How to make Valentines box and Valentine holder with your kids for home or school.  These creative Valentine box ideas include envelopesmailbox and even a Valentine monster.

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Valentines Box

Unicorn Valentine Box

1.  Unicorn Valentine Box ~ This Unicorn Valentine box is absolutely darling!  It was constructed from an empty cardboard box, tissue paper and glitter paper.

Hot Air Balloon Valentine Basket

2.  Hot Air Balloon Valentine Basket ~ Up, up and away with this adorable diy hot air balloon valentine basket.  The basket is perfect for holding the cards. 

Ruffle Cake Valentine Box

3.  Ruffle Cake Valentine Box ~ Crepe paper isn’t just for party decor!  Layer it in rows to make gorgeous ruffles.  

Cupcake Valentine Box

4.  Cupcake Valentine Box ~ Inspired by a birthday cake this Cupcake Valentine Box with ruffled frosting is absolutely scrumptious!

Gumball Valentine Box

5.  Gumball Valentine Box ~ This gumball machine is pure genius!  An empty oatmeal container was used to make the frame with a plastic fish bowl to hold the gumballs.     

Valentine Holder 

Frog Prince Valentine Holder

6.  Frog Prince Valentine Holder ~ Could this Frog Prince Valentine box be more adorable?!  Ribbit, of course not!  Transform a milk jug into this little frog prince box!

Fox Valentine Box

7.  Fox Valentine Box ~ Transform a tissue box into an adorable fox Valentine holder using scrapbook paper and elmers glue. 

Robot Valentine Holder

8.  Robot Valentine Holder ~ So stink in’ cute!  I *heart* this lovebot box.  This cutie uses two boxes, paper towel dowels, silver paint and pipe cleaners.  This would also be adorable as a centerpiece.

Bucket Valentine Card Holder

9.  Bucket Valentine Card Holder ~ A simple pail is perfect for holding a bucket full of love notes. Use your silhouette or cricut to add vinyl lettering.  They can be reused year after year!  {{wink}}     

Preschool Valentine Crafts

Chalkboard Lego Valentine Box

10.  Chalkboard Lego Valentine Box ~ Lego lovers will adore this Valentine box.  You can either spray paint a shoe box or cover it in black paper.

R2D2 Valentine Card Holder

11.  R2D2 Valentine Card Holder ~ Transform a shoebox into this awesome R2D2.  Some additional supplies you’ll need is paint, cardstock and adhesive.

Minecraft Valentine's Day Box

12.  Minecraft Valentine’s Day Box ~ A simple Valentine box that doesn’t require a lot of cutting, only a slit on top.  Mark out a grid and get to painting the squares.

Minion Valentine's Day Box

13.  Minion Valentine’s Day Box ~ Minions are the perfect Valentine box for Despicable Me fans! It’s made from an empty oatmeal container, construction paper and mason jar ring. 

Valentines Day Box

Happy Camper Valentine

14.  Happy Camper Valentine ~ Recycle cardboard into this adorable Happy Camper Valentine box.

Valentine Envelope

Minion Valentine's Day Box

15.  DIY Valentine Canvas Envelope ~ I love this more substantial take on a valentine. You can fill the canvas envelope with little goodies and/or a love note. These would be so fun to pass out at a classroom party or to give to your own kids as a little something “special”. A pictured tutorial shows you how to sew your own easy envelopes.

Valentine Monster

Monster Valentine Box

16.  Monster Valentine Box ~ Boys and girls are gonna love this one!  Paint an old tissue box or cover it with construction paint.  Foam legs and pipe cleaners for the arms.  The styrofoam googly eyes are fantastic.

Valentine Mailbox

Valentine Mailbox

17.  Valentine Mailbox ~ Recycle priority mail boxes into these adorable Valentine holders.  Children can decorate the boxes with paper, stickers and other embellishments.

Valentine Candlestick Mailbox

18.  Valentine Candlestick Mailbox ~ Cute, easy and Inexpensive! What could be better in a craft?  A tin mailbox attached to a candlestick for the base.  The results are super cute and fun for the Valentine’s holiday.  

 

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