Milk Glass and Mini Boxwood Wreaths for Valentine's Day

Pretty milk glass vases with carnations. So simple but so pretty. - Postcards from the Ridge

We've had such a beautiful weekend here. It really makes me want spring to get here quickly! It inspired me to pick up some flowers from the grocery store and pop them into my milk glass vases. Which inspired me to put out a few little valentine's decorations. I'm sharing mostly pictures today because the flowers are so pretty that a wordy post isn't necessary. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words!

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French farmhouse style dining area with buffalo check curtains, milk glass, ironstone, and more.

Vintage themed red and white place setting. Love the vintage silver and velvet ribbon.

Just a few simple valentine's decorations are all I ever do. The thought of getting them out and putting them all away this soon after all the Christmas decorating makes me shudder. I'm kinda lazy like that.



Vintage ironstone and transferware. Simple valentine's decorations.

Sweet little boxwood wreath and vintage ironstone for valentine's day.

I added the little boxwood wreaths to the hutch doors a few weeks ago and just love them. 


Vintage ironstone platter and linen napkins.

Vintage style with French linen tea towels, ironstone, transferware, and old books. Love.

Simple valentine's decor with vintage ironstone, silver, transferware, and linens

Simple vintage themed valentine's decor

Love these vintage linen tea towels.

Cute little boxwood wreath on the hutch door.

Pretty centerpiece with vintage milk glass vases and carnations on a wooden cake stand. Love!

Sweet little milk glass vase with carnations.

I got a little carried away with taking pictures of the flowers. They're so darn pretty!


Such a sweet little milk glass vase with carnations. Nice centerpiece.

Red tinged carnations in a sweet little white bud vase.

I got fancy with this one and took out most of the color. I'm a photography nerd, what can I say?

Thanks so much for dropping by! Are you ready for spring to get here too or do you enjoy winter time? 


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XOXOX,


Angie


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7 comments

  1. Your red-ware plates go so well with the Valentines Day décor. Perfect.

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    1. Thanks! I just wanted a few red touches and they gave me just the right amount.

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  2. The milk glass vases really show off the flowers. I like your French hearts as well. I didn't see a source for them. Did you make them?

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    1. Thanks! I've had the hearts for a few years and honestly don't remember where I got them. Probably at Hobby Lobby or Michaels or HomeGoods. Sorry! They wouldn't be too hard to make.

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  3. I love it all. Just the perfect amounts of each color to set off you absolutely beautiful milk glass collection The wreaths and the moss balls are the perfect finishing touch.

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    1. Thanks, Melissa! I also love the wreaths and moss balls. Thanks for dropping by!

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