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Valentine's Crafts for your Kids


We have some awesome new valentines crafts for your kids. This year we have created three fun Valentine’s Boxes using Apple Barrel paints. They are the Pizza Valentine’s Day Box, Princess Castle Valentine’s Day Box, and the Monster Valentine’s Day Box. Pizza


Pizza Valentine’s Day Box - Take a pizza of your heart with this awesome pizza Valentine’s box. This easy to make box is made form a round box you can get at your local craft store.

Princess Castle Valentine’s Day Box - Make your princess this Princess Castle Valentine’s Box. Bring out some bling with FolkArt Glitterific!


Monster Valentine’s Day Box - Make sure your little monster has a cute box to collect all his or her Valentine's Day cards -

You can also make these classic boxes:


Llama Valentine’s Day Box - Everyone loves Llamas! Make this fluffy and fun Llama box out of an old oatmeal box.


Unicorn DIY Valentine’s Day Box - captivate your child's imagination with this box made out of a facial tissue box. DIY


DIY Valentine’s Day Box - Puppy - Have your kid's box win "Best in Show!" with this Valentine’s Day box.


Cereal Box Valentine’s Day Box - Looking for an eco-friendly box? Turn leftover cereal boxes into cute Valentine boxes.

Find more Valentine's Day projects on our Valentine’s Day Projects
Posted: 1/30/2019 12:55:43 PM by Tim Goleman | with 0 comments

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