The printing. The affixing of a goodie. The double checking of the class list. Does working on Valentine’s Day cards with the kids want to make you reach into a six pack?!
What we do in the name of friendship and kindness on Valentine’s Day for our kids and their classmates.
Transport that stack of Valentine’s cards to school in cute butterfly style with a cardboard six pack carrier turned Valentine’s Day card box holder.
diy valentine’s day card box holder
Whether it’s root beer or craft IPA, cardboard six pack carriers have many uses outside of transporting your BYOB to a get-together. You can use them to hold napkins and plates at a dinner party to organizing office supplies. So the next time you’re at the grocery, pick up a six pack of something refreshing and start the Valentine’s Day crafting.
– Cardboard six pack carrier
– Ruler and clear tape and craft scissors
– Cardstock paper (Here’s an assortment of Valentine’s scrapbook paper for all types of crafting)
– Valentine’s Day stickers (These glittery heart stickers can be used all year long)
– Pipe cleaners and pom poms
how to transform a six pack carrier into a valentine’s day box
1.: Cut the dividers within the six pack. Turn the carrier over and tape the sides so the carrier stands straight and upright.
2.: Measure of the height and width of the carrier and cut the cardstock paper accordingly. Cover the front and sides of your six pack.
3.: Since the red cardstock didn’t fully cover the sides, I used a second piece of paper to finish up the sides
4.: Sketch out some wings. These will be attached to the inside of the six pack so ensure they fit within the six pack. You may need to re-measure the width, like I did!
Once cut, create a fold. Glue the folded part and affix to the inside of the six pack.
5.: Decorate the wings to make it look like a butterfly.
6.: Cover the carrier handle with some cardstock. Create a hole for easy carrying.
7.: Create antenna using pipe cleaners and pom poms. Affix to the inside of the six pack with tape.
What do you do with the kids for Valentine’s Day? Let me know in the comments.
Happy Love Day!!