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DIY Valentine’s Day Favor Box

Posted on January 20, 2014 by Camila


Sometimes the simplest details say much more since we put a lot of love making them ourselves. What do you think about a favor box full of surprises for this Valentine’s Day? This is a cute craft from the past that I love so much I wanted to update it and share it again.

 DIY Valentine’s Day Favor Box

 DIY Valentine’s Day Favor Box Tutorials and Printable
DIY: Cajita sorpresa! Un detalle simple y rápido para San Valentín.
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This box is super easy to make and do not need many supplies. It’s also perfect to make with kids.

 I love, love, love giving gifts made with my hands, but even when you buy something you can put a little of yourself wrapping it. So a favor box make the trick and the possibilities are endless.

You will need:



  • Cardstock {plain or patterned depends on each person}.
  • 
Scissors or Cutter.

  • Hot Glue gun
  • White 
Ribbon, laces, or anything you like to decorate.



I made a printable template of the box and the lid that can be downloaded HERE if you want but it is so easy that you can sure do without the template.



I used some cute digital papers from Clementine Digitals. I just love her creations.

Firstly print the template directly on the back of the cardboard you want to use. And the lid can be printed in a different or plain cardboard to add some contrast.

 Once everything is printed, cut the leftovers and fold along the dashed line to give the main box shape.
Then the corners should be folded towards inside the box.


The lid is made the same way we made the box but here we apply a bit of glue on the corners because the cover is what keeps the box together.  
Then decorate the with white grosgrain ribbon to make a cool contrast. Glue everything with hot glue and add a cute ribbon bow to make it cute.


Once it’s ready, decorate the inside {I used some flowers and hearts cutouts and I wrote some loving messages}, you can add any decorative papers, or silhouettes as you like.

 
When both, box and lid are ready put some candies, and/or gifts, whatever you would like to give to your loving one.



Done! A simple but cute little gift full of love!


I hope you liked it ! What do you think??? Cute or what???
If you like this project you might also like these too {click on the images}
http://titicrafty.com/2014/01/we-heart-you-wall-art-love-for-kids-free-printable/http://titicrafty.com/2014/01/18-cute-easy-kids-valentines-day-crafts-the-weekly-round-up/http://titicrafty.com/2014/01/our-love-valentines-day-photo-frame-with-free-printable/

I LOVE your opinion and comments, it totally makes my day, it gives me a huge motivation to keep making fun stuff and crafts!!!
Tu opinión y comentarios hacen mi diá más feliz, me da mucha motivación para seguir haciendo colsas divertidas y manualidades!!!

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Till next time!!! =D
Hasta la próxima!!! =D

Cami

 I LOVE your opinion and comments, it totally makes my day, it gives me a huge motivation to keep making fun stuff and crafts!!!

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Till next time!!! =D

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14 Responses to “DIY Valentine’s Day Favor Box”

  1. Awww I love this project! So glad you shared!

  2. Allie Bobe says:

    Very cute! Will you share this today on Worthwhile Wednesdays? http://thecraftiestallie.blogspot.com/2014/01/1-worthwhile-wednesdays-link-party.html
    Thanks,
    Allie

  3. What a cute little fun box! I love paper crafting! It’s been pinned to the party boards! Marti

  4. Mary Cebula says:

    This is such a cute idea! I never thought of making my own boxes! I love how you give specific directions too, I definitely need those! Mary

  5. What a cute idea! I’m going to use this to place little surprises throughout the house on Valentine’s Day…candy, cookies, notes! Thanks!

  6. Great idea. Have a great week and thanks for sharing at Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Debi and Charly

  7. What a nice idea to make the Valentine Gift box and your tutorial is great. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick
    http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

  8. Great tutorial! You make some of the greatest, cutest, craftiest things. Glad you link up to us at Snickerdoodle Sunday!

  9. Absolutely marvelous tutorial! Very detailed and easy to follow! Thanks for linking up with us at the Create Link Inspire party! You were featured today!! http://www.marvelousmommy.com/2014/02/10-valentines-day-diy-projects/

  10. This is awesome! And you explained it so well. I can be a bit directionally-impaired with making such great looking boxes. Thank you for linking up to Ladies Only Blog Share Link Party!

  11. Love this so much! I featured you today on the Ginger Jamboree. Feel free to grab a “featured” button from my sidebar!

  12. Hi Cami! I’m stopping in from Let’s Get Real today. These boxes are really adorable. This would be a great project for my Girl Scouts. They will have a ball making them.

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