Learn how you can personalize and decorate your pens and pencils and how to make fancy containers to hold those pens and pencils. These are fun for back-to-school or to use in the office.
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Discover how easy it is to dress up all of your pens and pencils by using alphabet beads and wire
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This tutorial teaches you how to use silk flowers to make fancy pens and pencils you will love to use.
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You can use a handful of craft sticks and a tin can or toilet paper roll to craft a container you can use to hold pens or pencils.
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Learn how you can make a fun pencil or crayon pot using crayon wrappers and decoupage techniques.Continue to 5 of 14 below.
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Dangling Bead Pencil
You can personalize your pencils by embellishing them with a string of beads. Try to find special beads that represent your interests, like beads shaped like sports balls.
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Decorate a Pencil Case How-To Video
Watch this how-to video and you will get ideas and be inspired to decorate your own pencil case.
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Feather Face Pencil
These instructions explain how you can give your school pencils some personality using feathers and wiggle eyes.
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Jackie Burrell, the About.com Guide to Young Adults, shares how to make a fashionable pencil holder using a can and photos.Continue to 9 of 14 below.
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Magic Wand Pencil
Craft yourself a colorful wand that you can use to pretend you are a wizard and finish your homework with.
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Mosaic Tin Can
This amazing tin can will look beautiful on any desk holding your pens and pencils.
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Pencil Holder Video Tutorial
This craft video will teach you how to dress up a tin can or disposable cup into an elegant pencil holder.
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Pencil Top Critter
You can use a few basic craft supplies to dress up your pencils using these simple suggestions.Continue to 13 of 14 below.
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School Fun Pencil Holder
Check out this adorable pencil holder Jan made using chipboard, paper, ribbon, and stickers.
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Yellow Dots Painted Pot
A visitor named Di shared this painted pot she made. I think it would make a fun pencil holder, don't you?