How to Display Vintage Valentine’s Day Chocolate Boxes
If you love vintage Valentine’s Day chocolate boxes this is a quick and easy way to display them.
I love to display hearts around my home at any time of the year, like my repurposed scarf floral heart wreath.
I’m not a neutral girl during any season, but especially not in winter.
I need color all the time, but I really need it in winter to help stop me from going into hibernation mode.
So I’m always looking for fun and colorful things to hang as art.
So when I found these vintage heart-shaped chocolate boxes for just $1 each I simply couldn’t resist them.
And of course the red didn’t hurt either.
I thought they’d be a sweet addition to my aqau and red kitchen.
They do have a few scuffs and scrapes, but that’s ok.
It just gives them even more character.
I’ve had this $2 thrifted plate hanger for years.
I’m not a plate collector, but these can be used in so many other ways, like these decoupaged photos on canvas frames for example.
I spray painted the plate hanger with an aqua blue paint and primer combo, and hung it in the kitchen between the door to the kitchen porch and the basement door.
This is the perfect place for my vintage Valentine’s Day chocolate boxes display.
I did have these vintage wooden pictures displayed here, but I moved them somewhere else.
Aren’t they sweet?
And just the right size for the plate hanger.
The combo of aqua and red is a favorite of mine, especially now with the cold and snowy weather outside.
Our winters here can make me feel a little sleepy and lazy.
Honestly, in winter I can take a cat nap at almost any time of the day. lol.
So I need my decor to be bright and happy even more than usual, to help keep me wide-eyed and energized.
Color inspires me, and makes me happy.
What about you?
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Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…
keep on keepin’ on!