Valentine’s Day Card & Candy Collection Box Tutorial

Valentine's Day Card & Candy Collection Box Tutorial 

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and I don’t want you to feel like you have to go out buy a cute v-day storage box for the craft store. I want to inspire you to either make one for your child or supply your little one with some supplies so they can make their own.

Making a Valentine’s Day Card and Candy Collection Box is really super easy. (Tweet This) If you can wrap a present, you can make a Valentine’s Day Card and Candy Collection Box. 

To start you’ll need:

Valentine's Day Card & Candy Collection Box Tutorial

1. Start by tracing and cutting out a rectangular opening on the top of your box. I used an envelope to determine how long to make my opening and made the opening wide enough to fit a candy bar.

2. Next, cut a piece of sparkly pink wrapping paper twice the width of your box. Then wrap the box with the sparkly pink wrapping paper or a color that works best for your child and secure it with hot glue.

3. Now find the card opening and cut away to wrapping paper covering it. Just made a slit down the middle and fold the excess paper from the slit, into the box.

4. Using scrapbook paper, make a heart the length of your opening. Next, I cut the heart in half and attach one side of the heart to either side of the opening.
Valentine's Day Card & Candy Collection Box TutorialFinally, embellish to edges using bling on a roll. You can use buttons or any craft item you have on hand.
Valentine's Day Card & Candy Collection Box Tutorial

After Valentine’s Day, you can use the box to write and receive love notes back and forth with your kids. Just place the box in a central location with some envelopes, pens, and paper. 

Valentine's Day Card & Candy Collection Box Tutorial
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  1. So cute! My girls want to do something like this for art so I think we will have to. I remember making them in school, now they dont really do them anymore around where I live. Holidays aren't what they used to be! – Jeanine

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