1 . Oversized coffee mugs
Oversized coffee mugs have been the trend in coffee mug design for quite a while. You can find them at coffee shops, restaurants and even fast food chains, especially Starbucks. The thing is that they are very difficult to wrap up – their shape is just not suitable for packaging with a regular coffee mug box. There’s just no room for flaps on the top or bottom of a giant coffee cup!
2 . Non-standard Sizes
There may be times when you will get a coffee order that has a very specific dimension; one that definitely won’t fit in your standard coffee mug boxes. For instance, there was this one time when I had to package 30 large cylindrical cups. These coffee mugs were so tall and so wide, I didn’t even know how to fold the boxes smoothly.
I had to come up with something that would allow me to place coffee mug boxes on top of each other without ruining the coffee packaging. That’s when I figured out I could stack coffee mug boxes.
3 . Coffee Mug Boxes Are Cost-Effective
You can save a lot of money by choosing coffee mug boxes over any other type of packaging material; there are two major reasons for this: First, coffee mugs are very cheap – you can get about 100 coffee mugs per dollar (in large quantities). Second, these coffee mugs are very sturdy and travel-friendly; they do not break easily like glass coffee mugs.
4 . Coffee Mug Boxes Are Convenient
If you are a coffee shop owner, coffee mug boxes will simply save your life. Think about it: How many coffee mugs do you have to pack every day? 50, 100? A lot more than that? You can just pop ’em into our coffee cartons and stack them up with ease! Not only that, but they’re so lightweight – one coffee carton can hold as much as 15 coffee cups!
5 . Customizable Structure
If you ever wanted to customize the structure of your coffee cup boxes, these coffee packaging cartons will be perfect for you. Their customizable structure allows you to attach sleeves or windowed lids easily with tape or glue. All you have to do is come up with coffee cup boxes that suit your coffee mugs the best!
6 . Versatility
Let’s say you want coffee mug packaging boxes for cylindrical coffee cups. You can easily design coffee cup box templates in Microsoft Word or Adobe Illustrator; after printing, all you have to do is fold and assemble them together. Coffee mug boxes are one of the most versatile types of packaging materials available on the market today – if your product fits into its dimensions, then chances are that coffee containers will be compatible!
HOW TO CREATE COFFEE MUG BOX TEMPLATES?
Creating coffee cup box templates is easy as 1-2-3 (and without any complicated software).
1 . Find coffee cup dimensions
If you already have coffee cups, it’s time to get your coffee packaging box templates ready. All you have to do is take a few coffee mugs and use them as coffee mug boxes for assembling purposes. Make sure to stack up coffee cartons, so you will be able to find the dimensions of average coffee containers.
2 . Create coffee cup box template in Microsoft Word or Adobe Illustrator
Believe it or not, but creating coffee carton templates is simple. All you have to do is attach front and back flaps together by glueing or taping them up (you can add folded tabs too if needed). After that, add some other creative features like lids or sleeves – make coffee boxes look the way you want them to look like!
3 . Print coffee mug box template and cut it out
After coffee packaging box templates are ready, all you have to do is print coffee container mockups on matte photo paper. Make sure to cut scalloped coffee cup edges off – this step is important if you want coffee mugs with smooth surfaces.
4 . Assemble coffee containers by glueing or taping coffee cup box flaps together
To assemble your coffee cartons, attach front and back cardboard flaps together by glueing them up (you can add folded tape tabs too). After that, add side walls of coffee cups by folding each vertical edge inwards; fold bottom part of coffee bags towards the outside.
5 . Add coffee cup lids or coffee drink sleeves
If you want your coffee mugs to have coffee cup lids, make sure to cut coffee lid flaps from the top part of coffee box. You can glue or tape these coffee cover pieces in place later on. If you want coffee drink sleeves for cylindrical coffee cups, take two coffee sleeve templates and attach them together by gluing sides. After that, fold bottom part upwards and slide it through the bottom of your coffee container mockup; glue folded side seams in place afterwards!
HOW TO DESIGN COFFEE CARTON TEMPLATES?
Well, it’s pretty much like designing any other type of boxes including shoe boxes, coffee boxes, coffee mugs sleeves, coffee cup lids and so on!
1 . Coffee Mug Sizes And Dimensions
All you have to do is find coffee mug dimensions – coffee bag inner area. If you don’t know how big coffee containers can get, take a measuring tape and start measuring your coffee cups. After that, collect coffee bag templates online or just draw coffee container mockups free hand.
2 . Customize Creative Features Of Your Coffee Cartons
Now time for adding creative features of coffee carton templates – coffee sleeve flaps for cylindrical mugs or cake boxes. You can attach them together by gluing sides; after that fold bottom part upwards and fold it inwards. Fold up some other interesting coffee carton features, coffee cup lids for example.
3 . Printing Coffee Stencils And Cutting Them Out
After coffee cartons are ready to be assembled, it’s time to print coffee box templates on matte photo paper. Cut coffee sleeve flaps or coffee cup lids off after printing – coffee sleeve pieces should be attached at the bottom part of an average sized coffee mug.
4 . Assemble Your Coffee Cups By Glueing Or Taping Coffee Bag Flaps Together
To assemble your coffee bags, attach front and back cardboard flaps together by gluing them up (you can add folded tape tabs too). Fold side walls of coffee mugs upwards and glue them in place; fold bottom part of coffee sleeves towards the outside and attach coffee sleeve flaps in place.
5 . Add Coffee Lids Or Coffee Sleeve To Your Coffee Boxes
If you want your coffee containers to have coffee cup lids, cut coffee lid flaps from the top part of coffee box. You can glue or tape these coffee cover pieces in place later on. If you want coffee drink sleeves for cylindrical coffee mugs, take two coffee sleeve templates and attach them together by gluing sides. After that, fold bottom part upwards and slide it through the bottom of your coffee container mockup; glue folded side seams in place afterwards!