Sunday, January 1, 2012

Candy Land

Happy New Year!  It's hard to believe it's twenty twelve.  Here's to hoping this is everyone's year to win the lottery...ha! =)  Since I spent a quiet new year's eve at home, I was up bright and early picking up some treats to add to my vintage milk bottle holder:
I'm dubbing this our Valentine's Day Candy Land.
It's filled with clear mason jars which I then filled with various heart-shaped candies and vintage Valentine's Day cards that I bought off of Etsy two years ago. 
The little heart wands are from Michael's.  The faux roses and carnations are from the Dollar Store.  The heart runner is from Home Goods.
This lovely little cake stand is also from Home Goods.  I picked it up last year and still love it!  I think I need a few more cupcakes to add to the top though.  Those are also from Michael's.

Can you feel the love?!  Or at least the sugar that will soon be coursing through my children's veins?!  Ha!

Linking to Between Naps on the Porch: Met Monday.

Jeanine

7 comments:

Annie said...

How fun this all looks! Yes, more cupcakes!

Patti said...

Cute display. The Christmas Tree has cupcake ornaments really cheap (same ones they have carried for a few years) They would be cute on the plate stand with the candles!

The Wallace Family said...

Cute display, but I couldn't keep that candy in those jars haha!! They would be gone quick in this house. Was thinking of getting my Valentine's goodies out but was afraid it was too early! You have inspired me:)

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

VERY cute -- I am doing a candy *bar* at daughters baby shower in a couple weeks -- been collecting blue candies for that :)

Blessings!
Gail

debbie refresh restyle said...

Cute, love the cake stand and mason jars/holder! Thanks for the visit!
Debbie

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Great cake stand! The ribbon going through the edge goes so well with the runner, too!

sissie said...

Oh No!!!! Now you got me thinkin about Valentine's Day!
I love your vingette and what a wonderful idea using the mason jars full of goodies.

hugs
Sissie