Quick Change Valentine’s Day Decorating

Decorating for smaller holidays, like Valentine’s Day, can be a little overwhelming. Don’t get me wrong, I love decorating for the big ones, like Christmas, however those little holidays that come and go so quickly don’t really get a lot of attention for me, beyond buying my loved ones a sweet gift. That’s where my quick change art comes in handy, because I can change it out in a flash for next to nothing.

My clipboards are the perfect spot to change out. I love putting up seasonal photos or typography, like the LOVE prints (that were just some fonts on a single sheet of paper.) It took about 2 minutes and just adds a little something extra with basically no effort.

Another spot that I change frequently is my mecury glass plates. With my handy dandy craft cutter machine, I whipped out some hearts in red vinyl and white vinyl and popped them up in no time. Are they perfect? Nope. But they sure are fun 🙂

Are you a big Valentine’s Day decorator? Or do you just buy some candy and call it done?

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About Gina Luker

Gina Luker is a writer, photographer and lover of all things quirky. She's usually found with a drill in one hand and a cocktail in the other while blogging along the way. She's addicted to coffee, polka dots, rock stars, Instagram, and everything aqua.


  1. What a simple stunning idea, I love it:)

  2. I love the changeable idea. I did decorate last year as a right of passage into my first year of blogging, but I have a feeling this year it will be buy some candy and call it done!


  3. Hello Gina, I love that idea- if decorating for a smaller holiday takes to long, I dont do it- The clipboards are too Cute.Thanks for Sharing a Valentine Idea.

  4. I love the Clip Board Idea!!! Please share the font information.

  5. Hi Gina, I love the clip board idea. Did you make your mercury glass plates or buy them?

  6. Wonderful creative thanks for sharing
    Sunny South Africa

  7. I loved this project and featured it on my Friday Finds today!

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