Even though this vintage style faucet handle was missing its mate, I couldn't pass it up when I found it at a yard sale. And if you only have one, of course it's better to be hot than cold!
I created a fun and easy Valentine by first drawing a heart on a piece of reclaimed wood cut from an old fence. The I drilled a hole in the wood that was the size of the back of the handle.
I painted the heart...
then I painted the words, You are, onto the heart...
I added E6000 around the back of the handle, then inserted it into the drilled hole.
My Valentine is HOT! Is yours?
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