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Play Date Pens & Pencils Holder

Play Date Pens & Pencils Holder

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Craft Project Central shares directions on how to build a pen & pencil holder that is the perfect gift box/small gift holder/office accessory.
Craft Project Central shares directions on how to build a pen & pencil holder that is the perfect gift box/small gift holder/office accessory.

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Published by: Susanna Boyd on Oct 10, 2010
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Stampin’ Up!
Play Date Pens and Pencils Holder
Designed By: Shelby Kahalekulu-NakamaSeptember 2010
This pens and pencils holder is sure to be a “hoot” in the office.
InstructionsStep 1
Using 3/16” Corner Small punch, round corners of the nine pieces of 4” x 4” Play Date Designer Series Paper (DSP).
Step 2
Using an Anywhere Glue Stick, adhere two pieces of 4” x 4” Play Date DSP to the front and back sides of four chipboard coasters. Adhere only one piece of 4” x 4” Play Date DSP to one side of the fifth chipboard coaster.Using Paper Snips, trim excess DSP hanging off the sides of coasters.
Note:
Be sure that the DSP pieces are well adhered to the coasters, especially along the edges of the coasters.
Step 3
Using the Sanding Block, smooth the edges of the coasters on the sides that have DSP.
Note:
Sanding gives the edges a distressed appearance, and it also makes the DSP and coasters look as if itwere one piece all along, rather than separate pieces. The sanding also removes any excess glue that has seepedover the coasters’ edges.
 
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Stampin’ Up!Step 3
Step 4
Using the Crop-a-Dile, punch a 3/16” hole at the right and left corners of one edge of the coasters that arecovered in DSP on both sides. The circles should be punched approximately 1/4” in from the top and sideedges of each coaster.
 
Step 4
Step 5
Using Crystal Effects, adhere a coaster that is completely covered in DSP to the coaster that is covered only onone side, making sure that the side with the DSP is on the outside to form the holder bottom and also makingsure that the coaster edges are flush with each other so the holder bottom is smooth. Continue to do this untilyou have four sides up on your holder.
Note:
You only need a thin line of Crystal Effects, and you will need to hold the coasters together for 30seconds to a minute to ensure adherence.
 
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Stampin’ Up!Step 5
Step 6
Using the 6” pieces of Real Red 1/4” grosgrain ribbon, tie a square knot through each corner of the holder sides.Then, trim ribbon edges.Step 6
 
Step 7
Stamp the word “pens” using the Sweet Shoppe Lower Alphabet stamp set, acrylic block H and Chocolate ChipClassic Stampin’ Pad towards the bottom of a 2-1/2” x 2-1/2” Whisper White card stock piece. Stamp the word“pencils” by first stamping “pencil” using acrylic block H towards the bottom of the other 2-1/2” x 2-1/2”Whisper White card stock piece. Then, stamp the letter “s” using acrylic block A at the end of “pencil.”
Note:
Though “pencils” fits on acrylic block H, when stamped, it will not fit on 2-1/2” x 2-1/2” Whisper Whitecard stock piece, unless the letter “s” is stamped separately.

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