Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Lovin' in the Kitchen ...



Yes, folks, the tree is still up!  

Out went the Christmas elves and gingerbread men ...


and in came the hearts.  There are flowers embellished with hearts ....


hearts that say "I like you!"


one with a simple word of:



and, ones that don't say anything at all.



Of course, there are *YUM*mies to indulge on ...



because they're nice and ...


Annnnd, there's a reminder of what we all want ...



along with a big reminder of what we all need!



So, is there "lovin'" going on in your kitchen?


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Becca





31 comments:

Blondie's Journal said... Reply To This Comment

Very sweet, Becca! I really love those big jars and of course your tree is gorgeous! :)

XO,
Jane

suburban prep said... Reply To This Comment

How great. Valentine's Day is coming your way. It is so inviting.

Debbiedoo's said... Reply To This Comment

So Darling Becca! I love the scrabble tiles and chalkboard.

Audrey @ Neverending Decorating said... Reply To This Comment

Wow, that tree is stunning! I'd love to get a small white tree and decorate it for all the different holidays all through the year. You've done a gorgeous job with the V-Day deco, l.o.v.e. it! Have a great day.

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said... Reply To This Comment

Sooooo cute Becca!! Love the chalkboard!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said... Reply To This Comment

Cute and great shots.

priscilla said... Reply To This Comment

Wow ! Love your Valentine decorating ! That tree is fabulous !

Dining Delight said... Reply To This Comment

SO fun! You've really shown how just a few touches of "Love" around your home adds a lot of charm! Love you V's tree - I still have a "winter" one up and am now thinking I should add some hearts to it!

DD

Laura Janning said... Reply To This Comment

Jeez... I maybe have 1 heart up. I can't compete with all that lovin!!

HomerBelle said... Reply To This Comment

I LOVE it!! Curious, though, how you have lit the tree. I don't see a cord anywhere!

You give me such inspiration...thank you!

Lizbeth McGow said... Reply To This Comment

Love your kitchen Becca! always so inviting..and your trees..well you know I'm a fan of your "Seasonal Tree" all the way! Thank You for posting!

Shelia said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Becca! Oh, your kitchen i just lovely! Love how you could use your little Christmas tree to a Valentine tree! Sweets abounds in your kitchen. I love it.
be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

NanaDiana said... Reply To This Comment

Yep- Lovin' going on in this kitchen. I moved my pink tree from the sitting room to the kitchen so the kids could enjoy it. It does add a bright spot! I love your tree and your candy station. Very, very cute- xo Diana

Stacey said... Reply To This Comment

Adorable!

Judy said... Reply To This Comment

cute, cute, cute becca! are you sure you're not an events planner and you've been holding out on us? cause you sure know how to trick out your home like crazy!

Sharing Shadymont said... Reply To This Comment

So cute!! Love your tree!

Designs By Pinky said... Reply To This Comment

i AM SO GLAD YOU DID THIS.I thought about it but would have had to go buy all the V's decorations, so am hoping to do it next year. I love your tree and am on the lookout for a white one too. Even without the V's decor, there IS alot of lovin in my kitchen:):) XO, Pinky

Melissa Miller said... Reply To This Comment

So, so adorable! :)

Cristina Garay said... Reply To This Comment

I love the big jars. Very pretty and inviting!

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said... Reply To This Comment

Looks amazing...Love your tree!

Linda@Coastal Charm said... Reply To This Comment

Such a sweet tree you have here Becca.

Blessings,
Linda

Carol said... Reply To This Comment

Just adorable, Becca! The tree is beautiful in all its "lovingness" and so sweet all dressed in reds and white!

Carol

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said... Reply To This Comment

Your kitchen is definitely full of so much "love"...the tree is so cute!!...Just love all of your creative touches for Valentine's Day.....Have a great day Becca!

janae king...sewing patterns said... Reply To This Comment

I'm so happy to have stumbled upon your blog...so fun. Love all you did in your kitchen for Valentine's Day...i'm sure your family loves it. You should check out PinkPostcard's blog...you would love her stuff @ www.pink-postcard.com

Suzy Handgraaf said... Reply To This Comment

I'm lovin' the lovin' going on in your kitchen, Becca. Have you been listening to a lot of Barry White??? lol I really do love all of the Valentine touches that you've sprinkled around and the tree is do die for.

Heidi said... Reply To This Comment

I am actually doing a little V'day decorating myself so I love to see you ladies (my bloggin gals) decorating for ideas!

I would love to know where you got your white tree and if it came in the pot?

Maria Elena said... Reply To This Comment

Oh, Becca! As beautiful as always! Love, love all your Valentine's touches!

Phyllis @Around the House said... Reply To This Comment

wow Becca, you outdid yourself, I love the Valentines tree, I did a tree too, mine is different, but I am so excited someone understands the tree thing yay...love yours and the jars of candy ...I would eat all those...thanks for lovin the Valentines Day decor too...

The HOME GIRL said... Reply To This Comment

This is beautiful, Becca! I love the apothecary jars, and I've officially decided to leave my tree up through Valentine's Day next year! =D I'm your newest follower...can't wait to check out more of your great posts!

Kristin @ My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia said... Reply To This Comment

Love the kitchen decked out for valentines!!!
XO
Kristin

Jason Murphy said... Reply To This Comment

An inspiring blog as I am researching for brooklyn home inspection. Advanced happy valentines day.