20 Unique Ways to Make an Explosion Box
A pretty explosion box with a nice car alongside any special surprise within would be something most people crave to have. The materials for an explosion box include a thick cardstock paper for a sturdier box, alongside a printable template, glue, and scissors. Check out the unique DIYs of making an explosion box.
Each layer could have a personalized note for the recipient.
Embellish the inside of the box with glitters, beads, and colorful ribbons for a showy appearance.
Create a waterfall-like appearance with the cards for a unique look.
If you want to make your little princess’s birthday invitation, a little different then make plenty of such explosion cards. You could also write a small message like “Turning 3”, etc.
If you wish to make a memory box for your boyfriend or girlfriend for a special occasion, this tutorial will serve your purpose.
The template below would give a clear outline of making an explosion box.
The cute eggs, butterflies, and smileys make this an apt explosion box for Easter. You could even add photos of the recipient or the occasion you have designed it for.
A box within a big box, bearing a surprise present, would be a perfect anniversary gift idea.
Add cute pictures of the both of you within for a romantic appeal.
The 3D effect of the hearts enhances the charm of this Valentine’s Day explosion box to the fullest.
A tea light cake contains within this sober-looking explosion box.
You could attach a ring within to surprise your better half to the fullest.
A paper made Christmas tree or Santa Claus would bring in the actual festival fervor.
Following the similar tutorial you may opt for any other theme like Sponge Bob or Batman.
This sweet explosion box would be a perfect Easter or Christmas gift idea.
You could make this for sending out an invitation or as a part of a wedding gift.
These amazing DIYs would help you in making innovative explosion boxes for any occasion like graduation, Easter, Thanksgiving, and so on.
Published on December 8th 2019 by Miranda Gibbs