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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Kleenex Pocket Pack Box Template


Ok, here it is!  I hope this works for you.  Continuing from yesterdays post, this is the template for the cute box that will hold the tiny pocket packs of Kleenex.  What I am hoping is that you can click on the above template and print is out in 8 1/2x11" size.  The length at the longest side of the box should be 7 3/4".   You will score all the fold lines and snip the short line to make the flaps right above where I place the arrow. Those 4 flaps are just about a inch long.    You only need to place a strip of adhesive on the inside bottom portion of the flap that you see in the above picture.  Please let me know if this works for you. I can post more pics if you get lost.  Have fun! 

7 comments:

Momma's House said...

Thanks, i'll get i try and let you know how it turns out.

Momma's House said...

Ok, I just printed out the template and it fits perfect, i have the Target size pocket tissues. One question did you print the template on to the back of a printed piece of cardstock?

Jean said...

I can't wait to try these, they look so cute!! Thanks for the template. I will let you know when I try it.

A Creative Operation said...

I am glad you like the cute Kleenex box,I traced mine on the papers I used, but I bet feeding it through the printer is a great idea!

Audrey Frelx said...

Great job on the template!!! Cute!

Sister Niederhauser said...

I LOVE this idea! I'd like to personalize about 20 of these packs for a youth camp and the file you made would be invaluable. Would you please consider emailing me the file? :)

A Creative Operation said...

Hi, Sister Niederhauser! I am soooo sorry this is so late, we have been super busy lately, and I am in the middle of a move. It's quite chaotic here at my house. We don't have a template to email you, sorry. Jackie took the picture and was hoping that if you clicked and printed it, it would work. I have not tried it myself. Neither one of us has figured out how to make PDF's to put on our blog. After the move, I am going to do that. Thanks again for coming by.
Michelle