DIY Popcorn Boxes or “Chuck” Cheese Ball Boxes + Free Printable

When my sister had her Chuck party last week, I whipped up these printable boxes for her to hold Chuck’s favorite snack – cheese balls! I couldn’t resist making matching food flags in the style of the episode names and Orange Orange yogurt labels too. :) I wasn’t able to be there for the party, but doesn’t it look like a great time?



If you’re interested in holding your own Chuck party, I’ve made the cheese ball box and Chuck labels available for you to download here. Enjoy!

Aside from being great for holding cheese balls, these also make perfect popcorn boxes. Or pretzel boxes. Or my personal favorite – Xtra Cheddar Flavor Blasted Goldfish boxes! For all those non-Chuck-related events, I’ve made an additional blank popcorn box template for you, along with a tutorial as well! Keep reading for the full tutorial and pics…

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DIY Popcorn Box Tutorial


Materials: paper, scissors, double-sided tape, bone folder, popcorn box template
Step 1: Print out the DIY popcorn box template onto the wrong side of the paper (my paper was the same color both sides).

Step 2: Cut out the template along the solid lines.

Step 3: Score along the dotted fold lines (I’m using a Martha Stewart bone folding kit that comes with a grooved surface. The grooves help me line up my paper and allow me to make straight creases without a ruler. If you don’t have the kit, you can just use a ruler with your bone folder.)

Step 4: Fold along the creased lines and tape together.

Step 5: Fill with your favorite snack and enjoy while watching your favorite TV show!

Note: If you’d like, you can also trim along the top edge of the box with scalloped or decorative scissors like my sister did with her cheese ball boxes!


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6 thoughts on “DIY Popcorn Boxes or “Chuck” Cheese Ball Boxes + Free Printable

    • Rajab – I used cardstock, but any thicker paper stock should be fine! Nothing too flimsy, or else it will be hard for the box to stand up on its own.

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