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Pencil Pot

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Materials
» Empty cardboard tube or any type of plastic container
» Thin Cardboard
» Patterned paper of your choice
» Glue
» 2 or 3 Pencils
Method:

Measure the height and circumference of the pot. Cut out pieces from the pattern paper in the same measurement, the height should be slightly larger. You could use wallpaper, wrapping paper or marbled paper. Roll the paper in the shape of a cylinder with the front side inside. Apply glue on the back side of the pattern cylinder. Carefully  slot into the inside of the pot, pressing it around the inside walls of the pot. Cut darts on the excess paper at the top and glue them down to the outside one by one. Take the other piece of pattern  paper and stick it to the outside so that the edge is level with the top of the pot. Once again cut the darts into the excess length at the bottom and glue them onto the base.

Now trace the base of the pot on the thin cardboard  and cut out a circle slightly smaller. Glue on patterned paper on both  sides of this circle and drop it inside the pot as base. Cut out another circle from the pattern paper and glue it on the outside base. Now your pencil pot is ready for use.

To make the matching pencils cut out a strip of the patterned paper. Apply glue on the back side and place the pencil at one edge and roll tightly and carefully. Trim the paper where necessary. Your lovely pencil pot is ready.

 

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6 Comments


Davinder Kaur, Kanpur
January 30, 2012
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Its very good & low price idea : really nice
 
kavinilavu, coimbatore
April 12, 2011
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very nice'execellent''''
 
Cathy, US,New Jersy
February 21, 2011
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Yah,this idea is nice of wrapping the pencils with the pattern paper!
 
Ugain Jain, Gurgaon
January 2, 2011
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your pencil pot is one of the best pencil pot that i have ever seen.
 
Sree latha, Hyderabad
December 23, 2010
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Hai making the pencilpot is very easy to children and they will get good complements from their parents and elders. Thanqu
 
Simran, Mullanpur
May 28, 2010
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I like ur idea of pencil box