Alphabet Box Templates Blue & Coral Red

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Alphabet Box Templates Blue & Coral Red Pattern


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Paper Crafts: Alphabet Box Templates Blue & Coral Red
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details


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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

This is a fantastic and versatile set of templates to have on hand for the next time you host a birthday party, bridal shower, or baby shower! Or, simply use these templates for fun custom nursery decor, as decorations in a child's room, or for your classroom's alphabet themed decor.

The fact that you can tuck neat little treats and surprises inside is just a bonus feature!

Here's what you get in this 84-page PDF document:

- THREE template sets that coordinate in color with one another but feature unique patterns
- EACH set is comprised of the letters A-Z
- A BLANK template is included with each set for filling in your own word or symbol, if you wish
- DETAILED instructions on how to build the box templates
- A BONUS page contains templates for flags to make a coordinating mini bunting banner, as shown in the photos

All you need is a pair of scissors, white card stock, a color printer, a glue stick, and your creativity & imagination to fill them up. Finished cubes measure 2.25 inches (5.7 cm) in each direction. Each box will take about 5 minutes to cut and fully assemble.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished cubes measure 2.25 inches (5.7 cm) in each direction


  • printer
  • white card stock
  • scissors
  • glue
  • bone folder for scoring (optional)

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About Designer

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I'm Tina. I'm married to a great guy. I am lucky enough to have not one, but two warm, fuzzy cats.

I love crafts and DIY. I enjoy computer design as well.

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