Time for another guest here at The Southern Institute! You know how much I love these posts… I love seeing what other bloggers are coming up with. There’s always something new to share and try for yourself. Today’s guest is a ton of fun… have you been over to The Letter 4? Seriously fun blog, ladies. There is so much to see there, and never a dull moment. Scroll down to the end of this post and take a look at that gorgeous photo of today’s guest, Janae…
Now check out this photo of Janae after being styled and photographed by their family friend…
… is that not totally fun??? She looks like a supermodel! Well, enough of the introductions. You’ll have to go over and see the blog for yourself. Right now, please welcome Janae to The Southern Institute!
Hey there Southern Institute readers! I’m Janae and I blog over at
My sisters and I started our blog as a way to share our projects and ideas together since moving away from each other. My oldest sister Julianna does a lot of crafts, Jade is our amazing chef, Jamie is our designer of printables, and I usually like to throw in some hair tutorials.
Today I wanted to share with you a Valentines light idea I had!
I thought this would be a great way to dress up a valentines day dinner table. And you could personalize this too! All I took was a piece of paper that I drew hearts all over, a flameless tea light. Rolled the paper inside of the vase and put the tea light in the center.
Now you have a homemade dim lit table. You could use scrapbooking paper (the thin kind), or write a love note piece of paper, funny doodles about your relationship, whatever!
Have fun with it, and
Thank you so much for sharing this project with us today, Janae! I have all of the supplies here and can’t wait to make one for our Valentine’s Day Table.
Jenny is a wife and mother first and foremost. You can find her here at The Southern Institute, as the founder and owner of the blog, as well as at unboundbirth.com. She enjoys blogging and sewing, cooking for her three picky eaters, and playing tennis with her husband, Tom.