A pencil cup is fairly basic right? It organizes your desk and it’s probably easy to make. These super creative DIY pencil cup ideas take homemade desk accessories to an entirely new level!
Washi Tape Pencil Cup
These adorable washi tape pencil cups are decorated with muted colors and modern patterns. You can customize your DIY pencil cup to match any decorating style!
Soup Can Pencil Cup
If you have awesome limited-edition soup cans, you might as well use them as desk decor to hold pens and pencils right?? We love the colors and vintage look of these creative pencil cups.
Colorful Crayon DIY Pencil Cup
Make a crayon pencil cup with colorful unused crayons to jazz up your kids’ art space or create a darling teacher’s gift! I’d love to have one of these on my desk because I love color!
License Plate Pen & Pencil Holder
This super creative pencil cup is made with a re-purposed license plate! Perfect for the mom or dad who loves to travel.
Cheese Grater Pencil Cup
Re-purpose an old kitchen tool and turn a cheese grater into a pencil holder to create the perfect whimsical office wall accent. You’ll never misplace your colored pencils again!
Knitted Pencil Holder
How darling is this knitted sweater-inspired pencil cup? A cozy office would be the perfect place for this adorable desk accessory.
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Felt Cut-Out Pencil Cup
Easily wrap a can with felt to make this pretty DIY pencil cup. You can use any pattern of scrapbook paper to make the colorful cutouts.
Printed Paper DIY Pencil Cup
Wrap a can with pretty paper to create a modern decorative accent to store pens and pencils. You can choose from a huge array of paper patterns, glitter papers, and more!
Which DIY pencil cup style would you create?
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Hi, I’m Katie! I live with my husband and 3 kids in beautiful Coeur d’Alane, Idaho. I love Jesus, coffee, DIY projects, photography, homeschooling my kids, traveling, and serving people. I’ve previously worked as a graphic designer, web designer, journalist and barista. I started Create. Play. Travel. to share some of our creative projects and family adventures. I hope you enjoy the highlights of our creative family life!