Gift Wrap Snap

May 16th, 2009

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I wanted to share my newest hybrid Project. Printable gift boxes! These are great because you always have them on hand! No running to the store to get favor boxes or gift-card boxes etc. Just print, cut and glue! I put together 5 great sets that I knew I would use. I printed one of each for these preview photos and they are sitting in my living room looking SO cute that I’m trying to find an excuse to use them. The little square boxes are especially handy if you want to put cupcakes in box for a favor. All of the files are set up for an 11×17 sheet but can easily be shrunk down to print on an 8.5×11 sheet (though they are smaller, they are still great for small favor boxes & gift cards).

These kits are available to purchase on Tuesday May 19th. They sell for $6.00/kit and each kit comes with 3 boxes and 1 tag (JPG) that you can print as many times as you like! If you’re looking for something a little different Carina and I worked on this project together, and she’s releasing 6 additional kits on the same day. 

These two kits are great for birthday parties and gifts:

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Love this set for a formal wedding:

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This is actually my favorite set right now. I just LOVE the tag!boxes3

And this set is just beautiful printed out. I had tons of fun adding ribbon and tags.
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This is what the kit previews look like:jenallyson_2ps_giftwrapsnap_sprinklespink_preview

If you like hybrid projects, don’t forget about my recipe cards/kitchen designs. Be sure to check out all the great digital and hybrid projects at twopeasinabucket.com

5 Responses to “Gift Wrap Snap”

  1. Gennifer says:

    SO CUTE! I will definitely have to get these!

  2. Jen Martakis says:

    Jen! These are soooooo cute!!

  3. Kel says:

    Congratulation on your SITS FB day. What a lovely blog you have, and such delightful projects. So creative!

  4. Latyia says:

    What type of printer do I need to print this on? The quality looks so good!

  5. admin says:

    I just printed it on my epson ink jet printer, at regular quality. So you could try it on your home printer first and see, if that doesnt work, you can take the files to an office max or kinkos and they can print them for you. best of luck!

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