Wooden Pencil

Introduction: Wooden Pencil

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Step 1: Required Materials

Required Materials are:
1- Saw
2- Soft Rasp
3- PVC Glue
4- Old Pencil
5- Mini Drill
6- Cutter
7- A pair of Artistic Hands :)

Go to woods. Pickup dry sticks with different sizes and thicknesses. Then cut them with saw. Try to select straight sticks with any curve. 
Be aware that not injure green branches. Don't  ruin the crows nest :)

Step 2: Start It!

Make keen one side of the stick by means of cutter. Watch out of your hands. Because an injured artist resembles to a bird with tied wings.

Hey girls! Please wear pair of gloves to prevent your hands toward scalds.  

Step 3: Drilling

Drill both sides of stick, about 3cm in dept and 2mm in diameter.

Step 4: Insert Graphite

Extract the central graphite of an old pencil. Then put some glues into the drilled point of stick and push the graphite in it. 
Note that this is not cheat in making this pencil. It's just a decorative handicraft.

Step 5: The End!

Cut the other side of the stick and make it smooth with soft rasp. 

Step 6: Proposal

if you wanna write something on your pencil and give it to someone  as a gift, make smooth middle of your great pencil to be suitable to your romantic words!

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    6 Discussions


    9 years ago on Introduction

    That looks great. And it already made me think if I could just use a hollow stick and put the innards of a push pencil in it. Then you could really use the pencil for everyday writing and refill the leads.

    I may pick up some sticks this afternoon :-)


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks. Actually, I had allready forgotten about it, but just made a note for later. So I will probably still pick up the idea. The pencil is allready there :-)