Doctor Who Printable Boxes

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This site serves to document quite a few of my geeky endeavors. From Minecraft Creeper Marshmallows, to Zelda Printed Baby blankets, to Mario Boxes and more. So, it probably comes as no surprise that I’m also a big Doctor Who fan.

Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.comAnd what do I do with things I love? I make crafts out of them of course! One of my favorite easy printables are little gift boxes. I’ve done them a couple of times and I love using them for candies and other small trinkets. Being in a special box can really elevate something like chocolate to nerd-chocolate level.

With this project, I knew I had to make a TARDIS. Now, I’m sure some of you know that TARDIS has changes in look over the many years that it has been the center of Doctor Who’s transportation universe. This box is circa 10th doctor. Why? Because I said so.

Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.com

What You Need:

  • Computer and Printer
  • Free Printable Box Template
  • Heavy card stock
  • Sharp scissors and/or knife
  • Glue/glue dots/tape (I used glue stick)

How To Make It:

  1. Print the PDF onto the card stock.
    Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.com
  2. Cut out the TARDIS and the little light. Use a knife to cut two slits in the top of the TARDIS box.
    Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.comEasy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.com
  3. Score on the lines between panels. (I like to use a butter knife with a ruler to keep i t straight) Scoring will definitely make a prettier box.
    Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.com
  4. Fold the box and use glue or tape to secure the opposite sides.
  5. Fold down the bottom of the box and tape or glue.
    Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.com
  6. Score and fold the light in a similar fashion. Glue the opposite sides. DO NOT fold down the bottom tabs.
    Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.com Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.com
  7. Insert the light into the slits you cut in step 2.
    Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.com
  8. Done! If you want, you can glue the light on top, or tape/glue the box shut. I like to keep it easy-open.
    Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.com Easy DIY Doctor Who paper boxes. Great for small trinkets and treats, or just as desktop fun. Free printable and instructions! | saynotsweetanne.com

 

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Kayla Domeyer

My name is Kayla and I am a Graphic Designer. That means that I love pretty things, and also that I like to make free printables! I'm so happy that you've stopped by to visit my blog, and I hope you will follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Google +, Pinterest or Instagram!! (Yeah, and I'm totally addicted to the internet).

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3 thoughts on “Doctor Who Printable Boxes

  1. My friend is getting a Dr Who surprise 50th birthday. I am making cake pop favors and looking for Dr Who calendar pop boxes. Do you think these would work for a single cake pop?

    1. They’d definitely fit (cake part down) but you might have to trip the sticks. Let me know how they turn out!

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