This pocketbook favor box has been totally disguised as a fox – perfectly festive for your Foxy Valentine! This is a super easy Valentine craft – just use our How To PDF to trace and cut a few simple paper shapes. Fill with Valentine goodies, or give as Valentine cards (sure to impress!).

Valentine craft_Foxy favor box

PS colors: gravel & beet
Latest fave: Tree Trunk Tea Light and Japanese 8 1/4″ Scissors

Materials Needed:
How to Foxy Valentine PDF
Pocketbook Favor Box Red
4 Bar Note Cards (Black & Superfine White)
A2 Note Cards Red
Oval Label Sheets Superfine White
1/4″ Round Hole Punch
1″ Circle Hole Punch
1/8″ Super Tacky Tape

1. Using Super Tacky Tape, assemble Pocketbook Favor Box according to instructions.
2. Trace templates and cut out pieces from How to Foxy Valentine PDF. Adhere pieces in place as pictured.
3. For eyes, punch out 1″ black circles and use a 1/4″ hole punch to create white pupils.
4. For the nose, use a 1/4″ black circle.
5. To create the chest, print your valentine message onto oval labels using our print template in Microsoft Word. Once you’ve typed your message, highlight your text and go to Format/Text Direction to change your text to a vertical orientation.


24 Responses

  1. Lindsey says:

    I love this! Too cute!
    I’m totally going to make one of these for my foxy hubby,

    { Lindsey }

  2. Heather says:

    We have a cunning little fox just like this one living outside our apartment complex! I’m going to make these little red foxes for some of my neighbors for Valentine’s Day! A great snow dat activity!

  3. Tatania says:

    That’s so cute!

  4. Gorgeous! I must make one! πŸ™‚

  5. Stacey says:

    This is so cute!!

  6. this is so adorable!

  7. Christy says:

    I love these and am going to make some for my own Valentine’s!

  8. Akiko says:

    I love it!!! SUPER CUTE, going to try and whip it up tonight for my foxy fiance πŸ˜›

  9. Catia says:

    omg this is absolutely perfect .. valetines day is coming up and i was trying to find something perfect to give him and this would so suit him .. and i could put a little surprise inside πŸ˜‰ this is like the best idea ever !!

  10. Sara says:

    Hi! I featured you beautiful tutorial on my blog!

  11. Sherlyn says:

    DOING IT!!!! SO CUTE!!!! πŸ™‚

  12. Ensie says:

    your foxy is perfect. this is new idea.happy valentine s day for you.

  13. Kira says:

    My boyfriends lastname is “Fuchs”, which is the german word for fox. I think I just found the perfect way of packing his valentine goodies:D

  14. Meems says:

    Anyone know where to find a template for the Pocketbook favor box? I’d rather make one than buy one…that kinda defeats the purpose of a handmade crafty valentine. Thanks

  15. kellie says:

    The fox is too cute! Thanks so much for sharing πŸ™‚

  16. megan says:

    this is the cutest thing! though im having quite a bit of trouble finding the bags to make this, any suggestions. i dont have enough time to order them.

  17. Joy says:

    My daughter made your little fox box. We love it!!!and we are adding a link you here from our blog. Thanks

  18. Lehnhard says:

    so cute! very nice!

  19. aliah says:

    super unusfuel cant do anything on this.

  20. Marie says:

    Thank you for sharing! I just love the fox favor box! I will be making them for my grandson’s 3rd birthday!

  21. Kate says:

    It’s so cute! Gonna try and make it to hold Valentine’s. Thank you for saving the problem of decorating a shoe box!

  22. Some Fox says:

    So Cute! Im Gonna Use This To Hold Valentines! YAY

  23. Julie Ann says:

    I see that Paper Source no longer sells this pocketbook gift box. Do you have a downloadable template available for the box itself? I can’t seem to find one on-line, and I would LOVE to make these little foxes!