I love this free printable Santa gift box because it’s a cute and easy way to give money or gift cards. And let’s face it, sometimes cold hard bacon makes a great gift! You could also use this gift box to give small treats or jewelry. Here are 23 more creative ways to give money as a gift. Rachel from Lines Across is here to share another free printable gift box with us!
As I’ve mentioned before, pillow boxes are the easiest gift boxes to make, use, and store. You don’t have to do too much cutting and folding, and you only have to glue one tab to assemble them.
Here’s what you need to make a Santa pillow box
- Free Santa pillow box template
- White card stock (I used 65 lb)
- Scorer or X-ACTO knife
How to make a Santa pillow box
Step 1- Download the free template
To download the free “Santa pillow gift box template”, just enter your name and email address below and the free file will be delivered to your inbox! The Santa belt gift box template comes 1 to a page.
Step 2- Print
For best results, use white card stock and print the template in color.
Step 3- Cut out the pillow gift box
Try to cut on the outside of the black lines, leaving as much of the black line as possible.
Step 4- Score & fold
Score along the 4 inside curved lines. Next, fold along the two long black lines.
Step 5- Glue
Add a thin layer of glue all over the white tab. Then attach the tab to the other side of the box, and press down firmly as it dries.
Step 6- Pop & fill
Your gift box is almost done! All you need to do is to pop in the tabs to complete the Santa pillow box. Now that the box is complete, fill it with treats or tiny surprises and put them in the kid’s stockings. You could also use them as a fun way to wrap and gift jewelry, small gift cards, or other little gifts.
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Comments & Reviews
Sue Raatjes says
Looking forward to the Santa template. Thank you.
Janet Lynn VanDoorn says
Love the Santa Pillow Box, great for treats to take to school
Arita Droog says
Thank You! so much for this printable, I am using i to give the grandkids some money along with their gifts. It works for kids as well as adults. Nice design!!!
Gayle Kesinger says
I am using this idea for three money gifts this Christmas. Just tried one and think I put it together correctly. Thanks for the great template.