Christmas Packaging- Milk Cartons

I’ve been busy creating items for Christmas this week. I’ve been struggling to pin down what I wanted to do for our Christmas cards. I love what I’ve made but there’s just a few things that I’m not 100% happy with. So I put the card project aside to come back to and started creating packaging for the Dulce de Leche I made the other day.

I thought that as I’m basically giving away cooked milk I’d put them into little milk cartons.

This is the result! What do you think?

I think they’d also make lovely boxes for small gifts or for biscuits or little Christmas cakes.

I’ve uploaded the template for you to download. This one is without charge. There is, however, a little PayPal donate button at the bottom of the page. If you like the template and want to donate towards my work I’d very much appreciate any amount you desire to contribute.

But on to the fun stuff!

The template prints out on A3 220 gsm card (or the thickest you can get hold of).

You’ll need an x-acto knife or scissors and some double sided tape or adhesive for this project.

The gift tags and little lid seals are also included.

Each carton is 90mm wide x 90mm deep x 120mm high (excluding the seal on the top).

I’ve not included a step by step tutorial for this project as it’s really quite easy. But if you get stuck or are not sure what to leave a comment below and I’ll include one.






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