When one of my blogging friends created a video tutorial, how to make Valentine Mailboxes I knew I had to try to make a few. Today I’m sharing a few Valentine’s Day Mailbox ideas, a few of the ones I made plus, the video so you can make them too. Pick your papers, grab a shipping box, and get making these Valentine’s Day Crafts.
You will be able to create them in any style you want depending on what supplies you have on hand or purchase to make your mailboxes. Make Valentine’s mailboxes for your kids. I shared links to our favorite video tutorials for mailboxes for kids at the end of the post.
Please note, the images on this post are from way back and haven’t been updated.
Valentines Day Mailboxes
I know this is a project you are going to enjoy as it’s an easy Valentine’s Day craft project.
I decided to make several of these thinking they would be nice to place on a table to accept wedding cards, and money too.
Little details like German paper lace, cute die cute birdies with love letters can give the boxes a vintage flair. But, remember you can go modern, teen, kids focused depending on your paper, and craft choices.
Lots of shiny, pretty hearts. Placed in just the right places.
I used Martha Stewart’s heart punch. I punched around vintage Valentine Cards and glued them on along with heart stickers. Now here is Terri’s Video so you can make your own!
DIY Valentine’s Day Mailboxes
Valentine’s Day Mailbox Ideas + Tutorial
I just love the feet on her mailbox & the vintage door nob. I can’t wait to try making a few more to gift. I hope you enjoy her video as much as I did. You can visit Terri at Artful Affirmations when you are done here today.
Looking for mailbox tutorials for your kid’s Valentines?
You can find lots of them on YouTube but, below are a few of our favorites.
Valentine’s Day Boxes For School
- Easy Valentines Day Mail Box Treat Box Tutorial
- DIY Unicorn Valentine’s Day Box
- How to Make an Elmo Valentine’s Day Mailbox
- Minion Valentine’s Day Mailbox
Have you ever crafted Valentine’s Day mailboxes for your home or your kids?