Need Valentine’s Day boxes for school? Why not check out these fun ideas!
I love making Valentine’s Day Boxes. In fact, I think I love making them even more than my kids do! That’s why, when I was invited to make Valentine crafts on Sarasota’s Suncoast View, it was the first thing that came to mind! I went a little overboard but I had a blast making Valentine Boxes with a variety of themes from Sponge Bob to Chewbacca. If you’re looking for some fun ideas, you may want to check these out.
Most of these were really easy and some even have printable templates for tracing or coloring. My favorite was the Monster Book Of Monsters but that did take a little longer so be sure to set aside some extra time if you’re making that one. That being said, all of these were a lot of fun to make and I hope your kids have fun making their favorite!
Super Cute Ideas For Valentine’s Day Boxes
This Monster Book Of Monsters box may have taken the most time, but it’s by far my favorite Valentine box idea! Little Harry Potter fans will love making this one!
If you want a Harry Potter valentine box that’s a little easier to make, this one is super cute and all you need is construction paper, glue and scissors.
Want something a little more girly? How cute is this colorful owl valentine box?!
Since we had fur left over from our Monster Book Of Monsters valentine box we decided to make a Star Wars Valentine box too.
I had so much fun making a unicorn pumpkin for Halloween, I knew we needed a Unicorn valentine box too!
This cute heart shaped valentine box has a printable template to make this super easy to put together.
Who doesn’t love Sponge Bob, right? This craft also has a printable template so you can just trace and cut.
My daughters have about 5 million Shopkins (only a slight exaggeration) so we picked one of our favorites to make a Shopkins Valentine box.
If your little girls love princesses, they’ll have a blast making this cute princess box.
This was originally made to hold box tops but it makes a great valentine box too!
Can you tell we love Shopkins? This was also originally made to hold box tops but it’s also perfect for valentine cards.
See how we made the Sponge Bob and Heart Shaped Valentine’s Day boxes on Suncoast View:
Which one of these Valentine’s Day boxes do you think your kids would love most? Have you gotten crafty with these in the past? Share a picture in the comments!
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