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A classic paper bag that can be stored completely flat. Maybe as a candy bag? The top is folded inwards as a reinforcement. There are also 16 holes through which you can thread a cord or rope. To melt away! Also great as gift packaging for bottles.

Box with lid

A box with a lid - a very simple template. The height of the lid and the space between the lid and the box (clearance) can be varied.

Cake box

A wedge-shaped box that can be used to pack a piece of cake. It consists of a lower part and an upper part. The upper part is the lid, the lower part is a flat cardboard box that does not need glue but is simply set up and held by the lid. By default, the lid is 5% larger than the base; this can be changed in the advanced settings.

The angle determines how big the piece of cake is that fits in. Take a look at the drawing if you don't know what to write here. An angle of 30 is big enough for a piece of a 12-piece cake.

The length is the length of the piece of cake. This should be about half the diameter (i.e. the radius) of the whole cake. Please enter a little more here so that the cake has space.

(Game) card box

A long, thin box. Great for chocolate cigars, playing cards or the like. The default settings are perfect for a set of European playing cards. (Standard format, bridge size)


It's Halloween, so serve candy or treat in style: put the candy in a coffin! This template comes with a base and a lid. Use extra tape to secure the lid to the base or something terrible will happen at midnight and it will open on its own so the contents can roam freely around your house. Huuuuuh!

Truncated cone

A cone with the top cut off. It can be a mug, a bucket or a party hat. The calculations are terrible, that's why I created this template. If you want a whole cone, just set “0” (zero) under Upper diameter. I made a line in the middle of the template that you can use as a guide for curved text.

Presentation box

An open box. Of course not suitable for shipping, but great for storing or presenting something in it.

Cylinder with mitered ends

A cylinder that was cut off at an angle at the ends. An angle can be chosen at both ends. The cuts can also be rotated towards each other. Such cylinders or tubes are often used to connect tubes at an angle. Please do not fold the adhesive flap!

Oval (elliptical) box

A variation on the hat box: one elliptical or oval box. The template comes with a lid.


A very flat box for letters or the like. Templatemaker rotates the envelope on the sheet. It is possible to create an A6 envelope from an A4 sheet of paper.

Exploding box

A box consisting of a tray and a lid. The sides of the tray are not glued, but kept together by the lid. Once the lid is removed, the box "explodes" as the sides fall outward.

Gem Stone Box

Gem stone shaped box, consisting of two identical polygonal pyramids, glued together at their bases. It's a real box that can be used for packaging. It can be stored (and shipped) completely flat. When you pull the two apices ("tops") apart, the box will get it's full shape. It's easiest to glue this shape when both halves are flat. Just fold the glue tabs all the way in and glue the top to the bottom. Just remember not to glue the rounded flaps.

Gift box

The typical gift box. Use this if the 3 external dimensions are relatively the same length and your gift needs rectangular packaging.

Heart Shaped Box

The measurements are different from standard boxes because the way the heart is modeled. It is made from an ellipse, which is rotated, cut in half vertically and then mirrored. The “Length” measures between the two sharp corners of the heart. The width is calculated by the program to match the rotation (tilt) and shape of the ellipse. (Think of the shape as the "Body Mass Index" of the heart).

The box consists of a base and a lid. Each part has two heart shaped “caps“: the smallest one goes on the inside, the larger one goes on the outside to conceal the ugly-looking glue flaps. It's easiest to glue the heart-shaped caps instead of the glue flaps. The "Paper Thickness" parameter is only used for making the outside hearts larger then the inside.


An extra thick envelope.


A drawer consisting of a cover and the drawer itself. The dimensions can also be freely selected here, so that there are no limits to your imagination. The distance between the outer shell and the drawer can be selected via leeway.

Milk carton

A milk carton. However, if it's homemade, it's likely better for dry food than liquid. Also very suitable for wine bottles if the top is rolled up or left open.

Box (output on several pages)

A normal box made from 6 sheets. This enables larger boxes, because very few people have a large format printer at home.


Square boxes are boring. Hipsters create parallelepipeds! This template creates the mesh or paper model for parallelogram boxes, i.e. boxes that can be tilted in 3 dimensions.

Choose from all degrees between 0º (completely flat) and 90º (normal, right angle). Remember that a 100º angle would be the same as an 80º angle ...

Passe-partout / picture frame

Also called a shadow box or simply a picture frame. Can also be used as a double-walled box. This template is a little fiddly. The frame width should be greater than the height + 1cm. Make sure to keep the height relatively small compared to the other dimensions.

Pillow box

The typical packaging for e.g. an apple bag or candy. Make sure to choose the width in any case twice as large as the height!

Polygon box

This is the ultimate packaging for homemade gifts. This packaging can have any number of side surfaces, regardless of whether it is triangular, hexagonal or even 20-sided. Take your time to fold the adhesive flaps, there are both mountain and valley folds!

Pyramid with a polygonal plan

A pyramid shape with custom height and a regular polygon as base.

Polygon box with lid

Here you can create boxes with up to 20 corner sides. You can change the distance between the box and the lid with "Playroom". Boxes with 3, 4 or 6 sides can be put together like honeycombs if you make several of the same size.


Everyone has to bury a pharaoh at some point. You can use a pyramid for that.

Diamond box

A box shaped like a diamond. By definition, all four edges are of the same length.

Hat box

A round box shaped like a cylinder. Can e.g. be used as a hat box.