The girls have always enjoyed it when we’ve done a little DIY for Valentine’s Day. I enjoy getting to flex my creative muscles and making their ideas come to life. And I also like that we get to work together on them. It’s a win-win situation. This year, we thought it would be fun to do some juice boxes. We created a printable Valentine for the back, saying “Valentine, you are A-MAZE-ING”.
This is a sponsored post for Juicy Juice, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Getting the printable
Once I created this fun maze printable, I made it into a PDF which you can grab by subscribing to my emails.
Additional supplies you will need
Then, when you have the PDF, the easiest thing to do is to print it out on 2” x 4” label stickers. I found them on amazon, but you could likely get them at many office supply stores. Of course, you could also print A-MAZE-ING Valentines on card stock or paper and tape them to the back of the juice boxes. I am more a fan of the stickers and convenience.
What I’ve prepared for you should involve no calibration or preparation. Just put the label sheet into your printer like a sheet of paper and the Valentines should line up.
Adding a name
We are finding that teachers don’t like the “to” part of Valentines filled out to make the distribution process faster. Therefore, we left it off of our Valentines and only placed a spot for the sender to write their name on the bottom.
I had B use a permanent marker to decrease her changes of smudging her name when she applied the stickers to the boxes.
Attaching to the juice boxes
As long as your juice boxes have a side that is approximately 2” x 4”, these will fit. As you see, the labels didn’t quite cover the backs of the box, but it allowed for flexibility with a 6 year old applying the stickers. We used the Juicy Juice fruit punch because the box is red!
Once the sticker is attached, your Valentine, you are A-MAZE-ING juice boxes with fun maze are ready to be gifted.
Check out some of our other Valentine printables and this cute Valentine heart mosaic idea from Juicy Juice, too.
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