DIY Valentine’s Day Treat Box Valentine Kids Craft
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DIY Valentine’s Day Treat Box

DIY Valentine’s Day Treat Box

If you are holding any Valentine’s Day festivities at your home this season, these simple treat boxes will accompany them perfectly. Great for giving as party favors, these treat boxes are easy and inexpensive to make but still offer a feeling of handcrafted goodness. Take a peek below at how simple it is to create these, and get inspired to whip some up for your next gathering. We hope that you love this DIY Valentine’s Day Treat Box.

 

DIY Valentine’s Day Treat Box

DIY Valentine’s Day Treat Box

 

Supplies

  • Cardboard roll or tube (paper towel rolls work great!)
  • Assorted scrapbook paper in a Valentine’s Day theme
  • Glitter foam
  • Conversation hearts
  • Craft glue
  • Scissors

 

Directions

1. Begin by cutting the cardboard roll into 4 inch pieces. This will allow plenty of room for treats. Your scissors should be able to handle this job just fine.

2. Next, roll your cardboard tube in a piece of scrapbook paper. Cut the paper to fit and secure it to the roll with glue.

3. Now, you are going to fold in one end of your roll. To do this, bend in the edge of one side towards the center, and bend the opposite end directly on top of it. Secure the top flap to the first flap with a generous amount of craft glue.

4. In the open end, fill your treat box with treats such as chocolate kisses, handwritten fortunes, or conversation hearts. You will then close the opened end of the tube using the same procedure as described in step 3.

5. Finish the treat box by cutting a strip of glitter foam and wrapping around the box. Secure it with glue. You can layer an additional strip on top of the first if you wish to add more interest.

6. Embellish the box with a conversation heart. Just add a dab of glue and press it until secured. It is the perfect touch!

 

Your Valentine’s Day treat box is now ready for use. Display these in a basket as guests arrive, pass them out at parties, or place one at each place setting. They are a fun and festive way to get into the Valentine’s Day spirit! We hope that you are inspired by this DIY Valentine’s Day Treat Box. Happy Valentine's Day!

 

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  1. This little treat box is just so cute! I want to try to make one for my daughter to surprise her on Valentine’s Day 🙂

  2. I would have never guessed that started out as a paper towel tube. It’s super cute!

  3. What a super cute idea, love the glitter!

  4. That is so super creative! Turned out so cute and definitely a great way to repurpose something!!!

  5. Pam

    This is such a cute and easy Valentine’s project. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Very cute project for Valentine’s Day.

  7. Very cute project for Valentine’s Day.

  8. That is so cute. Love the way you upcycled the toilet paper roll!

  9. I always used to make these when I was like 10 or 11. I had this tool for pressing the edges and I’d make my own little boxes for treats. 🙂

  10. Super cute project for the kids.. I know my princess would love to make them for her friends..thanks for a great idea.. can’t wait to make them and have her decorate them…

  11. How super cute. I might have to make one of these with my daughter. Thanks for the how to.

  12. Very cute and would be perfect to do at school.

  13. too funny stacie! we just made these today. huge mess. (we’re messy here) but it was fun

  14. Katy Rawson

    Such a cute idea! I’ll have to add this to my list of things to do with my daughter.

  15. These are adorable! I like this idea and will be sharing with my kids!

  16. This is such a cute idea. I love it because my daughter could do it herself and would have so much fun.

  17. This Valentine’s Day box is so dang cute! So much fun to make and share

  18. I love all of the glitter! This would be a great little craft project, I would love to make this with my daughter.

  19. Oh my goodness, what a super cute way to give out Valentine treats. I love that, Stacie!

  20. Rosie

    so cute! as a crafter, I get supplies ahead and need to start stockpiling the tubes!!!

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