Valentine's Day Paper Oven Treat Box

Valentine's Day Oven Treat Box

Hi crafty friends! The project I made today kind of took me back to being a kid and sharing Valentine treats in the classroom with all of my friends. This is a little more sophisticated but still so fun and easy to make, and you get to give some treats to a loved one. I hope you enjoy!


  • Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers
    • Razzle Berry Pop-Tone 100lb
    • Pink Lemonade Pop-Tone 100lb
    • Silver Mirror 100lb
    • Onyx Stardream Metallic 105lb
  • The Greetery Bake Someone Happy Die
  • Die-cutting Machine
  • Liquid Glue
  • Black Glaze Pen
  • Clay Pieces

 papers for valentine's day oven box

I started by die-cutting all of my pieces for the project. I die-cut the main pieces of the oven from Razzle Berry, the oven mits from Pink Lemonade, the stove grates and knobs from Onyx and the rest of the pieces are from Silver Mirror cardstock.

die-cut pieces for valentine's day oven treat box

I folded all of the score lines for the sides and front pieces of the box. 

folded score lines on valentine's day oven treat box

I added liquid glue to the tabs and adhered the oven together. It is super simple to do. 

gluing the tabs on folded valentine's day treat box

I added the cute details to the stove ie, knobs, door, grates, and bars. I adhered those pieces with liquid glue. 

adding silver mirror details to valentine's day oven treat box

For some more cuteness, I added clay pieces to the cookie sheet and some dots with a Black Glaze Pen on the oven mitts.

clay and die cut embellishments

embellishments on top of valentine's day oven treat box

Then I adhered all of the remaining pieces on the box and filled it with treats (I used Hershey Kisses, it fit four of them).

Valentine's Day Oven Treat Box

I hope you enjoyed this project, have a wonderful day!

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Hugs, Joy Baldwin

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1 comment

Wow! Beautifully done!


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