I am contacted periodically by people wanting to do a service project of some sort. It came to my attention this week when I was doing an angel session that SHARE Parent, a bereavement support organization in my area, is nearly completely out of gift boxes. Volunteers from this group come and do hand and foot molds at the hospitals that aren't equipped to do it themselves, and they present the finished molds to the families in beautifully decorated boxes like the ones shown. These photos are courtesy of some of my angel family friends.
Circle, oval and rectangle boxes are all appropriate. They need to have enough space for some padding as well as up to full term baby size molds (generally of each hand a foot for a total of four). These are all made of cardboard, the sort of boxes you can readily get at any craft store and decorate to your own taste.