3D Coffee Cup Paper Gift Box Tutorial!

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Hi everyone! I have a really fun tutorial for you this week! Now that it’s October, pumpkin spice lattes and hot chocolates are everywhere. I’m always trying to think up fun gift box ideas, and I got thinking, why not create a 3D paper coffee cup gift box design!

Click the image below to watch the video tutorial:


I think these turned out so cute and fun! It’s one of my favorite gift boxes I’ve designed so far! Put a Starbucks (or any other coffee place) gift card inside, and it makes the perfect gift for coffee lovers (or hot chocolate lovers)! This would also make a great gift for a teacher who loves coffee!


  • Card stock or other heavy paper in 3 colors (you’ll want to use heavy paper for this)
  • Hot glue (you can always try other types of glue, but you’ll need something with a very strong, quick hold)
  • Score tool (or an old pen that no longer writes)
  • Ruler
  • Scissors

As you are assembling the box, be sure to “stretch” the sides around the bottom of the cup as much as you can, everything needs to fit tightly together.

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Have a cutting machine?

The SVG file for this project is available for purchase – please click the folder.

Let me know if you have any questions or comments, I’d love to hear from you 🙂

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Julia Vonck

This was an awesome pattern to follow and make! I made this for Mother’s Day and my Mum enjoyed it! Thanks for all your great work! God bless 🙂