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How to make a present in Minecraft?

Minecraft is a game that allows players to make whatever they want out of the hundreds of blocks that are available to mine in the game. In the aptly named Creative mode, you have an endless supply of whatever you need to build whatever you want. 

In this article, we’re looking at how to make a present in Minecraft. 

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Materials required

For this build, we’ll be needing the following items. 

  • Red Concrete: For making the present box.
  • Smooth Quartz: For making adding the lace.
  • Smooth Quartz Stairs: For making the tie.
  • Smooth Quartz Slab: For making the tie.

Keep in mind that the items mentioned above are subjective, and you can choose to make your present out of any solid or semi-solid block you want. 


Building a present

Follow these steps to make a quick and easy present box in Minecraft. 

Step 1: Make a 5 x 5 cube using red concrete. You can alter the dimensions to suit your needs.

How to make a present in Minecraft?

Step 2: Remove one row of blocks from the middle vertically and horizontally. 

How to make a present in Minecraft?

Step 3: Repeat step two for all the faces.

How to make a present in Minecraft?

Step 4: Fill in the removed blocks with smooth quartz. Once again, you can use any other block you want. 

How to make a present in Minecraft?

Step 5: Create two ‘U’ shaped structures on the top and link them using the same blocks used to make them. This can quickly be done using Smooth Quartz Stairs and Smooth Quartz slabs. However, feel free to experiment.

How to make a present in Minecraft?

And that’s all you need to do to make a present in Minecraft. You can even leave the interior hollow and keep a gift inside for whoever you want. 

Check out the video below for additional help if the steps mentioned above weren’t enough for you.

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