Valentine Vignette with DecoArt // Giveaway

DecoArt Giveaway // Who's ready for another giveaway? This one completes the trifecta… The fun started on Friday with our ULTIMATE Getaway Giveaway, then on Saturday we had a fun weekend Silhouette Portrait Giveaway and now it's time to bulk up your paint supplies for Valentine's Day with DecoArt! But before we get to the giveaway, I want to share with you my Valentine Vignette that I created with some DecoArt paint that I just LOVE!!

Valentine Vignette with DecoArt

I, of course started the vignette with my Winter White Wreath that I will be transforming throughout the year. For Valentine's Day, I just added a simple felt heart in the center of the wreath and left it at that, because I wanted my paint projects to be the stars of the show this time. The two colors I decided to use this time were the DecoArt Americana, Red Alert and the Metallics Champagne Gold. I started with a piece of Birch wood that I scavenged out of  my neighbors trash. Shhhhh, it's not weird at all!! I carved an iconic heart into the wood and then highlighted the carving with the two paint colors and then painted the top of the stump and added some stripes.

 

Heart carving with DecoArt

I just adore the rustic, yet elegant simplicity of this element. Next, I created a sign using some design elements from Rhonna Designs Insta Kiss digital kit that may be one of my favorite signs to date…

 

Together is our favortie place to be sign with DecoArt

I actually have a separate tutorial for how I made this sign coming up soon and I have an extra special, top secret technique that I used to make the letters really stand out, so stay tuned! I also used the Red Alert paint to dress up this decorative frame that I found at Hobby Lobby and added a bit gray chevron fabric to tie everything together.

 

Painted frame with DecoArt

I tossed in a few found objects that I just love, my Westinghouse fan that I purchased at a garage sale for $2 and my Anthropologie beach radio that was NOT $2 but I love it non the less. All in all, I thought the whole vignette turned out lovely, thanks to DecoArt! 

 

DecoArt Valentine Vignette

So… who's ready for some DecoArt fun of their own for Valentine's Day? I have a fun little gift box up for grabs… All you have to do is follow the directions on the Rafflecopter box below and you may just be in luck! 

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Comments

  1. Lori Kae says

    How did I not trip upon your Pinterest account before now…beautiful! Love the organization too it too. Shoes…be still my heart!  Thanks for the chance and looking forward to the sign tips. :)

  2. Simmone Daughdrill says

    I have been wanting to make a sign similar to the one you show!  The bright red frame with the chevron is wonderful also.

    • Phyllis R. says

      Oops!  Nothing is safe from a fresh coat of paint!  Lol!  But I have a vintage ironing board I would like to spruce up.

  3. Darcie says

    I don't think I'd create anything Valentine-specific, as I'm just not a holiday decorator. But I DO need some more crafty wall art!

  4. Deb says

    I love how you've used the red to make the look really stand out with the subtle tones of your other items.  It really speaks to me.  I especially love the sign you've made.  We've got some wood and have been trying to figure out what to do with it.  Ta-Da!!!  I love DecoArt!  Been using them for years, great products.  Thanks for sharing

  5. Doreen says

    I love the red mirror…. I would have left it as a mirror or use chalkboard paint on it! Thanks for the great idea.

  6. glee says

    that sign is so AWESOME!! We always say, why go out, our food is better than any restaurant (and the guys in my family don't have to wear shirts!!) We live in Hawaii so that's ok by me. Home is where we want to be.

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  8. jennie says

    Love your stuff! Did y0u ever post a tutorial on how you made you sign: "Together is our favorite place to be? Did I miss it?

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