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Printable Rectangular Jewelry Gift Box

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Printable Rectangular Jewelry Gift Box
Printable Rectangular Jewelry Gift Box

Pattern Description:

I use this template to make my own jewelry gift boxes for gifting my handmade jewelry. I then personalized it with my own embellishments to give it a 'ME' look.

Touch the hearts of your loved ones by gifting your personally handmade jewelry. To me, gifting a piece of lovingly handmade jewelry to your loved ones is never complete without a gift box which is also specially handmade by you. Just imagine how exuberant your receiver can be when she receives such a thoughtful gift from you!

This download contains a template of a rectangular gift box measuring L4xW2.5xH0.75 in (L10xW6.5xH1.8 cm) and its folding instructions in PDF readable format. File size is about 200 KB. The template will only print the guiding fold lines but no design. You are strongly recommended to print it on cardstock for a neat and sturdy finished box. You can customize the box by using your own preferred patterned or plain cardstock. No finished product will be sent to you.

This rectangular jewelry gift box is entirely created by printing, cutting and folding. No adhesive is required for its assembly. It prints on 8.5x11in paper.

You may print as many copies as you like for personal or small business use. The PDF files are the fruits of my labour - please do not distribute or sell them in any form. Thank you!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • L4xW2.5xH0.75 in (L10xW6.5xH1.8 cm)

Materials:

  • printer
  • 8.5 x 11 in patterned or plain cardstock
  • a pair of scissors
  • a ruler
  • scoring tool such as butter knife or pen tip of dried up pen
  • embellishments such as ribbons and bow
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About the designer

Always captivated by the sparkle of jewelry. Curious to know how to make them. Especially love the soft sheen of pearls. Perhaps it's because part of my name is in it. Started to learn beading skills ...

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