Panda Valentine Box (with printable template)

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These cute Panda Valentine Box is so much fun to make and the perfect way for kids to collect their valentine cards at school. With an easy to follow tutorial and printable template, kids of all ages will love this cute box!

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It’s that time of the year! With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s time to come up with some new valentine box ideas! It’s one of our favorite holiday crafts and we’ve made everything from an owl valentine box to a Baby Yoda valentine box. Now we’ve got some new ideas up our sleeves!

Panda Valentine Box

This time we wanted to put together a cute panda Valentine’s Day box because who doesn’t love these cute little guys? The great thing about this one is that it’s super easy and even comes with printable templates. All the kids need to do is trace, cut out and glue…easy, peasy right?

Scroll to the end of this post to see my entire list of Valentine’s Day Box Ideas

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Panda Valentine Box

Active Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 30 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
This cute Panda valentine box is one of our favorite Valentines box ideas and it's the perfect way to collect all those cute cards for Valentine's Day!


  • Cover cardboard box (we used a cereal box) in white construction paper. Be sure to cover the sides and the back of the box too. Cut a hole for the valentine cards.
  • Print out the panda template for the panda face and the bow (for a girl panda)
    Template for Panda valentine box
  • Cut out each piece and use it to trace the shapes on construction paper.
    Panda face cutouts
  • Use a glue stick to glue the black ears to the top of the box. Then glue the eyes and nose to the front of the box. Older kids may want to use a hot glue gun.
    Panda face on box
  • I also used a hole punch to make two white circle "reflections" on the eyes. If you don’t have a hole punch, you can just cut a small circle with scissors.
    White reflection on panda eyes
  • Trace the bow on the back of your glitter cardstock or on construction paper.
    Bow for panda valentine box
  • Cut out bow and add accents with a black marker. Glue the bow just under the panda's ear.
    Bow glued to panda valentine box 680
  • That’s it! Now you have an adorable panda valentine box for collecting all those valentines!


  • If you don’t have white construction paper, you can use regular white paper. You may just need two layers so the colors on the cereal box don’t show through.
  • Want to make your panda even fancier? Use black glitter cardstock for the ears and face.
  • Change up the bow and let the kids pick their favorite colors.
  • While I linked to all the products on Amazon to make things easy, you will get them for a lot less shopping at places like Walmart or Michaels.

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I love how this adorable panda bear turned out and the best part is that the kids can have fun making their own box with minimal help!

Now the big question is…what kind of Valentine boxes should we make next???

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