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If you have an empty tissue box (and who doesn't in the winter?), you can make these easy and pretty Valentine boxes with kids. All you need is some paper, heart-shape paper punches or stickers, and presto! You'll have a pretty box to hold all those Valentines your child gets from school.
02 of 06
These super-easy Valentine card holder envelopes can be made in 7 simple steps. Learn how!
03 of 06
Where to put all those school Valentines? Learn how to make this pretty and super-useful paper mailbox Valentine box in just 7 simple steps.
04 of 06
How to Make a Shoe Box Valentine Box in 4 Easy Steps
Kids bring home lots of Valentines from school. If you have an old shoe box, you can make this pretty Valentine box to store all those Valentine cards. It's easy and fun--the perfect Valentine craft for kids!Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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You can make these pretty Valentine boxes in 3 easy steps. All you need is a cereal box, colored paper, and hearts (made with a paper punch or cut out by hand). Easy and so pretty!
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Valentine's Day "Because Box"
This wonderful idea for a box of love notes for someone special in your life comes from artist Sandra Magsamen. Take a small empty box and decorate it with glued on ribbons, glitter, dried flowers, decorative paper -- whatever you like. Some suggestions for notes that complete the phrase "I love you because…" include "…you make me laugh" or "you listen to me."
Around Valentine's Day, Valentine boxes can be a decorative and handy place to put kids' Valentine's greetings and treats. Grade-school age kids receive lots of Valentines from classmates, friends, and family, and these Valentine box ideas can help parents organize everything neatly. Create these fun, easy-to-make Valentine boxes with your child for a fun Valentine's Day craft project.