Looking for a great DIY present this Christmas? DIY Poinsettia Flower Pens are quick, easy, and beautiful. They are a perfect gift for teachers and staff at offices you frequent. Add a shiny gold notebook and they are also a great gift for a tween or teen.
The DIY Poinsettia Flower Pens are easy enough for a tween or teen to make independently. Why not gather the supplies and let your daughter create Christmas gifts for her friends and teachers? Be sure to grab extra supplies, because she’s sure to want to keep several for herself!
DIY Poinsettia Flower Pen
Directions: Remove the end of the pen. Some pens you must pry or cut off the end. Buy this type of pen if possible, the end is easy to unscrew. Pull the ink tube out and cut off about 1/4th an inch of the tube off. You’ll see where the tube is sealed above the ink, be sure not to cut the entire seal off. Put the ink tube back down in the pen. Pull the Poinsettia head off the flower stem. Put a generous amount of hot glue in the open pen cavity. Quickly, place the flower stem down into the pen. Being wrapping the tape around the pen tube starting at the end closest to the flower. After wrapping down the entire pen tube, place a tiny dot of hot glue under the end of the tape to ensure it won’t unwrap later. That’s it! Quick and easy!
Who will you make Poinsettia Flower Pens for this Christmas?