Thursday, March 14, 2013

Dekorierte Bleistifte / Decorated Pencils

Was man braucht: 
What you need: 
Gift Wrapping Paper 
Mod Podge 

Papier in Streifen schneiden und mit Serviettenkleber bestreichen.
Cut some paper into stripes and coat it with Mod Podge.
 Den Bleistift auf den Streifen legen und eine lange Seite festdrücken.
Place the pencil on the stripe and press one long side onto the pencil. 
 Jetzt den Stift rollen.
Now roll the pencil.
 Etwas trocknen lassen. Dann den Stift noch mal mit Serviettenkleber bestreichen und wieder trocknen lassen.
Let it dry for a while. Then coat the pencil with Mod Podge and let it dry again.
 Ich habe eine Metalldose zur Aufbewahrung der Stifte mit Vinyl beschriftet.
I decorate a metal can with vinyl to store the pencils.
 Die ist ein Geschenk für meine Nichte.
This is a gift for my niece.
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  1. Das ist ja eine supertolle Idee! Über ein solches Mitbringsel hätte sicher jedermann/frau Freude. Herzliche Grüsse

  2. Thank You for sharing this with Show Your Stuff.

  3. What a great way to decorate pencils!

  4. So cute! I would never have thought to Mod Podge pencils!! Thanks for sharing with us this week at the Monday Funday link party!

    Take care,


  5. I LOVE this! I'll be crafting this this week! What a great gift idea for my students! Thank you!

  6. Gift wrapping paper :O awesome idea. Is it easy to sharpen them?

  7. What a sweet gift idea! Thanks for linking it up to Monday Funday!

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  9. Every week you share the greatest posts. Thank you for linking up at Fluster's Creative Muster. Hope to see you next week!

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  10. fun project! who doesn't like to write with a favorite utensil?

  11. This is great!! My kids LOVE pencils and how fun to decorate their own!! Thanks for sharing. I have a weekly Link Up Party on Thursdays that just opened!! We homeschool and I'm sure our readers would love to see this post. Hope to see you there at We are your newest FB like!!

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  13. What a great idea. There are so many decorative papers the possibilities are endless.

  14. How neat! I'm a teacher, so I think it's just divine. Thanks so much for sharing, I think I'll make some for my kids. (and me!)

  15. Oh, what a wonderful idea. I love them. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

  16. So fun! Thank you for sharing them with us in our Crafty Showcase. We love seeing what you link up each week!

    New linky:

    Have a super week! Susie @Bowdabra

  17. Very cute idea. Thanks so much for sharing with Wednesday's Adorned From Above Blog Hop. Have a great week.
    Debi, Charly, Marci, and Suzan


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