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Chocolate Frog Box – Harry Potter Printable

Thanksgiving is over, December has begun—it’s officially the holiday season! And it’s time to get ready for Christmas gifting. Today I’ve got an extra special design that would make a perfect present for Harry Potter fans (particularly ones with a sweet tooth). Use this fun template to make a chocolate frog box that looks like it came straight from Honeydukes!

Chocolate Frog Box
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When my husband and I visited the Wizarding World of Harry Potter a couple years ago, I absolutely loved the sweet shop! And the chocolate frogs in their lovely packaging were pretty much irresistible. So, this Christmas, I thought it would be fun to make some boxes of my own to give out to family and friends.

Chocolate Frog Box

What you need:

  • My Chocolate Frog Box Template
  • Cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Bone Folder (optional)
  • Ruler/Scoring Tool
  • Glue
Chocolate Frog Box

How to Make:

1. Print the box design, and cut out the shapes.

Chocolate Frog Box

2. Use a ruler and scoring tool to prep your creases (particularly the ones on the top section). Use a bone folder to make your creases.

Note: If you don’t have a scoring tool or bone folder, you can always fold it normally. I just really like the crisp look this creates.

Chocolate Frog Box

3. Top: glue the tab to the neighboring section to creat the pentagon shape.

Bottom: glue each of the triangle flaps to the neighboring section. Fold down flaps and glue over the top.

Connect the top and bottom box sections (the box will open like a clam shell).

Chocolate Frog Box
Chocolate Frog Box

As part of the download, I’ve also included an SVG cut file. In order for this to work, it needs to be set up as a “print then cut” file. I’ve been hesitant to offer “print then cut” designs on my blog because of the number of intricate steps involved in the execution of the cut. Plus, it only works in Cricut design space, so Silhouette users are left out.

Watch the video on how to set this file up for “print then cut:”

If you would like to see more designs like this in the future, please let me know!

Chocolate Frog Box

I’ve also included an insert for a “famous witch or wizard” card along with the chocolate frog box template. You can customize this with a picture of the person your gifting this to, a favorite celebrity, or maybe a picture of you (because everyone could use more pictures of your pretty face)!

Chocolate Frog Box

I use a Cricut Explore to do my die cut designs, and I absolutely love it! For tips on creating fun paper cuts like this one, see the FAQ section on my website. Also, be sure to check out the other awesome Harry Potter freebies available on my blog!

Chocolate Frog Box

I’m loving how this box turned out! Now all I need is a frog candy mold and I’ll be set.

Enjoy putting this fun chocolate frog box together! Do you have a Harry Potter fan in your life that would appreciate this?

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Chocolate Frog Box

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10 Comments

10 Comments on Chocolate Frog Box – Harry Potter Printable

  1. Leslie McKay
    December 4, 2018 at 8:18 am (1 week ago)

    Thank you so much for all your lovely designs!
    I do have a small issue with the Chocolate Frog Box, though. When I upload it into Design Space because it’s save as an .svg it will not give me the option to save it as Print then Cut. It immediately separates it into layers. Could you possibly offer it as a .png instead?
    Thanks again!

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    • Mandee
      December 4, 2018 at 8:40 am (1 week ago)

      Hi Leslie! I knew this would probably be a challenge, so I plan to make a tutorial video soon on how to import the design for “print then cut.” The design took me so long to create that I at least wanted to get it out there for people to use, but I realize that there are a lot of steps in importing for “print then cut,” so I’ll explain it in a video soon. 🙂

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  2. Leslie McKay
    December 4, 2018 at 8:57 am (1 week ago)

    Actually, scratch that! I was able to make it work by ungrouping, moving the score lines aside, flattening the remaining objects, then moving the score lines back and regrouping.
    Lovely, lovely work and thank you again for your generosity!

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    • Mandee
      December 4, 2018 at 9:01 am (1 week ago)

      You are a genius—you didn’t even need my help! 😉 Glad you were able to get it figured out!!

      Reply
  3. Nerina
    December 4, 2018 at 9:58 am (1 week ago)

    c’est magnifique, ma nièce va adorer. Merci beaucoup. Pour le moule grenouille, il y en a en silicone sur le site d’Aliexpress si vous n’êtes pas trop pressée pour les recevoir.
    Amitiés N
    Nerina

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    • Mandee
      December 4, 2018 at 10:08 am (1 week ago)

      You’re very welcome Nerina! Have fun making it for your niece!! Ooo, good tip on the frog mold—I will have to check that out. 😀

      Reply
  4. Debby Wright
    December 4, 2018 at 3:27 pm (1 week ago)

    This is incredible.. Thank you.

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    • Mandee
      December 6, 2018 at 8:36 am (6 days ago)

      You’re very welcome Debby!

      Reply
  5. lia visser
    December 5, 2018 at 3:10 am (7 days ago)

    hey Mandee,
    i would like to thank you for the beuatiful gifts you make

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    • Mandee
      December 5, 2018 at 8:49 am (7 days ago)

      Aww, thanks Lia! I’m glad you like my designs. 😀

      Reply

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