Guess what? You’re like really pretty! I made these fun little printable Valentine’s Day gift boxes for friends and the person you are in a relationship with. I have ones for your gal friends and I also made up some funny ones to give to your love. The Galentine’s ones are the ones in the pictures with “You’re Like Really Pretty” “XOXO” and “Besides Chocolate You’re My Fav”. The one for your love are “You’re Really Hot” “So Hot Want To Touch The Hiney” and “Roses Are Red Blah Blah Chocolate”. What can I say, I am kind of a romantic! Okay, I’m a little weird with the mushy lovey dovey stuff. I like to show my love in sarcastic joke and dessert form. These printable Valentine’s Day gift boxes can be filled with chocolates or even other tiny gifts. They aren’t very big but super cute. I filled them with some easy colorful candy bark! I just used pink candy melts and colorful heart sprinkles. You can put them in a little bag and put that in the box or line it with parchment paper and put the bark right in there. It’s seriously such an easy gift to give.
What you need to make them:
Printable Boxes, for Galentine’s CLICK HERE
Printable Boxes, for significant others CLICK HERE
White card stock paper
candy or whatever you want to fill the boxes
Print out box and cut it out along the outline. Flip it over color side down. Fold up the color sides and fold in the small white tabs. Once all of the sides and the top are folded along the lines tape or glue it together. The white tabs need to be taped to the inside of the box. You can add an extra piece of clear tape to the outside if it needs reinforcement.
Then fill it up with colorful candy bark, chocolates, balloons, mini drink shooters, and gift cards. You can also put any tiny fun things you see at the dollar store or Target dollar section. You can customize it to the person you care giving it to.
I love how these turned out and I know everyone is going to love getting gifts in these cute boxes!
About Valerie Lewis
Hi I'm Val! I love coffee and cupcakes(breakfast of champions), and making simple crafts with my kids.
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