It’s been pretty quiet around here lately. I faced some issues with my website and I am glad it’s all back to normal now! Pheww!
I can’t wait to share all the fun Valentine’s Day inspired ideas with you. So much fun! If you haven’t subscribed to our blog, please do it! You don’t want to miss all the fun!
Today, I am sharing these adorable DIY conversation boxes I made for our Valentine’s Day Party. I received a large bag of mini heart boxes from Oriental Trading and I immediately thought about making conversation heart boxes, but sure enough it had already been done. I was not surprised! 🙂
This DIY project is so quick and easy! These boxes can be filled with your favorite Valentine’s Day treats. They make perfect teacher’s/classroom gifts or party favors. The possibilities are endless!
Ready to make these lovely heart boxes?
Let’s gather the supplies:
- Heart boxes *Find them here *Oriental Trading is always offering amazing deals. Visit their coupon page for the latest deals!
- Pastel Paints
- Iron-on sayings: You can create your own using your die cutting machine or download the file here by Damask Love! TIP: If you don’t have a die cutting machine, you can improvise by using store bought stickers as well!
I don’t have a die cutting machine. My friend Stacie of Fancy & Fold was kind enough to ship Iron-on sayings to me! Thanks, Stacie!
STEP 1: Paint your boxes. Let them dry completely.
STEP 2: Apply iron-on by using heat with an iron.
STEP 3: Gently peel the plastic by making sure all the letters are glued to the box. If not, just apply more heat. Ta-da! Adorable boxes for you to fill with the Valentine’s Day treats of your preference!
See these adorable boxes in our next post as part of our Valentine’s Day celebration! Our Conversation Heart Party is coming up next!
Check our Conversation Hearts Theme Party HERE!