Monday, January 31, 2011

Sweet Tooth

I've done a good job throughout my pregnancy of keeping my weight in check.

But I have a feeling these last seven weeks are going to be harder.

Not because I'm hungrier, but because I decided to put this little Valentine's display on my dining room table.




I can't seem to walk by it without grabbing some candy from one of the jars!

This was really easy to put together.

I found the tray at the Salvation Army last month for $1.99.  It looked like this:




After I removed all of the magazine pictures from it and used some "Goo Gone," Jason hit it with a fresh coat of white spray paint.


The apothecary jars I've found thrifting over the years (and a couple on clearance at AC Moore), so I just filled them with a variety of Valentine's candy.

The rose ball was originally created for Imani's birthday mantel.  I found the "Love" heart at Hobby Lobby for 67 cents and just stuck it in the top.

I got out my stamps and made the XO tags along with the Happy Valentine's Day card.

And there you have it . . . a little Valentine's display that's tempting everyone in the house!






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10 comments:

  1. Stephenie,

    Adore you Valentine's Centerpiece! How sweet (in more than way.) I can't believe someone used that tray the way it looked before Jason painted it.
    I don't think you need to worry about gaining weight. You're beautiful.

    Your Friend,
    Deborah

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  2. Very cute, and tempting.:) I am in the middle of making one of those cute little crepe paper flower balls and it takes forever. Good luck with keeping the weight in check!

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  3. What a cute display! I wanted to do one with chocolates...but...decided against against it...no pregnant :) (by a long shot!) but weight has always been a problem...always!

    I really DO need to do something for Valentines Day though...and soon. Gosh, time does race by fast!

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  4. White spray paint works magic. I need to buy some (as soon as this ice storm melts) for a few projects.

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  5. I would love to do a display in chocolate with red hearts to dispaly around, but as you know your father could not take the temptation. So, needless to say I am keeping Valentine's day simple. Window and door decoration of red and pink and white. And a card for HIM and maybe a shirt of some sort....we shall see.
    I wish I could decorate with candy like you did!
    It looks fabulous!
    Love,
    Mom

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  6. I just loved how this looks and it's so very THRIFTY! I'm going to featured it here at CC...so come by and grab my featured button for your blog and see the other sweet thrifty ideas ou there.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  7. Just popped over from you being featured by Linda at Coastal Charm...this is so sweet - love the idea!
    xoxo

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  8. This looks great... love the flower ball... so pretty!

    Please share this over here: http://www.bubblynaturecreations.com/2011/02/project-party-weekend-flavored-lip.html

    We would love to have you join us!

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  9. How darling--love the x's and o's too.

    Warmly, Michelle.

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