Free Pyramid (Triangle) Gift Box Template

These 'Really Big Dotty' papers always remind me of Chocolate Buttons... EVERY time I see them!

And they inspired me to make these - simple little Pyramid Gift Boxes filled with Chocolate Buttons as Christmas treats this year And they are so simple to make!


You'll find the printable template & a printable guide for scoring, below.

And this is how you make them ...

1. Print your paper design onto a sheet of A4 card
2. Pop it back into your printer
3. Print the template onto the reverse.

Now cut it out, score on the fold lines & with no adhesive required, fold & add a ribbon to fasten.
And you're done!


  If you'd like the template for the box, you can download it from *here* : ) (.pdf 420kb)

Personal use only please. Thank you.


Love Liz xx


Papers: 'Really Big Dots' Colour Collection in Plain Chocolate & Double Cream
Tag: a sentiment from 'Tis the Season' with Doodlebug Rub-Ons added
Ribbon: Poppicrafts

Button: SEI
Glittered Holly Chipboard: Free Gift with a Card Making Magazine

21 comments on Free Pyramid (Triangle) Gift Box Template

  1. oh wow they look brill, clever you.agree they look like buttons. sue.x

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  2. Hi Liz,
    Thanks for sharing the template, it looks great.
    Louise x

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  3. What a lovely idea, couldn't wait to try them out, now all I need is some chocolate.Thanks, Louise.x

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  4. Liz these are fab love the double cream and choc combination .................yum yum!


    Emma xxx

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  5. These are great Liz and thanks for the template!

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  6. Fab! Thanks for sharing the template :)

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  7. Ohh these are so nice Liz. Love those dotty spotty papers sooo much - as delish as the chocs inside the box xxx Thank you for the template as well xxxx

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  8. These are really sweet! (excuse the punn lol!) Thanks for the template! :)

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  9. These are absolutely wonderful, Liz! Thanks for the link to the template! Now I'm craving chocolate....

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  10. So cute. Can't wait to try them out for Valentine's Day

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  11. This is such a good idea. Thanks. I've just downloaded the file - my grandchildren will love making them.

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  12. My granddaughter and I are going to have great fun turning the pyramids into birthday invitations - sooooo many possibilities

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  13. the project looks great but i cant work my way round the file sharing bit helpppp

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  14. Thanks for the fab templates. Really good of you to do that for us.

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  15. Hi!

    Today I posted an entry on my blog with a link to this tutorial and the template.

    I'd apprecaite your letting me know if that's OK.

    Thanks,

    Nancy Ward
    http://paperfriendly.blogspot.com

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  16. so, so cute! Thanks so much!

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  17. estas cajitas son hermosas y faciles de realizar!

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  18. Well, this pyramid gift box was so cool. I am sure anyone who will receive this pyramid gift box will gonna love it.


    -pia-

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  19. I just love it, what a great idea, this is perfect for the coming holidays.

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  20. This box is sooooooooooooo cool. I used your template to make boxes to put truffles in for Valentine's Day. Every love the boxes and the truffles. Check them out on my blog http://trinicountrygirl.blogspot.com/2012/02/valentines-day.html

    I know I will definitely be using this template again.
    THANK YOU very much for sharing
    Makeda

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  21. Thanks a million for this template, Liz. I used it for my wedding favours and I'm using it for Christmas presents now, did a blog post: http://miss-greeneyes.blogspot.ie/2012/11/crafty-christmas-diy-pyramid-gift-boxes.html - it has been invaluable & I will use it many, many times! THANK YOU x

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