Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Valentine Window Display

I have a love-ly window display idea for Valentine's Day that I'd like to share with you today.

I remember making snowflakes like these when I was in grade school. My kids and I made them to hang in our front window in December.

{We hung them with The Twinery's Maraschino and Peapod twine.}

We enjoyed looking at them every day and our window felt empty when we took them down. Since Valentine's Day is coming up I thought I would try to take the same idea and do a heart display in our front window.

I made the hearts from basic red and pink construction paper and hung them with The Twinery's Maraschino and Pink Sorbet twine.

{The new Blossom twine would be an excellent choice for hanging, too!}

I'd like to keep creating hanging window displays throughout the year and so I put these screws up inside our windowframe so I can easily thread the twine and hang our seasonal display.

Let me know if you create a window display using your twine from The Twinery...I'd love to see!

Happy Valentine's Day!

1 comment:

Sandy Ang said...

Such a fun and eye-catching alterative to garlands ! Thanks for coming to the Best Creation blog hop and being so kind about my quilled flowers.