DIY Paper Roll Pencil Cup

Can you believe that the summer is almost over, and back to school shopping has begun?! I mean, I’m not going back to school but any excuse for shopping is one I’ll take. Since everyone else has back to school on the brain, I whipped up the perfect project for families and teachers alike- this colorful pencil cup, using the humble paper roll! That’s right, we have a true trash-to-treasure treat for you today (say that 5 times fast!). You just need a few basic supplies that you probably have on hand.

Looking for a great back to school craft, or a perfect new teacher gift? How about a pencil cup made with something totally free- the paper roll?! This project is so easy to make and extremely affordable. Click to find out how to make it and where get your supplies! #backtoschoolcrafts #backtoschoolpencil #paperrollcrafts

My favorite part of back to school shopping was always getting brand new stationery. I was always picking out my favorite notebooks, folders and pens for the new school year. I always loved getting this fresh new gear. It’s a love I still have to this day, as I purchase unnecessary notebooks and markers. They take over most of my desk space, as I need a marker or pen in every single color for every single possible use. Thin markers, thick ones, pencils, pens… even erasable markers for my notes! I even have a giant puoch of markers that I keep with me at all times.

Looking for a great back to school craft, or a perfect new teacher gift? How about a pencil cup made with something totally free- the paper roll?! This project is so easy to make and extremely affordable. Click to find out how to make it and where get your supplies! #backtoschoolcrafts #backtoschoolpencil #paperrollcrafts

These would also make a great teacher gift when filled with some new supplies for the school year- pencils for the kids and markers for the teacher to grade papers with! I’m sure teachers have more than enough mugs and apple shaped things, plus everyone loves something homemade and useful. It would look so cute on a teacher’s desk.

Looking for a great back to school craft, or a perfect new teacher gift? How about a pencil cup made with something totally free- the paper roll?! This project is so easy to make and extremely affordable. Click to find out how to make it and where get your supplies! #backtoschoolcrafts #backtoschoolpencil #paperrollcrafts

The full DIY is over on the Giggles Galore blog, so head on over to take a look!

DIY Paper Tube Pen Cup

Getting organized was one of my top 2019 goals, since I feel like time is flying by since Hailey arrived! To help keep myself organized, I got this awesome calendar from Pinhole Press and I am so excited to share it with you! Disclaimer: the post was sponsored by Pinhole Press BUT I love their products. The calendar comes in 3 sizes, so I picked the medium size so that I had plenty of room to write but it wouldn’t take up too much room near my desk.

If your new year’s resolution is to get organized, I’ve got something special for you! This DIY paper tube pen cup goes perfectly wth a dry erase calendar to get you on the right foot! It’s perfect for repurposing a toilet paper roll, and it’s an easy DIY you can do with washi tape! Click for the full DIY #toiletpapertubecrafts #washitape #organization #dryerasecalendar

The calendar is dry erase and sticks right onto the wall, so I created this pen cup out of a toilet paper tube (WHAT?!) so that I can keep my dry erase markers handy. It’s also super cute and matches any decor when you wrap it in some washi tape!

If your new year’s resolution is to get organized, I’ve got something special for you! This DIY paper tube pen cup goes perfectly wth a dry erase calendar to get you on the right foot! It’s perfect for repurposing a toilet paper roll, and it’s an easy DIY you can do with washi tape! Click for the full DIY #toiletpapertubecrafts #washitape #organization #dryerasecalendar

These tubes stick on the wall with just a command strip, so you don’t even need to worry about messing up your walls or pulling out your power tools. Head on over to the Pinhole Press blog for the full post!