Monday, March 29, 2010

Little Flat Gift Boxes

I like to send little gifts to my niece and nephews for Easter. They’re all teens now, but I still like to send them a little something to let them know I’m thinking about them.

This little gift box is perfect for giving little gifts to friends, teachers, grandparents, pastors, and neighbors. I’m providing a blank template in PDF that you can print and decorate yourself, and a printable Easter gift box.

The only thing you need to add is a sticker or piece of ribbon to hold it closed.

Here is what the blank template looks like.

It is ready to print on cardstock, cut out, decorate and fold into a flat little gift box, then seal with a sticker or wrap with ribbon.

The Easter template is double sided:

Print both sides of the cardstock, write the recipient’s name in the space on the front, add a message inside (and a little gift), then seal with a sticker or wrap with ribbon.

Both are available here.


  1. Thanks for the cute template! You should send this to Rachel at One Pretty Thing-maybe she'll include it in her free downloads section.

  2. That is so cute! Laura emailed me about this and I'm so glad she did. I would love to link to this if you didn't mind. What a cute package!

  3. You are so creative, and the package looks adorable. Personally, I love little boxes and wrapping. During the holidays, my daughter and I are so into little boxes and get just as excited about them as the gift inside. In fact. the gift inside can be a handwritten poem or a sweet note for the complete...inside and out! I love your blog and thanks for the pattern!

  4. Thanks for tha comments! Rachel-I would love to have a link in One Pretty Thing.