How to make Custom Small Bottle Boxes

custom small bottle boxes

There are a lot of packaging options out there for the small bottles that you might want to send as gifts or use for promotional materials. But when you want something more personal, with your own custom design, creating your own custom small bottle boxes can be a great option. Here’s how to make one:

Measure the dimensions of your bottle:

To start, you need to measure the dimensions of your bottle. To do this, simply measure its height, width and depth. It’s also important to measure the dimensions of your custom small bottle boxes so that you know how big of a box you will need (i.e., if your bottle is 3” x 2 1/2” x 3 1/2” and you want an extra 1/8″ space between each layer of bottles, then all four rows in your box should measure 4 1/4″ tall.) You should also measure the diameter of any caps on top or bottom of your bottles since these can be different sizes depending on what kind of cap it is.

If possible, try using templates for each size product that needs custom boxes for them (such as wine bottles). This way there won’t be any guesswork involved when trying to get everything just right!

Once you have the measurements, cut a piece of corrugated cardboard to fit in the bottom of your box. This will be used as a base for the bottles so that they don’t slide around when being shipped. Next, use packing tape to secure one side of each custom small bottle boxes into place (you can start with one row first). Once all custom small bottle boxes are secured along one side, then start taping down another row of bottles on top and continue this process until everything is taped down securely.

Determine the length and width of the box you’ll need to fit your bottle:

To determine the length and width of your box, measure the bottle. The box should be just a little bit longer than the bottle; this way, it will fit snugly in place.

  • Measure your custom small bottle boxes from top to bottom, including any decorations on its sides (like ribbons or ruffles). If you don’t want anything covering up this side of the label, use a ruler and pencil to mark off how long it is.
  • Measure your box from front to back along all four sides. Add an extra inch or so onto each dimension—you’ll need plenty of space for glue!

Cut your cardboard into two sheets, with dimensions that match the box you’re working to create:

  • Cut your cardboard into two sheets, with dimensions that match the box you’re working to create. You can use any kind of cardboard for this step, as long as it’s sturdy enough to hold the bottle and its contents (and if you’ve chosen to make a gift box that protects the bottle at all times). Your measurements should be based on how large you want your finished product to be, but keep in mind that most bottles require some extra space around their base in order to prevent spills or breakage during transportation.
  • After cutting out two pieces of cardboard, fold them over so they form one continuous piece of material with four distinct sides: back/top/left/right. Then use glue or tape along each side seam so everything stays together while drying overnight before moving onto assembly! It’s always a good idea when working with strong adhesives like these ones here so make sure not get any on yourself either though — no one likes ruined clothes!”

Once your box is assembled, it’s time to decorate! We recommend using markers or paint pens for this step, as they’re easy to use and will give a professional look. If you’ve got kids who want to help out with the project, we recommend letting them draw on their own piece of cardboard first so they can practice their skills without ruining anything important.

Cut a strip of cardboard to match the height of your box:

  • Cut a strip of cardboard to match the height of your box.
  • Measure half the width of the bottle (from top to bottom), then add 1/2″ for seam allowance on each side and cut two strips that length.
  • Repeat with the other half of the custom small bottle boxes and glue them together along one edge with right sides facing each other, leaving at least 1/8″ gap between glued edge and raw edges; repeat on back side (see photo).

Measure the height of the bottle (from top to bottom) and cut a strip of cardboard that length. Measure half the width of the bottle (from side to side), then add 1/2″ for seam allowance on each end and cut two strips that length; repeat with other half of box and glue them together along one edge with right sides facing each other, leaving at least 1/8″ gap between glued edge and raw edges; repeat on back side (see photo).

Insert the bottle into the box:

Now that you’ve decided on the size of your custom small bottle boxes it’s time to insert the bottle.

  • Measure your bottles carefully before choosing a box. The height of your custom small bottle boxes should be less than or equal to two inches shorter than the height of your custom small bottle boxes.
  • If your custom small bottle boxes have a lids, make sure to place it on top before inserting your custom small bottle boxes so that it doesn’t fall out when you lift off the lid after filling up with soda or water. You can also choose not to use lids if this isn’t an issue for you!
  • After securing any lids in place and checking that all sides are secure, check that nothing moves around inside during transit by giving it a shake back and forth; if anything shifts more than half an inch from its original position, tighten things up until they’re stable again (and don’t forget about those labels!).

When you’re ready to fill your custom small bottle boxes with soda or water, just pour it in through the hole. You can also use any other kind of liquid—just make sure that it’s not too thick or hard to pour!

Using these simple steps, you can create a custom small box for any bottle:

It’s easy to make your own custom small bottle boxes. All you need is a few supplies and a bit of time.

  • The first step is to measure the bottle you want to put in the box, as well as the dimensions of the box itself. You can also determine how long you want your opening flap to be—this will depend on what kind of label you are using or if there is any text that needs to be seen when looking at the top of your product.
  • After measuring both items, it’s time to cut out two pieces of cardboard with these dimensions (you can use an electric knife or scissors). If possible, try cutting both pieces at once so they match up perfectly!
  • Next comes adding packing tape around all four sides of each piece so they stay together while being folded into shape.* Be sure not to use too much tape so as not damage any part underneath; just enough so one piece doesn’t slide off another while folding and unfolding repeatedly over several days until perfect!

Once the pieces have been taped together and the size is correct, it’s time to cut out two flaps on each side of one piece. These flaps should be about half as wide as the width of your box (so if it’s 4 inches wide, your flaps should be 2 inches wide). You’ll also want to make sure they are long enough so they overlap when folded together with another piece—just measure them out carefully!

Conclusion:

Now that you’ve learned how to make custom small bottle boxes, it’s time to get creative! Use your imagination and create something amazing. We’d love to see what you come up with so please share with us in the comments below!

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