Check out these 10 Creative Valentine’s Day Box Ideas below! I would love for your to share any creative ideas you have as well!
I remember being excited as a child to dig out the doilies and red construction paper to create our Valentine’s Day Boxes. It makes me sad that I don’t get to do that with my own kiddos for their school parties (they do them in class with their teachers now).
So, I decided to look up some Creative Valentine’s Day Box Ideas and live vicariously through others! There are tons of ideas using things we already have it home which is awesome.
Creative Valentine’s Day Box Ideas
#1 If you have any saltine crackers boxes lying around, you can make this Valentine’s Day Locker Box!
#2 Dance the day away with an IPOD Valentine’s Day Box like the one that Mommy Lessons 101 made!
#3 This Valentine’s Day Bird House Box from Make-It-Do is fun and you could decorate and personalize it in tons of different ways!
#4 The Luv Bug Valentine’s Day Card Holder from Apples4TheTeacher only needs a paper bag to get started! His arms are my favorite!
#5 Pokemon fans will love this Pikachu Valentine’s Day Box.
#6 We all have cereal in the stockpile and these Cereal Box Valentine’s Day Boxes from Plaid Online would turn them into adorable creations!
#7 This Valentine’s Day Mailbox from Fiskars is too stinkin’ cute and looks super easy to decorate! Think off all the fun you could have with Sharpies!
#8 LEGO Builders will like this LEGO Valentine’s Day Box that The Pretty Poppy made! Tons of space for cards too!
#9 Turn your empty tissue box into a Pretty Unicorn Valentine’s Day Box from DIYCuteness!
#10 This Despicable Me Minion Valentine’s Day Mailbox from Instructables is awesome!
For even more Valentine’s Day fun, check out 14 Kid-Friendly Valentine’s Day Breakfasts!
What are your favorite Creative Valentine’s Day Box Ideas?
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Those are so cute but I don’t think many schools do valentine boxes.the kids don’t do many fun things in school
Thanks for the great ideas. Believe it or not. fourth graders still LOVE exchanging cards. I am going to have my students save tissue boxes and then decorate them. There are so many creative ideas here that will get them started and we can help move them forward…toaster, car, animal, anything with a mouth…
If you don’t have classroom time, then make it a fun “optional” homework assignment that will get them away from the TV.
I LUV THESE IDEAS! (I really liked the minion one)
shannon smith says
I luv these ideas too !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Heather Jacobs says
OMG I love the Tow Mater I might make it for myself just to make it. Thanks for sharing on Hope In Every Season.
Great roundup! Holly 🙂
what a fun roundup! i love the mater one!
Cindy Eikenberg says
Hi Lisa! My kids are grown and I totally miss making Valentine boxes with them, so I loved seeing these! Thank you so much for sharing at Best of the Weekend – pinning! Hope you had a great weekend and enjoy your week!
leigh powell hines says
Those are some adorable boxes. #smallvictories
I really miss that part of teaching- the arts and crafts! Fortunately, we were still able to do them in Kg.
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[email protected] Freshman Cook says
Oh my goodness! These are all so cute and creative! Love them all!! Thanks so much for sharing at Celebrate It!
This is an amazing idea! Thanks for sharing. Hi, I’m Anita visiting from Creative Ways Link Party.
Theresa @DearCreatives says
Super cute. Pinned & shared. Thanks for joining the Inspiration Spotlight party. Hope to see you again.
Terrific ideas – congrats on the feature at Happiness Is Homemade this week! 🙂