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How to create a paper cube from a paper box template? An easy way to start making your box is to download this Box cut out template now!

When you want to create a paper box, use this box template to make your own packaging by following these steps:

  1. Print template onto cardboard and cut out along the solid lines;
  2. Score along the dotted lines;
  3. Secure Flap to Box Back with glue dots or a glue stick;
  4. Fold the A tab inward and place a piece of double-sided tape in the center;
  5. Fold the two B tabs inward and secure to the A-tab;
  6. Place two pieces of double-sided tape on the inside of the C-tab and secure to the other tabs.

This standardized Cube Box Template template with text and formatting as a starting point to help professionalize the way you are working. 

Where to find box templates?

A box template is a predefined format that helps you create attractive and organized boxes for your web or email marketing campaigns. It is also a two-dimensional technical drawing that serves as an outline for assembling the box.
Two parts make up a template: Die cut lines, which are the silhouettes that will be printed and cut out.

Our educational cut out templates are regularly created or refreshed. This ready-made box template can help you out. Using this box template guarantees you will save time, cost and effort! It comes in DOCX or Google Docs format and is ready use. Download this Cube Box Template template now for your own benefit!

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