Our house needed a little Valentine decor.  My kiddos love it when I decorate for the holidays- Here are some wood LOVE blocks I made.  I had my husband cut the blocks out of a 2×6.  Each block is a different height.  The L is 10 inches, O is 8 inches, V is 9 in., and the E is 7 inches.  First I painted each block (and sanded the sides a bit).  I used digital scrapbooking paper and letters for the word LOVE, but you could do this with any scrapbook paper and cut out letters as well.  I then modpodged on the paper-SUPER EASY and fast!

I used some fun ribbon to tie around the sides and on the top-everything looks a little more cute with ribbon right?!

I also added a few sparkly hearts to my chandelier to get a little more festive.  I found these at Tai Pan Trading.

& I found this table runner on PotteryBarn Kids website-It is adorable and would be so easy to make…if only I had time!  It would go with the bags I made for my kids last year.  Maybe next year.


  1. Love the blocks! You did a fab job on them! And I really REALLY like the hearts on the chandelier, too! I keep talking about making cute lil’ paper hearts to hang from the chandeliers here, but haven’t gotten to it yet! So this is inspiring~!

  2. your blocks are adorable; love the ribboned edges too. Clever and cute idea with your chandelier

  3. SUPER cute stuff! Love those blocks!!

  4. So cute! What an adorable table runner! 🙂

  5. Super cute! Thanks for sharing. I really like the blocks and I’ll have to head over to Tai Pan and see if they have any hearts left.

  6. So cute! Love the black and red color combo on the blocks!

  7. These are gorgeous, I totally love them.

  8. Love the LOVE Blocks. I have a set I made for AUTUMN using a “Wheat” font and it is adorable. I may have to borrow this…it’s just too cute!

  9. […] made similar blocks for Valentine’s day last year that say LOVE.  Since they were so easy and turned out cute, I decided to make some for […]

  10. Love these!! where did you get the paper and letters from? If you don’t mind?

    Thx!! 🙂

  11. Hi Jamie! I love, love, love your love blocks! I’ve included them in a Valentine’s Day Decorating round-up over on my site. It’s been pinned, too. Thanks for sharing your creative idea! 🙂


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