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BRP Box Shop

BRP Box Shop

1905 Lincoln Way, Clinton (IA), 52732, United States

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Wholesale & Supply Store

Work hours
MO 08:00 – 16:30 SAclosed
TU 08:00 – 16:30 SUclosed
WE 08:00 – 16:30
TH 08:00 – 16:30
FR 08:00 – 16:30
About We make the boxes we sell. We aren't the middle man. We design your bakery boxes, we manufacture them, and we ship them right to you from our facility.
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Description We are Your Direct Connection for Great Boxes!

We make what we sell. With the exception of our non-box items (also great pricing), the products you buy are designed, cut/windowed/glued/folded/packed and shipped to you - all from the very same building...a stone's throw away from the Mighty Mississippi River.

We Are Fast!

From early morning to the time the UPS van backs up to have its suspension challenged, we are working with great haste and efficiency to get your boxes to you.

We Listen!

Having customers considerate enough to share new ideas with a business manufacturing what it sells makes for a relationship between producer and consumer that is all but extinct these days. There is a direct connection between the items we make and sell and the people who buy and use them. If you have an idea, please let us know!
Founded July 1, 2005

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BRP Box Shop

10 samples for $10!

Nothing is more irritating than opening up a cake box and finding that your cake has somehow pressed itself against the side of the box and icing has been smudged all over.  I've decided the $1 10"x10"x5" cake boxes from Walmart just don't cut it anymore.  Many users on say they get their boxes from BRP Box Shop.  They offer 10 samples for $10 where you get to chose 10 different products they carry and they ship it to you for free :)  Here's what I got:

  • 4" x 4" Single Standard Cupcake Holder, Reversible White/Brown.
  • 10" x 10" 6 Count Standard Cupcake Holder, Reversible White/Brown.
  • 10" x 10 "x 4" White/White With Window One Piece Lock & Tab Box With Lid.
  • 4" x 4" x 4" Brown/Brown With Window One Piece Lock & Tab Box With Lid.
  • 8" x 8" x 4" Brown/Brown With Window Lock & Tab Box With Lid.
  • 10" x 10" x 6" Brown/Brown Without Window Lock & Tab Box With Lid.
  • 10" x 10" x 6" Brown/Brown With Window Lock & Tab Box With Lid.
  • 10" x 10" x 6" White/White With Window Lock & Tab Box With Lid.
  • 10" x 10" x 5" White/White With Window Lock & Tab Box With Lid.
  • 4" x 4" x 4" Diamond Blue/White With Window Lock & Tab Box With Lid.

The side panels come with a tab shape that tucks under the middle slit.

Their "natural" boxes are nice and sturdy with good character.

The front have 2 half-circle slits that the top lip slides in to.

Above is the side of the 10"x10"x4" box.  I don't know what those little half-circle slits are for.

I managed to rip the insert as I was wrestling to get it in to place.

These front slits aren't the easiest thing to line up either!

This 6 count cupcake holder fits into a 10"x10" box.

It was extremely difficult to get all the tabs and inserts to slide in to place once the cupcake holder was in.

This little box makes for a cute souvenir holder.

You can keep a cuppie inside!

This is the 10"x10"x5" box.

I was unhappy with how the top insert went in to place.  That's exactly the part that messes up my cakes!

These were the best!  10"x10"x6".

The side tab inserts were shaped differently than the 10"x10"x5"
boxes.  I didn't have to wrestle to get it into the slots and in to place. 

The tops didn't have the wing-shaped insert.  It had a long triangular insert that easily slipped in.

These were extremely easy to work with.  I might just have to order me a batch of these!


I liked the brown windowed 10"x10"x6" boxes the best.  They were sturdy and easy to put together.  I don't know if I can convince Hubby to drop $70 for 100 boxes when I don't even own a business...

  1. Lil mosey drawing
  2. Celtic border clipart
  3. Camaro 2016 inside

BRP Box Shop Long Cookie Box Giveaway

BRP Box Shop has done it!

They listened to our requests and considerations and created a cookie gift box I know you'll love!

Let me back up a moment for those that may not know what I'm talking about.

Over the summer, I reached out to my friends at BRP Box Shop to see if they would entertain a new cookie box dimension. I've used their boxes for 2-cookie sets in the past, but thought it would be awesome if a longer box that holds 3 regular cookies could be made possible.

BRP was so open to the idea and created a prototype for me to try out. I shared this prototype box on social media and asked you guys for your thoughts. You all were very receptive and gave tons of valuable insight to what changes would make this box idea even better. The cookie community thanks you for that!

Now that box is here and available for purchase!

What I Love About These Long Cookie Boxes

Let me first answer what I think most people are wondering most.

The dimensions of these boxes are:

12" x 5" x 1.5"

They are available in semi-glossy white (Item # 4093x4094).

sleigh and reindeer cookies in a box by

And also available in kraft brown (Item# 4092x4095).

Gingerbread cookies in a box by

Here's what I love most about these long cookie boxes:

  • They fit 3 regular-sized cookies (about 4" tall and 3" wide) comfortably. This makes it a great option for cookie sets that could spell out words like “BOO”, “JOY”, “ABC”, “MOM”, or “DAD”, etc.
  • There's plenty of extra room for cookies in heal-sealed bags. No more bunching of the cellophane around the cookies.
  • These boxes are 1.5" thick, instead of the previous 1.25" of their other cookie boxes. This is great for those that prefer baking a thicker cookie. It's also great for floral cookies, which has a heightened layer of icing.

BRP Box Shop Giveaway!

What I'm most excited about is the chance to give one lucky winner a whole case for themselves!

The generous crew at BRP Box Shop is giving away a CASE (that's 100 boxes with lids!) to one of you! The winner gets to choose what box material (white or kraft) to receive as well.

To enter a chance to win, use the Rafflecopter widget below. Please allow a few moments for it to load. One winner will be randomly chosen on Monday morning, November 5th, 2018.

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Yes, BRP Box Shop offers Free Shipping all the time. Free delivery on all orders to the lower 48 states. UPS will not refund shipping charges for shipments that are delayed due to adverse weather conditions or mechanical failure.Transit time does not include Monday, December 25th and will add one additional day to shipping. Please, order accordingly. Transit time does not include Monday, January 1st 2018 and will add one additional day to shipping. Please, order accordingly. Learn more about BRP Box Shop`s shipping policy on this page

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KC Bakes

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to visit BRP Box Shop – it was an awesome experience that I’ll never forget.

I’ve been a big fan of BRP ever since discovring their boxes through their participation of my OCCPMU meet-up. Not only are the boxes incredible, but the people behind the scenes are some of the nicest, funniest, most genuine people. You’ll meet them, too, throughout this post.

I flew out to Chicago, met up with my friend Bob of Takes The Cake, and we drove a few hours to Clinton, Iowa – it was my first time seeing the Mississippi River in person! Sing it with me… M-i-s-s-i-s-s-i-p-p-i!

I was so excited to see how their amazing boxes are made, so we jumped right into a behind-the-scenes tour.


When there’s an idea for a new box design, the concept goes through quite a few phases before it can go into production. First, Kip showed us how they design items on the computer. He made a swirly design – much harder to create than you’d think, actually.


The design is then sent to this sample plotter, which has unique way of cutting out the pattern that was just mocked up in the computer. The picture is a little blurry because it moves so fast as it works! Do you see the swirls?


Here’s Bob showing off our newly-cut swirly design.


This process allows BRP to take ideas, design and cut them, then be able to hold the actual item and determine if it’s something that can go into production and become part of their product line. Such a neat process!

Next, we went out into the factory…

Connie showed us how the whole process starts. The box material comes in these huge, HUGE rolls – so big, they’re delivered by train.


As you may know, BRP offers quite a variety of box colors – red, blue, pink, yellow, green, black, etc. Ready for this fun fact? BRP dyes the box material themselves!

Using the machine below, they place a large roll of white paper on the right and its looped through different feeders to go through the ink process. This job was making black paper – see the vertical strip on the left next to Box Maker Brad? Pretty cool, right?


After the paper is dyed, it needs to be cut into the various box designs. For this job, they had loaded in a large roll of kraft paper (on right).


As it runs through the center of the machine, it cuts out the individual box layouts at high-speed.


In addition to making a sample on their prototype machine, a big step in the new-design process is to consult with the engineers out in the plant who run the machines, to see if its something they are equipped to produce.

Remember that swirly we made? Kip showed our new ‘design’ to Gary to see what he thought. He wasn’t so sure at first, but I think we won him over.


As the boxes are cut out, the remaining scraps are sucked up into a tube that goes to the adjacent room. The scraps travel up a conveyer belt and are baled into these huge bundles. I saw nothing but craft-project potential, but they are busy bees at BRP – so off to recycling it goes.


If you get any BRP Boxes that have windows on them, like these cool cupcake boxes, they go through this machine – don’t stand on it. The boxes zoom through and get little strips of glue applied to the edges of the window area.


Then they come out this end with the window attached. Can you see that purple glow around the edges? They use UV light to make sure it was glued just right. Pretty fancy!


Some of BRP boxes are shipped to you flat. But some of them, like the pie boxes below, arrive already folded. Box Maker Dave showed us some pretty cool machines that do all of the folding – it was so interesting to watch. They go in as flat boxes as he’s showing below, then come out on the other end as complete boxes!


Once all of the dying, cutting, gluing and folding is complete, there are huge stacks of final products ready to be packaged up.


Afterwards, they are boxed and stored in their assigned areas in the warehouse. Can you hear the choir of angels singing? Ahhhh 🙂 Look at all of those boxes, stacked quite literally from floor to ceiling!


Beep beep! Eddi showed us how she maneuvers the forklifts to retrieve boxes from up on the high shelves. The dexterity she had with that big machine was incredibly impressive.


Now, have you ever shopped online for something new, but the item only came in high quantities – so you have to debate whether or not you want to risk buying a lot of something, that you’re not sure if it will work right for your project? BRP solves that problem by allowing customers to Order Samples! For just $10, you can select up to 5 different box samples.

Here in the Sample Room, Jane & Madonna put all of the sample orders together and send them out to you bakers, while listening to their favorite tunes (slow country) on their radio. They surprised Bob & I with a Welcome sign, decorated with cupcake and cake pop stickers. We were so touched!


Back in the offices, we got to meet Sue – if you call BRP, chances are you’re talking to her!


We also met Linda, who processes all of your orders. She was showing me all of the pins on the world map where they’ve shipped orders.


Then we spotted Ann up on the ladder in their photography room, where they take all of the amazing website pictures. Ann also runs BRP’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. Be sure to tag @brpboxshop or use their hashtag #brpboxshop when sharing on social media, she loves reposting customers’ photos!


And there you have it!

Did you have any idea just how much work goes into making a box? I certainly didn’t. I was honestly so impressed by the incredible box-making process, as well as the fantastic box makers themselves. It’s such a special place – you can actually feel the love they put in those boxes!

All good tours have a prize at the end, and this one is no exception…



How to Fold BRP Item 3699 (and 3510 kraft) Pie Slice Box

Yes, take off your swimming trunks, let's go naked, so as not to breed nurses. Oleg, well, you are not yours. For me it was the last straw and I decided that it will be and it. Will be. Were not going to be shot, and wed like something like that, dont understand why.

Now discussing:

Well, come on, suck it now. I miss your fucking mouth. He unbuttoned his jeans and pulled them down to his knees, and in front of me was his fat man in a ready-made state.

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