Giftboxes are a nice way to present a handmade or store-bought gift. I like to really wow the giftee with the packaging just as much as I do the gift. This adorable baseball cap will surely be the talk of the party. Follow along as I walk you step by step in creating a Ballcap Giftbox.
Upload A&C-Baseballcapbox1.svg and A&C-Baseballcapbox2.svg into Design Space
Select both uploaded files and insert them into a new canvas. It will look messy. Don't worry!
Select A&C-Baseballcapbox1. Check the sizing is set at 8.6 x 9.242
Select A&C-Baseballcapbox2. Check the sizing is set at 10 x 9.408
Push "Make It"
Design Space will automatically sort and place all pieces neatly onto 2 separate mats. Load your first mat with a sheet of cardstock.
Make sure the dial is set to cardstock, cardstock+, or Light cardstock. (This setting will depend on the thickness of the cardstock purchased.)
Cut out both mats and separate the pieces into piles.
Fold all of the triangular and rectangular pieces as shown.
Glue both base layers together.
Next, glue the rectangular pieces together to form the walls of the box.
Attach the walls to the base.
Place the octagon inside of the box and secure it in place.
Grab two triangular pieces and carefully start to glue the tabs down. Glue two tabs down at a time and hold while drying. You will need to bend the paper as you go up to the point in order to form the cap.
Repeat step 14 with the other 4 triangular shapes. connect them together to form a circle.
Attach the small octagon to the top of the cap where a button would be.
Place the cap on top of the box base.