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Feb

Mallorie Gayle from Happy Home shares her stylish idea for displaying Tiny Prints Valentine’s Day cards.

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Each year when it’s time to decorate for a new holiday I get so excited. Pulling out old decorations from years past and combining them with new decorations is something that never gets old for me. As a child my mom always made sure our house was decked out for every holiday, and now that I have a daughter I want to make sure that I do the same for her.

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This year when decorating for Valentine’s Day I used my Tiny Prints Valentine’s Day cards as part of my decor. They gave my Valentine’s day spread a personal touch that I hadn’t had in years past. After ordering Valentine’s Day cards from Tiny Prints last year I was just so pleased at the quality and construction that I knew I would be putting them away to pull out year after year with my decorations.

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In our entry way I have a fun Valentine’s Day display on a table and shelf. The shelf holds the cards that our daughter gave us last year. I love looking at them each time we come in the front door. I also have my card for my husband on a shelf in our dining room.

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The best part of having these cards on display? They are a great conversation piece when we have guests over, and my daughter loves to look at them each day. It’s just something unique and special to put out. I cannot wait to add to our collection!

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  1. Lauren says:

    This is really cute! I love the heart wreath as well! Is it handmade?

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