These are boxes based on the openSCAD code from Parametric Hexagonal Boxes - http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1261519 - The code has been expanded to include both hexagonal and pentagonal boxes. The length of the base, height of the box, and thickness of the walls can be chosen There are additional fields of settable parameters. The sides and bases of the boxes are individually referenced. One can chose between six types of decorations or leave any side undecorated. Any two types of decorations can be combined by rotating or translating one set and adding it to the other. Lids can be made by choosing a slightly larger base and short sides. There are instructions in the openSCAD code
These boxes print well on my Replicator. The decorated bases come out nicely when a raft is used; the print can be cut free with a scalpel. An easy fix if it is found too difficult is to leave the bottom plain. With these highly detailed but repetitive patterns the print might lack detail, for example the cats have no ears, but the patterns remain attractive.
Each side of the hexagonal sample box shows one of the 6 available patterns. The bottom of the hexagonal sample box combines two of the patterns, one of which is rotated. All the sides and bottom of the pentagonal sample box were created by combining 2 patterns, three by rotation, and three by translation. The lid to the hexagonal boxes is a simple field of stars while the lid to the pentagonal boxes combines two arrays of pentagons with one rotated by 90 degrees. Details on how the boxes were created are included in the openSCAD code.