The Best Valentine Box Ideas you can make at home, your kids will LOVE putting their cards in including unicorns, Pikachu, robots, and more.
You and your kiddos will have an absolute blast creating these Valentine’s Day Box ideas. Valentine’s Day is always so much fun and the kids get so many cards, toys, and treats. Making their very own box to keep their Valentine’s in will definitely have your young children in the mood to celebrate. Ideas include a cute pickup truck Valentine box, rocket, unicorn, bee, and favorite characters like Baby Yoda, Sponge Bob, Pikachu and more!
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The BEST Valentine Box Ideas for Kids to Make
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Everyone loves Baby Yoda, so I’m sure a Baby Yoda Valentine’s Day Box will be full of cards in no time from Fun Money Mom.
If you’re looking for a super creative Valentine card box idea, be sure to check out this super cute Sloth Valentine Card Box from Artsy Fartsy Mama.
Check out this awesome Taco Valentine Card Box from Artsy Fartsy Mama to hold all those sweet notes from classmates from your kiddo’s Valentine’s Day party!
This adorable Teddy Bear Valentine Mailbox from Meaningful Mama is super simple to make and made mostly of Dollar Store or basic school materials.
This Easy DIY Valentine’s Day Box from Ottawa Mommy Club is a simple and fun activity that the entire family can do together and help everyone appreciate love and learn to demonstrate affection for others.
The kids will have a hoot, watching their Owl Valentine Box fill up with cards from It Happens in a Blink.
This Red Pickup Truck Valentine Box from Craft Rocker is a fun and unique way for your little one to collect his or her Valentines this year!
If your kiddo likes Narwhals, then this Valentine Box is sure to make them happy by Fun365.
Create this adorable Rainbow Unicorn Valentine Box from Craft Rocker for your magic-loving kids this Valentine’s Day from a recycled apple sauce box!
Turn a cereal box into a heart-shaped hanging basket to hold all of your Valentine’s greetings with these super cute Valentine Heart Letter Boxes from Crafts by Amanda.
Take a bite out of love with a Shark Valentine Box by Pink Stripey Socks.
If your kiddo loves building, this Lego Valentine’s Day Box is sure to suit their fancy from Red Ted Art.
If you are looking for a fun craft for Valentine’s Day, check out this XOXO Valentines Day Box craft from Where’d My Sanity Go that only takes a few supplies from your local Dollar Store.
This easy DIY Unicorn Valentine Card Box from Mom Brite is perfect for your little one to take to school and store Valentine’s Day cards they will receive from their friends and classmates.
The kids will go nuts-and-bolts over this fun Robot Valentine Box by Natural Beach Living.
Your kiddos can put a special something in a safe place for each family member around the house with this adorable mailbox style DIY Valentine Box from Simply Stacie.
Me want banana! and Valentine Cards with this fun Valentine Minion Box by Birthday Blueprint.
These Valentine Origami Boxes from Confessions of an Overworked Mom are super fun to make and can be recycled once the holiday is over.
A Rubix Cubes Box makes a square box look so cute by Peppermint Plum
Ahoy! Get ready to make a SpongeBob Box watching this easy video tutorial by D&A Crafts.
These simple and beautiful Woven Heart Baskets from How Wee Learn will be so much fun to make with your little ones this year.
See how to make this darling Bee Valentine Box from I Heart Crafty Things that will add a perfect touch to Valentine’s Day this year.
Pete the Cat is ready for Valentine’s Day with this book inspired Valentine’s Day box from Books and Giggles.
Take a bite out of Valentine’s with an Alligator Box by Crayon Box Chronicles.
If your kiddo has, “got to catch ’em all,” then a Pikachu Valentine’s Box is going to do just the trick by Crafty Morning.