weekly wrap up + wooden valentines

Few things make me happier than flowers. Well, making it to the weekend is pretty great, too. In honor of both, I wanted to share these sweet wooden valentines from Brittany Burton. I wrote about Brittany the other week before she had an Etsy shop set up, and I’m thrilled to see (thanks to Tuesday!) that she now does. Her shop has a range of beautiful prints for sale, but I love this set of five wooden cards. Each is original and unique and comes with a blank back so you can write in your own message. Click here to check them out in more detail and order a set for your special someone.

I’m heading out to get some fresh air before I’m stuck back in the office tomorrow waiting for our new desk and coffee table to arrive. I plan to fill that four-hour delivery window with work, so I’m ducking out to start the weekend early. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. See you Monday! xo, grace

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

  1. Susy says:

    funny, most of the time i don’t really get wood for a card material. it always seems kind of like it doesn’t make 100% sense for the medium. But a message of love, and artwork so colorful, it really makes these cards into little pieces of fine art. : )

  2. I agree with Susy; these lovely wooden valentines become a real keepsake rather than something that you pin to the fridge for a week and then recycle. Beautiful idea and execution!

  3. Love these! So sad that they are all sold out–restock, Bethany, restock!!!

  4. perfect another beautiful idea

  5. eva says:

    these are super sweeer

  6. KARIS says:



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