Free Cookie Box Templates!

Baking By Sasha_Sweetie Updated 18 May 2009 , 11:23am by gingersoave

Mme_K Posted 2 May 2009 , 3:20pm
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Thanks for sharing! Already have these 2 saved and received first email for their cookie lessons! Looking forward to the other variations they say they will be posting, too!

THANKS!

imamommy1205 Posted 2 May 2009 , 3:23pm
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Those are so cute! TFS!

tame Posted 2 May 2009 , 3:30pm
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Thanks for sharing

cylstrial Posted 2 May 2009 , 10:11pm
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Originally Posted by linedancer

You could do a couple of things. If you have greeting card software, or something like Photoshop, you can print whatever you would like on cardstock, then turn it over and print the box. As I was explaining above, you have to lengthen the box, then reapply the butterfly or daisy. You could also print the box on cardstock, and use scrapbook or wrapping paper with a glue stick and get your print that way. Hope this makes sense.




Thanks Linedancer! I have Photoshop so that sounds easier than gluing the scrapbook paper to it. But scrapbook paper is probably cuter! Decisions, decisions!!

Omicake Posted 2 May 2009 , 10:23pm
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Very pretty! Good idea!
Thanks!

FlourPots Posted 5 May 2009 , 6:25am
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I didn't see this mentioned anywhere for this particular project...I read it on another cookie site...

You can line the inside bottom of your box with a square piece of wax paper to prevent any cookie grease from staining through.

panchanewjersey Posted 5 May 2009 , 7:03am
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So cute, thanks for sharing.

linedancer Posted 5 May 2009 , 11:07am
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That's a good idea FlourPots

GeminiRJ Posted 5 May 2009 , 12:03pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by FlourPots

I didn't see this mentioned anywhere for this particular project...I read it on another cookie site...

You can line the inside bottom of your box with a square piece of wax paper to prevent any cookie grease from staining through.




I thought of this, too. For a prettier look, you could cut a square piece of FanciFoil to line the bottom. I'm thinking of doing this for my niece's wedding favors. I found some fairly inexpensive (& cute) individual cookie boxes at www.brpboxshop.com that I need to see if she likes.

linedancer Posted 5 May 2009 , 3:00pm
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Thanks for that link GeminiRJ I have been looking for something like these boxes and as you say at a fairly reasonable price

Yomomma Posted 5 May 2009 , 8:27pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by FlourPots

I didn't see this mentioned anywhere for this particular project...I read it on another cookie site...




There's another cookie site...?

FlourPots Posted 5 May 2009 , 8:35pm
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One of my favorites: http://www.karenscookies.net/shop//cookie-decorating-idea-book/info_41.html

Be sure to check out the gallery.

Yomomma Posted 5 May 2009 , 8:47pm
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Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

dettdunn Posted 5 May 2009 , 8:48pm
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Adorable. I am so addicted to this site and the ideas.

FlourPots Posted 5 May 2009 , 8:54pm
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No problem icon_smile.gif

sara91 Posted 11 May 2009 , 5:51pm
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Blossom Sugar Art sent me a newsletter saying they are going to be selling premade cookie packaging very soon.

I hope it is reasonable as I like these boxes but couldn't find the time to handmake them!

SharonK1973 Posted 12 May 2009 , 7:06pm
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I scaled down this template to a size I wanted on graph paper, then made a template of that, printed it on cardstock that I had stamped patterns on and made boxes for individual cookies for mothers at our church. I tied them with ribbon or fancy ties, aling with a tag and everyone loved them. I didn't use the butterfly or flower part at all. I took that off my template as it would have been way too much. Here is what they looked like (I made 50+ of these boxes!)
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linedancer Posted 12 May 2009 , 8:23pm
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Those are really nice, thanks for sharing. icon_smile.gif

luv2bake6 Posted 13 May 2009 , 4:57pm
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those boxes are really nice!! did you stamp them yourself or did you print the design onto the paper?

brightbrats Posted 13 May 2009 , 5:09pm
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I emailed them and asked about a cupcake boxes.

She replied that they were working on one and should have it available in a week or two. thumbs_up.gif

Lcubed82 Posted 13 May 2009 , 5:26pm
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I look forward to seeing what they offer. They are in Australia, though!

brightbrats Posted 13 May 2009 , 5:30pm
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You can also sign up for Cupcake lessons now. Can't wait to see somemore Free ideas. icon_lol.gif

SharonK1973 Posted 13 May 2009 , 5:49pm
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glad you like the boxes!
Love2bake... Yes, I stamped on the cardstock myself. It was fun to see how the patterns came out after I folded the boxes!

Omicake Posted 13 May 2009 , 6:31pm
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Sharon,
I love the way your boxes look.It seems you've been a lot in scrapbooking, haven't you?

SharonK1973 Posted 13 May 2009 , 8:30pm
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Omicake... How funny! I have never done any kind of scrapbooking before. Someone just invited me to a class and I declined, stating I prefer crafts in which I can eat the results!

I think that I will be making these boxes for a long time to come, especially since I can scale the size with graph paper! I love little boxes!

luv2bake6 Posted 13 May 2009 , 8:34pm
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Sorry if this sounds clueless, but how do you scale the size of the template with graph paper?

Neelas_wife Posted 13 May 2009 , 8:41pm
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Beautiful cake boxes!!!!!!! Thanks for sharing with usicon_smile.gif

SharonK1973 Posted 13 May 2009 , 8:57pm
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Love2bake... you just use the squares on the graph paper to make everything symmetrical. Eg. Adding two squares on the graph paper on one side means adding two squares on the other to make it proportionate. The graph paper just makes it easier to do instead of taking out rulers, protractors, compasses or whatever else it takes! The little squares on the graph paper just makes it easier.

luv2bake6 Posted 13 May 2009 , 9:00pm
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Thanks again Sharon, so am i to understand that you did not resize using the computer? You did it physically on paper? Sorry, if i seem stupid at this but i've never done anything like this ever.

SharonK1973 Posted 13 May 2009 , 9:04pm
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Yes. I just drew the whole thing new on the graph paper. At the time this template came out, my computer was down and there was only so much I could do from my iphone, so i got busy with the graph paper! I prefer it that way because then i was able to completely remove the flower or butterfly.

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