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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Get organized with this Darling Pencil Holder

We're back with another fabulous Back-to-school project!!
Check out this great idea!




Altered Straw Holder-Pencil Holder

I can't believe it's almost time to head back to school!  In just two short weeks my kids will be starting back up and my daughter will be a big second grader.  We recently got Lucy her own desk and she's a little unorganized!  So I thought for my post today I would make her a pencil holder to keep at her desk and try and help her along in that organization! 



As I was going thru my cupboards recently, I came across a straw holder that we haven't used in years.  I knew that this would be perfect (and fun) for holding pencils!  



I cut strips of patterned paper that were 2 X 9 inches and wrapped those around the glass container.  I then embellished the front with a 3D Sticker of a Princess that looks like my little girl!  



The next step was to use my I Rock tool and attach some Sparkle!  At the top where there was just glass I attached hearts in a random fashion.  I then added some hearts above and below the 3D Sticker.



My last step was to add just some gems again making use of my I Rock tool.  I just added those above and below the 3D sticker to bring more attention to that.



Woulldn't this be a fun project to do for your little boy or girl or even a special teacher?  Little boys could be done using the Perfect Vacation line and be a perfect match!  Thanks for joining us today!

Supplies:
Imaginisce: Patterned Paper (Little Princess), 3 D Sticker (Little Princess), I Rock tool and I Rocks
American Crafts: Glitter Tape

4 comments:

marylouh said...

Clever idea. Pencils are always getting lost in the clutter. Also a pretty decoration.
thanks for the idea.

TracyM #6773 said...

PRETTY and PRACTICAL!!!
You have done a fabulous job transforming the straw holder into a delightful desk organiser Christine - a VERY CLEVER IDEA :)

cghundley said...

Oh what a cute
creation! Love
it and all the
pretty princess
items.
Carla from Utah

Amy C. said...

Now this is an awesome idea! I'm going to have to give these as gifts to my son's teachers.

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