DIY Watermelon Print Gift Boxes with Office Labels
I can’t get enough watermelon these days so I created another fun project inspired by the delicious summer fruit! This time I grabbed my handy gift box tool and some office color coding labels to create pillow boxes that are perfect for storing candy and small gifts.
A couple years ago I used color coding labels to create instant party decor so I’ve had a few boxes of labels stashed away in my supply closet. Ever since then I’ve been trying to come up with a use for them and I’m pretty sure this is the best possible use. I mean, who really uses these around the office?
After making tiny yellow watermelons, I instantly started seeing tacos instead so you can totally change it up and make taco patterned boxes too!
gift box tool
color coding labels
black felt-tip marker
Time: 5 minutes
Step 1: Use the gift box tool to cut out as many boxes as you need. The ones pictured here are size #1. Get step-by-step directions on how to use the gift box tool here.
Step 2: Cut the color coding labels in half.
Step 3: Place the green labels all over the front side of the boxes (this is the side you used the embossing tool to score the paper). Place red labels (or whatever color label you want the watermelons to be) on top of the green ones and use the marker to dot each one. Allow the ink to dry for a couple minutes and assemble the boxes.
They would make the cutest favor boxes at a summer party. They are also the perfect size for small gifts like gift cards and jewelry. And if you you’re wondering what else you can do with the gift box tool, my friend Haeley shows you 5 ways to decorate a gift box. And you can always make popsicle gift boxes too!
Nailcolor: Bling Bling gel by Marilyn Monroe Spas
Check out my other #12MonthsofMartha projects including my popsicle pillow boxes! And if you love watermelon everything too try my watermelon mint agua fresca punch and check out all these adorable watermelon items!
Rachel | The Crafted Life
Too cute Sarah! Pinned!
Michael Wurm Jr.
This is SOOO GOOD! You are killing it! :)
SarahMichael Wurm Jr.
Thanks so much, Michael! Means a lot coming from you! :)
Jenn @ EngineerMommy
I love this idea. So clever and so pretty!
SarahJenn @ EngineerMommy
Thanks so much, Jen!
You’r my hero. This is literally brilliant!!
Haha thanks girl! I seriously want to put watermelon stickers on everything now!
very beautiful things :-)