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Picture of Porcupine Pencil Holder

This little guy will happily hold your office supplies and look awesome doing it : )

Step 1: Tools and Materials

Picture of Tools and Materials
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Materials
Chopsticks (30)
Wood Glue
All purpose glue
Walnut wood stain
Brush to apply stain
Sandpaper
3 inches small gauge wire

Sculpey Clay
Color: White - Just under a half of the 1.75 pound package
Color: Chocolate - 3 ounces
Color: Hazelnut - 1 ounce
Color: Black - .25 ounce

Tools
Oven
Parchment paper
Cookie Sheet
Rolling pin (a wooden dowel works)
Saw
Wire cutter


 
mstyle1833 years ago
cool great idea
5STARGBLOOD3 years ago
idea!!!! try it wth wood!!!!!
sbrooker4 years ago
I'm sorry, but I'm a bit confused by this... Are the chopstick quills optional or something? Because it seems like you wouldn't be able to put pencils in it if it has chopsticks glued in, right? Or am I misunderstanding the directions?
I think the chopsticks are meant to be optional, you could put in chopsticks if you don't need all those holes so that it wouldn't look empty..
Yeah, okay, that's what I figured. Thank you!
bajablue4 years ago
Too cute... voted!
LifeWarrior4 years ago
During the Chopsticks challenge I looked at this several times, very good use of color, shows how much I use clay, I didn't know there were different colors you could buy I've always just assumed people dyed them or something. Good 'ible!
Kaisei134 years ago
Adorable!!
the pens go between the chopsticks
I once made a metal variation of this that was a sea urchin!
vishalapr4 years ago
So useful and creative!
Well done!
oh ok!
annahowardshaw (author)  vishalapr4 years ago
Thanks! But just in case someone hasn't seen one of these guys before...I want to make sure to point out that I didn't come with a porcupine holder, just this version and using chopsticks. i had a plastic one when I was little that had a pencil sharpener for a nose : )
susanrm4 years ago
This is really cute!