I like to get Valentine’s boxes squared away early – actually I like to get most school projects squared away early – because I am a much better helping parent when it’s not last minute and we’re not all frustrated. I was looking back at pictures and realized Hunter has only had one year where the teacher asked that they bring a box. The other years they decorated paper bags at class. I’m all for simplification, but I’m also a creative. To be honest, when you have three kids in elementary school, it helps if one of the teachers goes simple!

Here’s a few Valentine’s boxes from our past as well as a few from pinterest that have caught my eye – just in case my kids need to create something this year. 🙂

 

Valentine's Bumble Bee Box

Valentines Day Box – Bumble Bee

 

Valentine's Candy Box

Valentines Day Box – Candy Jar

 

Valentine's Magformers Box

Valentines Day Box – Magformers Box

 

Valentine's Lego Box

Valentines Day Box – Lego Box

 

Valentine's Box; Popcorn bucket

Valentines Day Box – Popcorn bucket

Gumball Valentine's Box

Valentines Day Box – Gum Ball Machine

 

 

Here’s a few that caught my eye on Pinterest. Here’s to hoping at least some of my kids need a Valentine’s Day Box so we can do one of these!

Creative Valentine's Boxes

Valentine’s Day Box – Vending Machine

 


Creative Valentine's Boxes

Valentine’s Day Box – Hot Air Balloon (gigglesgalore.net)


Creative Valentine's Boxes

Valentine’s Day Box -Kid’s faces (smallfryblog.com)

Creative Valentine's Boxes

Valentine’s Day Box – Giraffe 

Creative Valentine's Boxes

Valentine’s Day Box – Cupcake (Adorneventstyling.blogspot.com)

Creative Valentine's Boxes

Valentine’s Day Box – Nerf Dart

Creative Valentine's Boxes

Valentine’s Day Box – Pirate Ship

Creative Valentine's Boxes

Valentine’s Day Box – Pig

 

Creative Valentine's Boxes

 

Valentine’s Day Box – Monster (Daniellesplace.com)

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