Valentine’s Day always means giving or receiving valentines of some sort. Our young puppies made some super cute dog house shape letter boxes for their valentines at our puppy love party. As a valentine to you the templates to make doggie valentine boxes of your own are available here as free printables!
Step 1. Print and cut out valentine box templates.
Step 2. Glue door, side panels and name plate to gable box.
Step 3. Using an exacto knife, cut a slot in the side of the gable box for valentine givers to slide their love notes through.
Step 4. Fold the template for the roof in half. This is the full sheet of scrapbook looking paper. Attaching it the roof to the box is a little tricky, but I found putting a line of glue on the edge of the slope of the box was the best way to get it to stick. When you stick the roof on, make sure you make the back edge of the paper flush with the back of the box…this will make for a Slight roof overhang in the front. And that is it! If you have any little artists at your house, supply them with crayons, markers, and sparkles to make their valentine doggie houses even more beautiful!
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These are just too adorable. Thanks for the free printables. Stopping by from Foodie Friends Friday. We would love for you to share these with us at the Spring Craft Blog Hop if you would. https://wp.me/p4fJXd-1of
Monday 2nd of February 2015
My pleasure, Shirley! Linked it up for you!
Wednesday 28th of January 2015
I love your Valentine Mailboxes. What child doesn't love mail? This reminds me of something I had in school years ago as a youngster, however it wasn't as cute as your mailboxes. I adore this day project. Thank you very much for joining in the celebration of #purebloglove, we enjoy having you each week. I hope to see you on Thursday at 8PM, EST through Sunday night. ~Cydnee