February 4, 2014
This Thursday I’m hosting a Valentine’s Day Meet + Make so I’m spending the next three days to prep, bake, and create things for the event! So today I wanted to share some of my favorite Valentine’s Day projects I’ve created over the last couple of years. They all include printable things that will help you have a special handmade Valentine’s Day!
One of my favorites (and yours too!) are my printable love coupons in the accordion envelope folder. They are available both with pre-filled in coupon suggestions and with fill-in-the-blank coupons.
Another favorite is my “You Have My Heart” printable garland. It’s a fun way to add a little Valentine’s Day to your home. It would also be a sweet sentiment to hang in your bedroom—especially if you’ll be serving your love breakfast in bed on Valentines.
Our Valentine’s Day tradition is to cook a fancy meal at home. We prefer to skip over-priced restaurants and dine-in on Valentines. I always print up little menus to make dinner seem a little less routine. You can download my printable “Let’s Eat” Valentine’s Day menu templates and add in your own favorite dishes.
These printable Valentine’s Day posters can be mounted on canvas (like you see above) or put in a frame for an easy, sweet gift.
Because every Valentine’s Day needs a little Nutella, right? Here’s my Nutella banana muffin recipe with printable tags. They make delicious, instant valentine’s day cards.
Get even more Valentine’s Day inspiration over on my Valentine’s Day page!
February 2, 2014
Happy 14 Days of Love! I’m kicking off the week with a giveaway that’s sure to rid you of a case of the Mondays. If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, you may have read about the 14 Days of Love giveaway that I’m hosting along with 13 other lovely bloggers. Each day until Valentine’s Day we will be sharing a new giveaway. Pretty awesome, huh? So to continue our days of love, I’m giving away a $150 gift card to Wayfair! I’ve mentioned how much I love Wayfair in the past (remember my lovely white christmas tree?) and I thought you may adore them too. If you’re not familiar with Wayfair, they are a one-stop-shop for everything home. Whatever your style may be, I’m sure Wayfair has just what you’re looking for. Head to the bottom of the post to enter to win!
Want to win more? Here’s what’s in store for the next 2 weeks! Remember, each giveaway only last for 3 days so make sure you enter the Land of Nod giveaway over at Oleander and Palm
and the Hayneedle giveaway on Design Improvised
before it’s too late.
Don’t miss out on any of the great prizes! Like the 14 Days of Love Giveaway page. a Rafflecopter giveaway
February 1, 2014
It’s officially February and we’re going to start seeing hearts everywhere and I’m ok with that. This color palette mixes a vibrant red with a soft fair blush color and would be perfect with steel blue accents.
Image via Tumblr.
January 31, 2014
This month seemed a little longer than usual to me. I’m ready so for February and a month filled with hearts. I mean, I am Sarah Hearts after all. Here’s a couple new wallpapers I created to help you stay organized and be inspired all month long.
Download this month’s wallpaper for all your devices:
2560 x 1440 hearts | 2560 x 1440 with calendar
1440 x 900 hearts | 1440 x 900 with calendar
2880 x 1800 Retina hearts | 2880 x 1800 Retina with calendar
iPhone hearts | iPhone with calendar | iPhone home screen wallpaper
iPad hearts | iPad with calendar | iPad home screen wallpaper
Head over here to check out all the wallpapers I’ve created over the past three years.
January 30, 2014
Getting back into the swing of things has been tough post Alt Summit. Anyone else having trouble getting back into your routine? Today I’m sharing a new video where I show you how to make simple art for your home using an old frame and some gold leaf. This was so easy to make (and affordable too) that it would be a fun gift for a friends birthday or even for your girlfriend’s for galantine’s day. I mean, who doesn’t want a little sparkle in their home?
- Frame, any size (mine is 8″ x 10″)
- Spray paint primer
- Spray paint, in any color you want
- Cardstock, any color, cut to the size of your frame
- Heart template, printed and cut out on cardstock
- 2 sheets of gold leaf (you may need more if you’re making a larger heart)
- Gold leaf adhesive size
- Angled paint brush, for applying the gold leaf
- Large, soft brush for removing the gold leaf
Check out my other simple DIY videos over on my YouTube channel.