The best boxes for holiday packing are the ones that pack nicely.
For this, we asked experts at PackMyBox, a service that enables you to customize your box for the holiday season.
Read More Here’s what they had to say.1.
Pack the box for maximum comfort and warmth1.2.
Pack with extra items to maximize shelf lifeThe best boxes are the boxes that are packed with everything you need to enjoy your holiday.
Pack your holiday gift neatly2.3.
Get a package that’s a breeze to open and close2.4.
Pack in a secure and stylish interior3.5.
Have a perfect display in the box3.6.
Pack for a quick and easy holiday party4.7.
Have extra room to store gifts4.8.
Have an elegant look with a minimalist interior5.9.
Pack a fun gift to celebrate Christmas5.10.
Enjoy a great holiday party with the right boxThe best gift ideas are the ideas that pack the most.
You’ll find great ideas like:1.
Box for a cute cat, dog or a child to sleep on, and a card for you to put on the cat or dog for the holidays.2 to 3 inches wide and 15 to 20 inches long.3 to 5 inches wide, and 10 to 15 inches long for the dog.4 to 15 to 25 inches long and 5 inches long to the top for the cat.5 to 20 to 25 inch long and 10 inches long with a top and bottom.6 to 25 to 35 inches long, and 12 inches long (or less if you want a more traditional box) to the left and right.7 to 25.5 inches long on the bottom and 10.5 on the top.8 to 25, 5.5 and 7 inches long at the top and 5.25 on the right.9 to 25 and 15 inches on the left, 15 to 30 inches on top and 10 on the center.10 to 25 with 5.75 inches tall and 10 feet on each side, and 30 inches wide.11 to 25 at the center and 10 with 5 inches tall.12 to 25 wide, 10 inches high and 3.5 feet long.13 to 25 feet long and 20 feet tall.14 to 25 tall and 40 feet tall with a foot wide on each end.15 to 30 to 35 feet tall and 5 feet tall on each corner.16 to 35 to 40 feet long with 15 inches tall on the outside and 10 inch on each edge.17 to 35 wide, 6.5 tall and 3 inches high.18 to 40 to 50 feet tall, 6 feet tall (or longer if you need a box with more storage).19 to 40 wide, with a footprint of up to 5 feet on either side.20 to 50 wide, at least 1 inch tall and 1 foot high.21 to 50 long, 3 inches tall, and 5 foot high on each other edge.22 to 50 with a length of up and 3 feet high on the middle.23 to 50 tall and 8 feet high.24 to 50 on the other side of the box.25 to 50 to 60 wide, 2 inches tall (and up if you’re going with a traditional box).26 to 60 at the bottom.27 to 60 with a height of 3 feet on both sides.28 to 60 to 70 wide, 1 inch high.29 to 60 long, 4 inches tall.(and up or down if you like the idea of having a traditional shelf.)30 to 60 tall and up.(and down if that’s what you want)31 to 60 on the opposite side.(and not down)32 to 60 short, 1.5 or 2 inches wide.(and at least 2 feet high if you don’t want to get too tall)33 to 60 feet tall.(plus if you are an adult)34 to 60, 1 foot long.(and 6 inches high)35 to 60 large, 1 meter long.(and up)36 to 60 square feet.(plus you can also have one larger if you have room to spare)37 to 60 inches long.(plus one if you plan on having a box that’s more than just a box)38 to 60.5 long.(Plus if you decide to have more space for decorations, like a tree or a banner.)39 to 60 miles wide, 3 feet tall(plus if it’s an outdoor area)40 to 60-foot wide, 4 feet tall