Print off and assemble these adorable Valentine’s Day Candy Boxes for a easy & interactive Valentine gift idea!
Is anyone else baffled how it’s already February? I mean seriously, I just got done handing out Christmas gifts this week (#fail) and now it’s already tax time and I want absolutely nothing to do with that. Maybe if the IRS delivered W9’s in candy filled envelopes I would be on board, but until that happens don’t expect me to even consider checking the mailbox unless there’s a 100% guarantee of treats.
So while we’re all being bombarded with boring adult mail, I thought it was time for a sweet Valentine’s Day delivery that you can print off and use to gift candy, baked goods, or random toy trinkets for love day. I’m telling you Mr. IRS, we’d get our tax forms in sooner if you bribed us with candy.
When I started brainstorming these, I wanted to find a way to make a envelope into a box that would be able to pop open for easy candy access (the most important part, duh). So I created this unique box template that assembles like a normal box and then you can slide in the “note” to keep the candy inside.
Because you’ll need an exacto knife to cut the slits and candy opening, the first part of this assembly is for the tax-paying adults. After cutting and assembling the boxes, the kids can come in and help fill the boxes and close them off with the note! I’ve included the “a sweet delivery” notecard printable in the download, but I have also included a template sheet of blank notes if the kids want to write in their own name instead.
The printable comes in 3 different colors (peach, light pink, and hot pink) and includes assembly instructions so you have no excuse not to get to crafting your paper lovin’ hearts out!
White Cardstock // Scissors or Exacto Knife (For adult use only)
Strong Double-Sided Adhesive // Candy
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