I think I am done with my Christmas shopping…. hopefully… maybe.
We still have a few hand made gifts to finish off but I don’t think I need to go near another shopping centre (well except for food) till after Christmas.
So now that the gift are all organised I need to wrap them. This year we have a few small, odd shaped gifts that aren’t suited to wrapping paper, so I have taught my girls to fold origami gift boxes.
These little boxes are easy to fold and can be made out of almost any paper or card. They look lovely folded from an interesting page in a magazine, or using a printed photograph, or a piece of the kids’ artwork. Just remember that the bottom of your box needs be slightly smaller than the top to fit!
I’ve also designed a printable template to make folding these boxes even easier.
This free printable gift box set includes a template for the top and bottom of the box, and three different design for the top and matching three solid colours for the bottoms of the box.
The set is made up of eight A4 pdf files zipped into a folder for easy downloading. You will need to unzip the folder before you can use the pdfs. If you are printing on US ‘letter sized’ paper be sure to select ‘fit’ or ‘shrink to fit’ from your printer options.
Please remember that the printables at picklebums.com are for personal use only, you may not sell, share, or link directly to these files.
Once you have downloaded and unzipped the files you are ready to print. Print the template for the top of the box (topback), then turn it over, choose a design for the top of your box and print that on the other side. Follow the same steps for the bottom of your box, cut out the squares and you are ready to fold.
There is only one more Monday before Christmas! (arrghhh!) That means only one more set of Christmas printables for the year. Next weeks printables will be gift tags to help you get that wrapping done. Follow me via facebook, or subscribe via rss to make sure you don’t miss them.
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