The DIY part of the AstroStar ($22) star projector is its assembly. A fun project for you and the kiddos, if you have any. If you don’t, even better, because it will surely set the mood for many romantic evenings for two. Which, of course, leads us back to my second sentence. Buy it at Infmetry; read more about it at NOTCOT.
The best reaction you can get from your sweetie after she has opened her Valentine’s gift is a squeal with delight. This roundup of affordable luxury includes such things that will surely produce the desired reaction and all are $100 or less.
We’re gonna start with one of the big guns: Tiffany. Don’t hyperventilate. Tiffany DOES sell items that won’t break the bank. They actually have a $100 or less selection on their website. Case in point, their ‘Return to Tiffany’ Mini double heart tag pendant is an affordable $100, AND it comes in a glorious Tiffany Blue box just like items 100 times that price. Continue Reading
Generally, when we think of Victorian homes, we think of something a lot bigger than this! The little Catskill gem started its life as a hunting cabin, but Sandra Foster turned it into the Victorian cottage of her dreams.
And yes, it does have an ‘upstairs’ sleeping loft.
Mia’s gypsy lanterns are so sweet and romantic, they’d be perfect decorations for an indoor or outdoor party. (Can’t you just imagine them decorating a yard for a twilight wedding? Lovely!) They’re also a great recycling project too. Stuff you’ll need to make them include:
light weight cotton fabric (time to use up those scraps)