How we use holder in different ways

Let’s say goodbye to the tedious and unorganized desks of the past. I’m here to tell you that adding order and color to your daily life can be a lot of fun (and even a little therapy). Any room can be more interesting with these inexpensive and easy-to-make containers for pens, pencils, brushes, and makeup. Crafting with FSC-certified paper could help you make containers that are better for the environment and last longer than the ones you buy at the store. Isn’t that wonderful?

I made a template you can print out and put together, as well as a detailed, illustrated guide on how to accomplish it. Want it quickly? Fill out the form below and tell me where I should send yours. If you have a moment, though, I’ll let you know where the idea for this craft came from, give you some ideas for how to use them, and maybe even save you the trouble of picking colors. So why not?


• need a printer, thick A4-sized cardboard paper, and

• Glue that sticks well and is white

• ruler

• Craft knife, utility knife, or utility knife with a snap-off blade

So long.

Colors can be used creatively. Pick a palette that goes with the design of your room or that you like. I use them to store cosmetics everywhere, from my desk to my kitchen (where I keep some pens to take notes). Don’t worry, though; here are some tips on how to choose colors.

Awesome Hand-made holder ideas for pen:

• A birthday party memento in the colors of the party. Kids will like the package more if it comes with a notepad and some colorful pens. If you’re worried about how long it will take to make so many pen holders, know that after the third one, you’ll be able to make one every five minutes. Call up your favorite creative friend and spend some time with them.

• Add them to some good coloring books and pencils, and you have a unique, personalized gift for the kids in your life for Christmas, the first day of school, or any other time of year.

• This is a fun and educational way for teachers and professors who work with students to clean up the classroom and sort stationery supplies by color.

• If you want to impress your coworkers, put some neutral colors and shiny papers on your desk and clean it up. Or, if you are colorful and creative, I won’t suggest a color because you already have it covered.

• Makeup brush holders are great, and I put all my pen-shaped makeup tools in mine. If you cut the body dimensions of the template in half, you can make a holder that is just the right height for small things like lipsticks.

• An A3 sheet could be used instead of an A4 sheet to print a giant pen holder. Depending on what you want to do with the template, you may want to cut its height in half. This will give you a larger circumference than the A4 size while keeping the same height.


Are you looking at a long row of beautiful, colorful papers? I know what you’re going through. This makes it difficult to handle. In this case, I’ve found that it helps me narrow my color choices before I go to the shop. You may choose a different color scheme when you get there, but at least you won’t have many options.

Keep in mind what the tutorial says about the thickness of the paper, but don’t rule out the metallic or decorative sheets in the shop because they can create exciting effects. When you make your choice, think about the following:

  1. First, look at the area or space where you want to show off your pen holders and note the dominant colors there, whether they are on a couch, a wall, or something else that will stay in the same place as your pen holders.Use just one or two colors, and keep the design simple.
  2. Look for these colors on the color wheel. You’ll have to make an educated guess based on how the colors feel as a whole and pick the one that comes closest.
  3. Do you want the pen holders to stand out, or do you want them to blend in with the rest of the room’s decor?


Hope this helps. I can’t wait to see what you do with these organizers because there are many ways to use them. Send me a note or tag me in your social media posts so I can see what you’ve been up to.