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An Easy Valentine’s Box

| February 4, 2015 | 6 Comments

I love Valentine’s Day. As a kid, my family was totally into it. Well, I guess it was my mom that was the most into it and by default we all were. Check out this photo. I can’t believe it! The hats? the table cloth? Dad’s moustache? Mum’s hair? Oh my! This is Valentine’s Day to the extreme.

However, now that I’m a mom I’m all over the cheesy celebratory dinner and sharing of the love. As kids, we had a Valentine’s Day box. We would decorate it and place small little presents inside for each other.

So, while shopping at Target the other day I cam across this red box for $2! Perfect for a Valentine’s Day box.

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One night after dinner I whipped out the red box and the boys decorated it with stickers, glitter and markers. This is an adorable way to get your kiddies working together and creating something for love.

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Now the kids can make cute little gifts to put inside for one another or we can head over to the dollar store and they can pick what they want to give their siblings for love day 🙂

How easy is that craft? The kids love it, it looks adorable and made with tender loving care.

Keep it Beautiful.
Alicia

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Category: Arts & Crafts, Stuff of Interest, Themes, Valentine's Day, Valentine's Day Crafts

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  1. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    That’s an adorable idea!

  2. kathy downey says:

    Thanks for the box idea,when the kids come we are going to Make a bunny box for Easter

  3. kathy downey says:

    Perfect idea

  4. Victoria Ess says:

    Ooo this is a great use for an old shoebox! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Anne Taylor says:

    What a beautiful keepsake! Very easy and really affordable! I’ll remember this next year for my grandkids! Thanks

  6. Wanda Tracey says:

    I love this super cute idea for using a shoe box.The kids will like this!!

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