Making Valentine Boxes with Welch's Fruit Snacks

It's getting to be that time of year again! Valentine's Day will be here in a few weeks. I have been thinking of easy valentine options for my kiddos class exchanges because I'm that mom and I'm okay with it. I love unique valentine gift giving ideas, but they need to be quick and easy.

The Welch’s® Fruit Snacks Valentine’s Day themed box and pouch have custom Valentine’s-themed graphics with heart-shaped pieces with fun emojis. The snacks are perfect for Valentine’s Day parties, as each pouch features a “To/From” sign-able front panel. Moms and Dads love that every pack is made with REAL Fruit, is Gluten-Free, and contains No Preservatives. Welch’s® Fruit Snacks feature fruit as the first ingredient, so they taste delicious!

If you check out our Simply Perfect Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Kids, then you can not only see that I included these Welch's Fruit Snacks - but many other great items! Do your kiddos have to make a valentine box as a school project? My daughter had to make one a few years ago and she wanted a Princess Castle Valentine Box so I made it work. This year Welch's sent some fun supplies for us to make a box that my daughter could take her Valentines in.

My daughter had so much fun decorating her box and my son has been wanting to dig in to "the heart gummies" as he has been calling them. Welch's wants to see your Valentine Boxes, Crafts, etc. Tag them on Social Media (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook) so they can see! I would love to see too: @mrsdchastain. ;)

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What do you think of Welch's fruit snacks? Does your kiddo have to make a valentine box for school?

I received complimentary products to provide this post. All opinions are my own.


  1. This are so cute! My 4 year old and I are always looking for fun and easy craft ideas💖

  2. I found out about Welch’s Fruit Snacks from my husband. I forgot where he said he first ate them, but let us just say that they have been on our grocery list every week since then! He likes the Mixed Fruit and Island Fruit flavors. We give them to our grandkids as snacks. We don’t celebrate Halloween, but the church has what they call a Harvest Fest for them. We bought bags of them to pass out. I haven’t met a kid yet, big or small that doesn’t like them!


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