Hexagon Gift Box

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Introduction: Hexagon Gift Box

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The holiday season is quickly approaching and what better way to start this season than a gift box craft! This template pack offers a hexagon gift box with 3 height variations. The box has a base that measures 5-5/16” (13.5 cm) from point to point and 4-9/16” (11.6 cm) from edge to edge. The 3 height variations come in 2” (5.1 cm), 4” (10.2 cm), and 6” (15.3 cm). The lid measures 5-3/8” (14.3 cm) from point to point and 4-21/32” (11.8 cm) from edge to edge.

You can read the original tutorial here.

Step 1: Materials Needed

Step 2: Video Instructions

Step 3: Getting Ready to Craft

Cut all pieces on the solid lines and score all pieces on the dashed lines.

Step 4: Assembling the Lid - Part 1

Fold on dashed lines on Piece B1 and B2

Step 5: Assembling the Lid - Part 2

Lid sides are going to be glued onto Lid Piece A1. The tabs along the long edge of Piece B1 and B2 will be glued onto the edge of Piece A1. Piece B1 and B2 are glued together along the short edge.

Step 6: Assembling the Lid - Part 3

Lid Piece A2 is glued on top of Piece A1, sandwiching the glued tabs from Piece B1 and B2.

Step 7: Assembling the Lid - Part 4

Glue on the Lid Overlay pieces, Top goes on A2 and the Sides along the outside of Piece B1 and B2.

Step 8: Assembling the Base - Part 1

Choose your desired box height to assemble onto the Base Piece C1 and C2

Fold on dashed lines on Base Side Piece D1 and D2.

Step 9: Assembling the Base - Part 2

Base sides are glued onto Base Piece C1. The tabs along the long edge of Piece D1 and D2 are glued onto the edge of Piece C1. Piece D1 and D2 are glued together along the short edge.

Step 10: Assembling the Base - Part 3

Base Piece C2 is glued on top of Piece C1, sandwiching the glued tabs from D1 and D2.

Step 11: Assembling the Base - Part 4

Glue on the Base Overlay Pieces onto the Base Side Pieces D1 and D2.

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    What weight of cardstock did you use? The boxes are great! :)

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    I use 110 lbs cardstock from Michaels, I find that the overlay helps with stiffening and sides and adding strength

    So beautiful. I may have to make a few. These would look great as a set of nested boxes.

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    That's a fantastic idea! Let me know how it goes when you make yours. :)