Valentine's Themed Boxes For Your Candy Treats

There is nothing more special than cute candy boxes that you have created yourself to hold those Valentine’s treats that you have made or purchased for the ones that you love. Grab your supplies and let’s get started!

Heart Truffle Box

  • Cardstock
  • Box template
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick

Before you begin, print out the box template and cut it out from the cardstock that you have chosen.

In order to assemble the box you will want to fold the paper on the single lines and when there is a bold line, cut slits in this area. These spots will allow for you to fasten the heart together at the top.

The sides of the box can be adhered using a glue stick.

Fringed Candy Box

  • Round tin box with lid
  • Colored tissue paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick

Cut out strips of tissue paper that are approximately ¾ “ in width. Each strip will be fringed at a horizontal level, with each fringe about 1/4” apart.

Glue one strip at a time to the lid of the tin and layer as you go along. When you are done trim off any excess paper that overhands the lid.

Glitter Candy Box

  • Small square box. You can reuse another box that you have.
  • Glitter of your choice (large pieces work better)
  • Glue
  • Paint brush

Use the paintbrush to apply a thin layer of glue to the top of your box.

Sprinkle the glitter all over the glue area so it sticks and covers the entire box.

Pick up the box and shake off the excess.

Repeat the glitter process if you have missed any spots.

Emoji Treat Box

  • Round tin with lid included
  • Construction paper in yellow, black and pink
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Make an outline of the lid of the container on your yellow sheet of construction paper. Cut out the circle.

Cut out two hearts for eyes using the pink paper and the black paper will be for the smile.

The yellow circle should be glued onto the lid of the container and then you can attach the other pieces.

Pop Up Heart Box

  • Rectangular jewelry box
  • Construction paper is red, pink and purple colors
  • Scissors
  • Glue dots

Use your scissors to cut out a variety of hearts from your paper in various sizes and colors.

Use glue dots to layer the hearts on the lid of the box in any way you desire.

The hearts can overhang the box or you can layer larger hearts on the bottom and smaller hearts on the top for a multi-dimensional look.

Washi-Decorated Tape Box

  • Small box that comes with a lid (any size you choose)
  • A variety of Washi tape rolls

You can create any design that you wish on your box using the tape you have selected.

Try to make different designs and layer the tape if you wish. Washi tape comes in a number of designs, colors and patterns so you really can get creative with this project.

Gold-Elegance Box

  • Rectangle shaped box with a hinged lid
  • Plastic wrap
  • Gold spray paint

Use the plastic wrap to cover a portion of the box that you will want to remain unpainted.

Use your gold spray paint to spray the rest of the box and remove the plastic when you are done.

Let dry completely.