A vase of flowers sitting on top of a wooden table

To me Valentines Day decor is a lot like my marriage.

(You’re on the edge of your seats right about now, aren’t you?)

A room with a book shelf

Comfortable.

A living room

Shabby but chic.

A room filled with furniture and a window

Imperfectly beautiful.

A vase of flowers on a table

Neutral with pops of color.

A stack of flyers on a table

Sentimental and charming.

Home and Thrifty

Well worn with years of value left.

A close up of a book shelf

A little rustic with a lot of warmth.

A bunch of items that are on display

Mismatched but meant to be together.

A room filled with furniture and vase on a table

Wow. Not sure if my husband would agree but what the heck. It’s my blog!

A man and a woman looking at the camera

You see, Valentine’s Day is also my wedding anniversary.

As my DIY hubby said when we got married, it was a twofer. 

Two “fer” the price of one! That way there was no way he would ever forget our wedding anniversary due to the commercialism of Valentine’s Day.

Good plan, don’t ‘ya think?

After 29 years he and I no longer need expensive gifts or fancy dinners to celebrate a marriage that has stood the test of time, especially after the rocky trials of 2015.

We said no gifts, just dinner and time together. I wasn’t feeling quite up to the Valentine crowds so we just had a pick up dinner at home.

Tim and I do this dance about gifts where “no” doesn’t necessarily mean “NO”, you know what I mean?

At Christmas he got me a fitbit with my “no gifts” rule and for our anniversary I got him a few little goodies with his “no gifts” rule.

After 29 years it’s a little complicated!

A man and a woman posing for a picture

But cards are ALWAYS part of the deal since words of affirmation are obviously one of my love languages.

Except for last night. He bought a card and left it at work. Oops.

Empty handed at a candlelit, fast food meal for our 29th anniversary.

A man and a woman standing in a park, with Valentine's Day

But just like my Valentines Day decor, I’m a bit forgiving and ready to try something different tomorrow!

It’s ok, dear. Next year is our 30th and an Alaskan cruise will make up for this year. 

Forever and always!

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