Welcome Baby Pastel Gift Box Template
Welcome baby is done in text on the top of the lid of this gift box, along with other words descriptive of a precious baby including “cutie pie”, “Precious” and “little one”. The bottom of the box is also done in soft pastels with decorations of typical baby items.
Pictures cannot do these justice, but you sure can!
Fun and Functional
This cute gift box template makes a great project kids from 4 to 104 will enjoy – with so many uses! Place a little bag of treats, a cupcake, small toys, candies, gift cards, cash or trinkets inside. Any treasure that will fit into these boxes you make yourself. Best of all, with a template on hand, buy for one small price and create as many as you wish. The purchase that keeps on giving!
The Welcome Baby Gift Box can be used for personal use, classroom projects, nursing home or senior center activity projects, etc.
The size of the box is 2-7/8th’s square for the inside. The box top is 3-inches and fits quite nicely over your treasure(s).
This purchase is for a Welcome Baby gift box template for you to create your own boxes. Follow the simple instructions in the file. A scissors and some glue and you’re good to go! A scoring knife can help with the folds, but is not necessary.
Further embellish with sequins, bows, ribbon, glitter (if desired). Have fun with these!
After your payment is complete, you will receive a link to download your template in a computer-friendly PDF file. To get the best results, use card stock paper or photo paper. Bright white paper will give you the best color results.
You may make the Welcome Baby gift box as often as you wish, for any purpose you wish, but you may not re-sell the PDF file or copy the design.
After your payment is complete, you will receive a link to download your gift bag template in a computer-friendly PDF file.
There are no refunds on digital downloads. Should you have any difficulty with your download or lose your file, contact me within 30 days and I’ll send you a new copy.
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