A homemade pencil holder can house your stationery with style. You are free to render your own designs on them to make them look as per your preferences. You can craft them out of paper, mason jars, plastic bottles, toilet paper rolls, etc. They can be set on the study table or hung from the wall. Whichever way you place them, they add an element of décor to your space.
This white pencil holder would look awesome on a student’s desk. It would also help to keep his stationery organized.
This colorful pencil holder is made from bottle caps that are stuck together with a hot glue gun. The smileys on the caps are heartwarming.
This craft can be done at the beginning of the school year when most of the students are in a pleasant and carefree mood. The handmade pencil holders are colored by covering them with felt.
These fun pencil holders are made out of patterned paper. If you wish, you can use white paper and paint on it to add a personal touch.
This awesome pencil holder is made out of recycled materials. You can give it as a gift to your teacher. She would be delighted.
Drawing time with kids would be less of a struggle by keeping the color pencils organized in this rustic pencil holder.
This easy pencil holder is made from toilet paper tubes. They do a great job of holding your pencils, markers and pens.
This tin can pencil holder would keep your school locker neat and clean. You can decorate it with alphabet beads and embellishments like buttons, threads, etc.
The fun faces on these mason jar pencil holders would make your kid crave for owning them. They owe their looks to careful painting.
The golden heat on this blue pencil holder makes it stand out on your desk. It is basically a painted mason jar.
This would be a beautiful Valentine’s Day gift. Your beloved can keep her pencils, color pencils and pens in it.
We are sure that after going through the above ideas, you would be raring to start off with your craft. The choice of which design you would make would depend on the materials that are readily available to you and your skills like painting, drawing, clay modeling, etc.
Published on July 6th 2020 by Peyton Derrida