DIY Fox Valentine's Day Treat Bag

Turn a plain white gift bag into a sweet little woodland creature this Valentine's Day. Create a fox bag using paper and glue to hold your kids' Valentine's cards and treats. We have provided a printable template that you can use to trace and cut the paper pieces. This is the perfect winter day activity to do with your kids.

Transform a plain paper bag into the sweetest handmade Valentine's Day treat bag. Simply cut the materials and let your kids arrange their own fox. Personalize the treat bag with markers, glitter, or stickers. 

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What You'll Need:

  • Fox template
  • Orange, white, gray, and red paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • White gift bag measuring 8.5 inches by 5.25 inches 
  • Black marker

Step 1: Cut pieces

Download and print the free template. Cut out the pieces using the template. The fox's body will be orange with white accents. The sizes can be scaled to fit any bag you like. Or, try gluing the fox face onto a Valentine's Day box or mini treat bags. 

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Step 2: Prepare bag

First glue a piece of orange paper to the front of bag. Then glue the large heart to the top half of bag. The heart should overlap the edges of the bag to form the face of the fox. 

Step 3: Add face

Glue the two eye pieces onto the heart. Place the shapes on the lower portion of the heart with the two edges meeting at the point. Choose a thick white paper for this so no orange shows through. To make the fox body, glue the half circle on the bottom portion of the front of bag. Assemble the two tail pieces and glue the tail to the side of the bag. Assemble the ears and glue to the inside top of the bag so they point up near the handles. 

Step 4: Add details

Finish the fox with a gray nose and heart detail. Glue a little heart onto the white half circle. Finish your fox by making two eyes using a black marker.

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