The article in the recent Somerset Life by Alice Wingerden inspired me to make some cone sachets with fabric scraps on hand.
A recent order from PetiteMichelleLouise provided the lovely ribbons on the sachet.
This peaceful spot in our living room is a cozy place to sit, with it's proximity to the fireplace and pillow cover made from an old winter sweater:
Here's a favorite end table, found at an antique mall 12 years ago and perfectly shabby chic ever since. I only had to add glass knobs to enhance its' charm. Housing my collection of catalogs and magazines (and various misplaced toys) makes it functional, too.
Our son loves anything to do with Knights. He pores over books instructing one how to become a Knight, and loves to practice 'Defending the Faith'! I thought these tags (also from PetiteMichelleLouise) would be perfect for him. He's already signed the back of one with his gallant name. Another tag is hung from this white tureen, reminding us of that noble era:
More Valentine tags...the lovely Marie Antoinette tag on the left was made by Rosemary of Ozma of Odds, included in a purchase of one of her gorgeous paper ex-voto lockets.
I made the other two simple tags for Valentine's day:
Let's toast to romance, heraldry and nobility! (and lavender!)