These FREE Finding Dory Printable Gift Boxes are perfect for the little Finding Nemo fan in your life. You can fill them with treats, presents or cute Tsum Tsums!
Yes, I’m continuing with my obsession with cute printable gift boxes…like my Star Wars boxes from a couple of weeks ago. We’re all excited for the release of Finding Dory like pretty much everyone else in the country/world. Finding Nemo was one of my favorite Pixar movies, so of course, I have to create some Finding Dory Printable Gift Boxes for the occasion!
We’ve been trying to keep busy in the summer. Since it’s so hot here, we have to do a lot of indoor things (like the Boredom Busters activity set we printed out last week). These boxes actually keep my kids entertained more than the toys. It’s like a mini refrigerator box, but more fun! The Tsum Tsum toys are too cute, though. I can barely resist taking them all home with me.
My plan is to take these to the movie and fill them with popcorn or candy for each one of my kids. I think it will be a HUGE hit! I plan to do a couple more printables for the movie before it comes out! To make these, you’ll need:
- FREE Printables, for personal use only (download link below)
- White Card Stock
- Scissors or Silhouette Cameo
- Hot Glue Gun
- Scoring Board (optional, but it will make your life SOOO much easier)
You can see a video tutorial to make these boxes HERE (the same way I make the Star Wars Boxes). It’s really easier to watch than to explain in person. First, you’ll print and cut out the printables, fold along the lines of the box (using the Scoring Board to crease the lines will make this way easier), then glue the flaps together, except for the top of the box. You want to be able to open and shut the box easily.
Download the Silhouette Files:
Download the PDF Files:
Make sure you UNZIP the Silhouette files after you download them. If you liked these, check out some other fun printables!
My mind is blown over how amazing these are! I can’t believe these are DIY. You’re one talented lady, Erin!
Thanks so much, Elise!
Hi Erin! I love these little boxes thank you so much. I will put them to great use for my sons upcoming bday party. I wanted to ask if you have the pdf for just the face front without the bending. I want to make paddle fans for the kiddos as party favors. its an outdoor party and I live in Texas so its hotter than hot here. LOL Can you please let me know. Thanks again I am still using these as thanks you’s.