Boxes, baskets, pouches and cones become Valentine gift wrap ideas. Add a big red bow, or a bow with a big heart.
Valentine’s Day is a fun reason for decorating boxes, baskets and other containers to hold sweet treats and Valentine gifts.
You can also decorate paper bags or make fun baskets or containers with newspaper painted red or pink.
Use anything red, pink, lacy, or frilly to make bows and embellishments. Let your kids cut out lots of hearts.
Plastic bags or magazine pages can make colorful bows or ribbons.
Recycle what you have and be creative with it to make unique Valentine gift wrap.
Valentine Countdown Pouches
This is a nice idea: make Valentine countdown pouches to add sweet thoughts, encouragement, or small gifts for loved ones.
Valentine Gift Pouch
Stitch a Valentine gift pouch with 2 heart shapes cut from red plastic plates, craft foam, or card stock.
Craft Foam Treat Pouches
Use a sheet of craft foam to make a craft foam treat pouch, then embellish and personalize it before filling with treats.
Valentine Doily Gift Bags
Put together pretty Valentine doily gift bags using red paper bags and white doilies.
Download this hanging heart template to make a Valentine basket to hold treats.
Valentine Heart Box
Create this easy Valentine heart box by cutting out some hearts just larger than a small box you want to use.
Heart Favor Box
Make this easy heart favor box to hold some sweet treats or small gifts, or even a bunch of hearts with heart-felt sayings.
Bonbon Filled Hearts
Craft these easy hearts with cardstock, add a ribbon to hang and fill with bonbons.
Cut 2 hearts from cardstock and create a connecting piece as shown to make a heart basket.
Weave a vintage heart basket with printables from this site.
4 Hearts Basket
Cut 4 cardstock hearts and attach to the 4 sides of a box. Add a handle to complete a 4 hearts basket.
Valentine Pennie Pockets
I love this stitched fabric Valentine pennie pockets that can hold treats.
Make this Love Bug box using a small box, pipe cleaners, paint and hearts.