Have you created a software product, digital product, or other product that could use an attractive box? This article contains step-by-step instructions for making an attractive box for your product using Photoshop.
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How to Create a Product Box in Photoshop

Do you want to design an attractive box for your product? With Photoshop, you can easily create one, just like this:

Final product box image

Steps

1. Start Photoshop and create a new document by typing CTRL+N. To have plenty of space to work with, for "Name:" enter ProductBox, "Width:" enter 600, for "Height:" enter 600, "Resolution:" enter 72, and "Background Contents:" enter White. Click "OK."

Create a new document

2. Add the front and side of the box.

1. Create a front and side for the product box as separate documents, or open the front and side images downloaded from the "Things You'll Need" section below. For this How-to, the images being used are the downloaded images. If you want to create your own front and side, download the images from below and use them as a starting point for your own images.

2. Activate the product_box_front document by clicking its toolbar. Type CTRL+A to select the entire document, and then CTRL+C to copy the contents of the document.

3. Activate the ProductBox document we just created by clicking its toolbar. Type CTRL+V to paste the front of the box into the document.

4. Activate the product_box_side document by clicking its toolbar. Type CTRL+A to select the entire document, and then CTRL+C to copy the contents of the document.

5. Activate the ProductBox document we created, and type CTRL+V to paste the side of the box into the document. You can now close the front and side of the box documents, you don't need them anymore.

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