Make an adorable Valentine’s Day printable box with this free printable Valentine’s box template.
With our free printable template and step by step instructions you’ll be able to make a cute little Valentine’s Day box quickly and easily.
These print and fold boxes use the same technique as our printable Christmas boxes they are just a little bit smaller, perfect for a small Valentine’s day treat!
Where we live, Valentines day is only about romantic love and over priced flowers, and gifts, so it’s never really been my thing.
I wish we celebrated love in a broader sense though. I wish we celebrated the awesomeness of a good friend, or the love you hope your kids to have for each other. If Valentines day encouraged those more of that kinds of love, then I could totally get into it.
So I’m taking the bull by the horns and making Valentines Day more than just a day that makes you feel bad if you don’t have a partner and I’m encouraging you all to share some love, whatever type of love that may be!
To help share the love with all of you I’ve made these super cute little Valentine’s Day print and fold gift boxes!
Another fun way you could share some love this Valentine’s Day is with one of these easy Valentine’s Activities for kids, or by making this super cute paper dog Valentine’s craft, or try this Valentine’s heart sun catcher craft!
To make one of these adorable little Valentine’s Day gift boxes you’ll only need a few supplies.
- paper or light cardstock
- free printable box template (see below to download)
You can use regular printer paper to make these Valentine’s boxes, or you can use light cardstock. Don’t use anything too heavy or it will make folding the boxes a little tricky.
We use a regular desktop inkjet printer to print the templates.
How to Make a Printable Valentine’s Box.
One you have downloaded the free printable Valentine’s Day box template you’ll need to choose which box designs you want to make. Once you have decided, print the template for the top of the box, then turn it over, and print the design for the top of your box on the other side of the paper. Follow the same steps for the bottom of your box, then cut out the squares and you are ready to fold.
Folding the boxes looks tricky, but once you have done one you’ll find it’s really quite simple!
Follow the folding instructions on the image below.
You may want to add a dab of glue under the last folds to keep them in place.
Free Printable Valentine’s Box Template.
There are three different designs for the top of the Valentine’s boxes, and three for the bottom, so you can mix and match designs and colours as much as you like. The pdf also includes the printable template for the top and bottom of the box to make sizing and folding the boxes super easy.
This printable is an A4 sized pdf file, you will need a pdf reader such as adobe acrobat to open it. It will fit to print on US ‘letter sized’ paper, just be sure to select ‘fit’ or ‘shrink to fit’ from your printer options to allow for printer margins.
Please remember that the printables at picklebums.com are for personal use only, you may not sell, share, or link directly to these files.
Ideas for What to Put in your Valentine’s Boxes.
These Valentine’s Day boxes are perfect for a small gift.
You don’t have to give a huge gift to show someone how much you love and appreciate them, just a little something special is perfect. It could be something you have made, or a small treat.
Here are some ideas of some little things you could put in your Valentine’s Box:
- chocolate or candy
- a handwritten note saying all the things you love about them
- a coupon for a special day out or something they’d love you to do for them.
- tickets to a show or activity
- a photo of you and your loved one
- If you are giving to a child any small toy or treat eg. stickers, matchbox car, erasers etc.
More Ways to Share Some Love.
If you are looking for some more fun ways to share love without overpriced flowers and romance this Valentine’s Day try one of these fun and easy Valentine’s Day activities and ideas or check out one of these ideas: