DIY Valentine Chocolate Boxes For Candy and Craft Loving Kids

These DIY Valentine Chocolate Boxes are so adorable! My son and I decided to spice up a two-dollar box of simple valentines and make a miniature box of chocolates. The craft paid off tenfold! 

Since this is such an inexpensive gift, we made a few to give to my son’s favorite people. Not only is this craft easy on the wallet, it’s pretty simple as well.

DIY Valentine Box of Chocolates

DIY Valentine Chocolate Boxes

This is a gift your kids will love making… and everyone else will love receiving! Be sure to save one for Mom or Dad! I really am pretty sure this would be my favorite Valentine’s Day present. I know I’m not alone on my love for chocolate!

You Only Need a Few Supplies

  • An empty soap box
  • Tissue paper (or wrapping paper, or scrapbook paper…)
  • A box of inexpensive valentines
  • Candy
  • Stickers
  • Tape
  • Scissors

DIY Valentine Box of Chocolates

How to Make Valentine Chocolate Boxes

Now that you have gathered your supplies, cut the red tissue paper and wrap the box like a present. Make sure to leave the top flap unwrapped.

Then, tape a valentine card on the top. The card doesn’t have to be anything fancy. You can even print one out and color it yourself!

Now it’s time to fill with your favorite chocolate candies. I recommend chocolate kisses. They’re on theme, individually wrapped, and perfectly sized. There are other great options, though. Mini peanut butter cups sure would be good.

The final step is to seal the box with a heart sticker. Easy!

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What kind of chocolates did your kids choose for their DIY Valentine Chocolate Boxes? How many chocolates did you eat in the making of this gift? Let us know in the comments!

7 Comments

  1. neat idea to repurpose what you already have.

  2. This is so cute! Your son did a great job. Thanks for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

  3. This is such a sweet idea. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog hop. Big Hugs ?

  4. This is great! Creative, crafty and green!

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

  5. Thank so much for linking up at Mom’s Library this week. I featured your project over at Meaningful Mama. Great ideas deserve to be highlighted. Thanks for sharing your talents.

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