Valentine’s Day is about showing and celebrating your love to the important people in your life. It is all about making it personal.
In my eyes, the time, thought and effort put into the wrapping of a gift, is just as important as choosing the right gift – what could be better than making your own Valentines Day gift box and adding a personalized gift tag, to show someone how much you care?
With that in mind, I designed a collection of printable DIY Valentine’s Day Gift Boxes. The boxes are simple to assemble and come with detailed instructions. They are designed in 3 different sizes and shapes to fit different gifts:
The large boxes can be used for personal gifts like a scarf, a belt or a tie.
The medium boxes which are more flat are great for a men’s wallet or a women’s coin purse.
The small boxes are my favorite – You can create a set of several boxes and fill them with all kinds of small gifts and treats. These boxes also make great Valentine’s Day party favor boxes – just fill them with chocolates and candies!
Each size comes as a set in two graphic designs – Red & Colorful, so that you can match the perfect gift box to each person.
To add an extra personal touch I designed matching Valentine’s Day Gift Tags. These can be personalized with your own wording – so you can add yours and the recipient’s name and a personal love message.
As a bonus each set of boxes comes with cute cut-out stickers – another great way to add a personal message with your own wording!
I wanted these gift box sets to give plenty of options and possibilities, so that you can really make a unique and personal gift wrapping of your own for the loved people in your life.
In a little over a month away, now is a great time to start thinking about your Valentine’s Day gifts, and just as importantly – about how you’re going to wrap them.
You can find plenty more creative wrapping ideas on my Gift Wrapping Ideas Pinterest board.
All Valentine’s Day printable boxes and tags can be found here.
What are your tips for making a personal gift wrapping this Valentine’s Day? Come share your ideas in the comments!
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