Three Easy Ways to PACK SMALL OBJECTS

Three Easy Ways to PACK SMALL OBJECTS

Three Easy Ways to PACK SMALL OBJECTS

1.We borrowed the idea for these small boxes from here, but as there were no templates, we made some similar ones. It’s best to use A4 colored cardboard. After printing out and cutting, trace the folding lines with a sharp object. That will make for crisper folds. Print out the templates from HERE.

Three Easy Ways to PACK SMALL OBJECTS

2.To make this pyramid box, print out the template from HERE. As I made several ones, I can say that thicker cardboard works best. I glued the printed sheet to it, then cut away, folded carefully and perforated a small hole on each end. Then I threaded some twine to close the box. I cut the images out of colorful paper handkerchiefs (lower layers removed).

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3. To make the third kind of package, print out the template from HERE. Тhis is the easiest one, but it has the smallest capacity. Besides using colored cardboard, you can also make it by gluing the printout onto brown paper.

see also:

gift box  printable templates

What Others Are Saying

  1. mamasaveta 28/09/2013 at 22:18

    I love your ideas….

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