Valentine’s Day Favor Packaging Ideas: 15 Printables, Tags and Gift Boxes to DIY!

Expressing your love on Valentine’s Day has become quite a creative undertaking! And a huge part of it is presenting those sweet and thoughtful love gifts in packaging that ranges from funny to cheesy, from sweet to hot. Enter these 15 amazing finds we stumbled upon! Nearly all of them are free printables, while the rest are gift boxes or treat bags. Just apply your assembly skills and DIY touches to personalize your Valentine’s Day gifts—for your sweetheart, children, parents, neighbors, your kids’ classmates and teachers!

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Say “I Love You” with These DIY Valentine’s Favor Packaging Options

Valentine's favor packaging ideas for homemade ideas.

Getting those love gifts prettied up for giving has never been so easy! Just click on each link below to access the downloads or to see the handy how-to’s.

1 – Matchbox cars Valentine’s free printables – For classmate gifts, how cool are these little Matchbox cars mounted on these cards from Love and Lion?

2 – DIY printable milk carton gift boxes – You can make these darling milk carton boxes with a downloadable template from Gathering Beauty, with great assembly and finishing tips in the post as well.

3 – Valentine’s cookies printables – These tags actually look like donuts rather than cookies. So you could always give donuts instead, trimmed with this sweet printable from Clever Pink Pirate!

4 – Beary Sweet printable tag – Any form of bear gift—from gummy bears to cuddly stuffed toys—can get an adorable finishing touch with this tag from Our Best Bites.

5 – 80s inspired Valentine’s free printables – Channel your 80s child for some really fun cards from Damask Love, then pair these with your candy faves from that decade, too!

6 – Printable sock labels for Valentine’s day – Since you buy socks for the men and boys in your life anyway, make them into clever Valentine’s gifts from bundles in these labels from All for the Boys.

7 – TOE-tally Awesome Valentine’s gift tag – Such a cute trim for bottles of nail polish, found via Simply Kierste.

8 – Cute Valentine’s Day sweets for kids – Here, adorable Valentine’s mini cards from Minted are paired with tiny sweets. Perfect for preschool or play group Valentine’s gifts!

9 – Sealed With a Kiss acetate box – Printable Valentine’s symbols from The Idea Room dress up Hershey’s Kisses, which can then be packaged in clear acetate boxes or in cello bags sealed with a printable topper.

10 – Valentine treat boxes – Download the printable files for these delightful little treat holders from fun.kyti-me. A printable sheet of heart wrapping paper is included, too!

11 – Valentine’s Day burlap sack and tic-tac-toe game – A game that doubles as a crafty Valentine’s bag! shows how to make this simple project with the kids, with heart cutouts adhering to the burlap bag with velcro when the game is played.

12 – Hand-lettered chalk art Valentine’s Day labels – We just love the charm of chalkboard labels and tags. These ones are hand-lettered by Valerie McKeehan and downloadable from World

13 – Free artistic Valentine’s Day printables – Impress your gift recipients with your talents (printing and coloring, that is!), using these amazing artist-designed printables from The Postman’s Knock. The post even shows you how to watercolor them!

14 – Heart tags for bottles and more – There’s always the tried and true heart-shaped gift tag (there are many more from Evermine) that can make any items special and personal for your loved ones.

15 – Matchbook Valentine’s free printables – Let your “flame” know how you feel with these hot Valentine greeting cards from Printable Press.

Now, that’s what you call packaging with LOVE! Which printable, tag, box or bag will you use for Valentine’s Day 2017?

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