Sometimes, all you need is the perfect box. Excellent to gift wrap chocolates or other baked goods, this adorable little box could just be it. Simple and cute, but nice enough that people will want to reuse it after you give it away. You can alter this box by removing the mylar window to add a little mystery to your gift. We also suggest you try and use different colors of paper to spice up the final look. Use these chocolate gift boxes for your wedding favors, to package treats and food, as jewelry boxes or as part of a larger gift basket. One thing is sure, whatever you chose to use it for, this custom packaging is sure to impress.
-X-acto Knife or Scissors
-Glue Gun -Bone Folder
Lets Get Started:
With an X-acto knife, cut out all of the solid lines from both templates. The use a bone folder to score out all of the dotted lines.
Fold all the dotted lines on their inside.
Start with the template page 2. Take some glue and place it on the short tab that stickes out. Fold it inside so it glues, this fold is to reinforce the walls of the box.
Take the two walls and lift them to make the two walls of the box touch. when this is done there will be a flapmade at the corner of the two walls, make sure its on the inside of the box. take the long flap and fold it on the inside, making sure to keep the corners flaps underneath.
Now that you know how this side works, unfold it and put some glue on the protruding flap then fold it down again to glue it down.
Now take the template page one and start by gluing the short tabs.