12 DIY Valentine’s Day Box Ideas for School
12 Easy Valentine Boxes for School
It’s nearly that time of year and the kids will soon be bringing home their lists of classmates for Valentine’s Day. This means they’ll also want to make a super awesome Valentine’s Day box to put all their Valentines in for the big day.
My usual first reaction to this “assignment” is SIGH. That is mostly because I’m not a crafty lady. BUT that’s what Pinterest is for, right?!
Making a DIY Valentine box really doesn’t have to be a headache! AND if you’re like me, you probably have a kid that loves dropping these sorts of things on you at the last minute. Well, worry not because there is a box for that too!
You probably already have most of the supplies you’ll need to bust one of these DIY card boxes out, and by the end of this post, you can get to work. Make sure to get your child involved as well so they can appreciate the box to the fullest!
P.S. If you need more Valentines Day Ideas, go check out our Valentines Day hub, full of deals, crafts, and recipes!
Here are some basic supplies you may need:
- Shoebox (or cereal boxes)
- Construction paper
- Google eyes
- Glue or hot glue
1. R2D2 Valentine’s Day Box
Made from 3 simple pieces of supplies (including a garbage can) we have the R2D2 Valentine’s Day Box from The Joys of Boys. How awesome and easy is this one?! I just LOVE it!!
2. Butterfly Valentine’s Day Mailbox
Next up, the Butterfly Valentine’s Day Mailbox from I Heart Crafty Things. This Valentine’s Day box has a longer list of supplies than the R2D2 one, but you can totally find everything you need at any Dollar Tree!
3. Unicorn Valentine’s Card Box
Look at this stinkin’ super cute Unicorn Valentine’s Card Box from Design Dazzle! Now I admit, this one may be a bit in depth but it’s a UNICORN! You just can’t beat a unicorn!
4. Olaf Valentine’s Day Box
Who doesn’t ❤️ Olaf! This Disney Frozen Olaf Valentine’s Day Mailbox from Mom Endeavors is just awesome. I mean, doesn’t everyone wanna give a snowman a valentine?
P.S. If you’re a big Frozen fan, check out our other Frozen printables!
5. Robot DIY Valentine Box
Check out this Robot Valentine’s Day Box from B-Inspired Mama, it’s made from an empty tissue box! This is another great and easy one that can be done with supplies from Dollar Tree!
6. Simple DIY Valentine Box
7. Monster Valentine’s Day Box
This Valentine’s Day Card Box from Living Well Mom is just hilarious looking. How can a monster look so cute? The kids can help you out with this one and customize it however they want with construction paper.
8. Rocket Booster Valentine Box
Ok… how cool is this!? This Rocket Booster Valentine box from One Creative Mommy ends up being a backpack and it makes it look like you have a jetpack on! This is really one of a kind, I haven’t seen anything like it before!
9. Lego Block Valentine’s Day Box
What kid doesn’t like Lego? This awesome Lego Block Valentine’s Day Box for Kids from Coffee Cups and Crayons can be customized to any color you want and it’s made simply from a shoebox! So easy.
10. Puppy Valentine’s Day Card Box
This Puppy Valentine’s Day Card Box from Must Have Mom is another simple one but it looks great. You could probably customize the color of the dog as well, you’d just need some different color card stock.
11. Pokemon DIY Valentine Box
After all these years, Pokemon is still extremely popular! This Pokemon Valentine Box from Eclectic Momsense looks like a big Pokemon treasure chest and it only requires 6 different supplies to make it.
12. Minion Valentine’s Box
This Minions Valentine’s Box from Staying Close to Home is a really easy one to throw together last minute, requiring only a shoe box, some yellow wrapping paper, black tape, and some felts. The finished result is a funny one-eyed minion!
There you go! Are you feeling inspired? I almost want to make a Valentines Day box just for myself! That’d be fun to get love notes from my kids. 🙂 Somedays moms just need that! ❤️
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