Those hearts on the backs of the chairs are made of felt, so that makes this a “heartfelt” post. (It’s hard coming up with post titles, so there are no limits to what I might resort to when I title my posts!)
A clear, glass plate tops a Valentine paper dessert plate, which tops a paper heart doily, which tops a white metal charger!
The keys to my heart are napkin holders (napkin rings from a going out of business sale at a gift store years ago; linens from an estate sale a couple of years ago).
I chose to use this flatware, because the pattern name is “Eternally Yours”.
I couldn’t get a good picture of the flower cart on my vintage glasses (from an estate sale years ago), so I put a piece of white paper inside this glass for the photo.
Scottie dogs are serving the salt and pepper.
I’m not even going to tell you how many times I copied the front and back of this Valentine card, attempting to get them right-side-up on both sides, so they would show the front and the back from each side of the table.
These are the dollar store ornaments that just keep on giving. I had them on the backs of my chairs for Christmas Eve dinner. I intended to tell everyone to take one home, but I completely forgot. (I really did forget. I wasn’t even thinking about using these for Valentine’s Day décor.)
But since I still had them, I flipped them over and hung them back onto the chairs for this Valentine’s table.
Thank you so much for visiting my heartfelt post. Laurie