DIY Flower Pens

By vickybarone | August 25, 2014
DIY Flower Pens | Vicky Barone

These flower pens make a great gift for teachers and help pens from disappearing off the desk! They also look great in a little jar or a vase. A sweet little bouquet that doubles as writing utensils? We love it. Here’s how to make your own:

DIY Flower Pens | Vicky Barone

Supplies: Pens with caps (not retractable pens), pliers, hot glue, scissors, fake flowers, and washi tape (optional).

1. Use the pliers to slowly pinch the end of a pen. The base should wiggle out (or fly across the room if you squeeze the pliers too hard!). Remove the base and discard.
2. Cut the fake flowers, leaving about 1/4 inch of stem on each flower.
3. Add a small amount of hot glue to the base of the open pen and insert a flower.
4. For added flair, wrap the pen in washi tape!

DIY Flower Pens | Vicky Barone

Add them to a jar and give as a gift to your favorite teacher!

DIY Flower Pens | Vicky Barone

A lot of people are heading back to school today so HAPPY FIRST DAY to you!

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  1. DIY Washi Tape Pencils
    Aug 29, 2014 @ 09:07:31

    […] we’re finding more and more ways to use it. Earlier this week, we showed you how to make flower pens wrapped in washi tape, and today we’ve got an even easier DIY: washi tape pencils. You […]


  2. Natural Handcrafted Soap Company
    Sep 04, 2014 @ 14:29:10

    Cutie very cute


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