DIY Tutorial: how to make a gift box with your branding design

December 6, 2017 Published by

Hello!! In this video tutorial, I’ll teach you how to make a gift box for your products or Christmas gifts with your branding design.

If you follow my step by step DIY tutorial you will get a custom box designed with your logo and a nice Christmas pattern. All you need to do is print it every time you need to wrap a new product, cut and paste it! You will have your own branded packaging in a matter of minutes 😉

Here you have the full video with instructions to make your gift boxes:

Do you want to use my free materials?

Enter your name and email and I’ll send you the materials ready to follow my video tutorial. Together we will create a branded gift box ready to cut and paste. Totally handmade 🙂

This is the link to the free website to create any box template with your custom size: Free Box Template Maker

Do you want to design your own patterns?

Watch my video tutorial on how to design seamless patterns in Photoshop or find a step by step guide to painting Holly leaves, scan your watercolor paintings, clean them with Photoshop and design your own patterns. Here you can watch all my video tutorials: Step by step watercolor pattern creation

I hope you find my instructions easy to follow. Please leave me your opinion in the comments below, I love hearing from you!

And if you have any question or request, don’t hesitate to contact me. I’m always happy to help you!

Remember that you can download the free Christmas pattern & vector lettering from here: 

xo,
Claudia

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If you follow my step by step DIY tutorial you will get a custom box designed with your logo and a nice Christmas pattern

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