Diy Pen Holder With Plastic Bottle

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Hi Friends! In this video I made a cool pen holder with a plastic bottle. If you are looking for great ideas for evaluating your plastic bottles, for your room, for your desk, you should definitely make this pencil holder.

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Cut the plastic bottle to the size you want.

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The parts you cut are dangerous because they will be sharp. So I used a hot iron without steam. Gently touch the sharp side of the plastic bottle to the iron for 3-5 seconds. The sharp edges of the plastic bottle will be slightly folded in.

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I made a round shape with thick thread. I used jute rope, you can also use thick knitting threads. I applied glue to the end of the thread and wrapped it around until it became a big round. While wrapping the rope, I applied glue in each row. The size of the round shape should be equal to the bottom of the plastic bottle.

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When the round is ready, don't cut the rope! I put the round shape on the bottom of the plastic bottle and keep looping the rope around the plastic bottle. Sometimes I applied glue between the ropes. (I applied a glue in 2-3 rows)

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When it comes to the last row, it is necessary to use glue. I cut the end of the thread and glue it with glue.

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I added some embellishments. You can add decorations as you wish.

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And it is ready  You can create your own style using ropes and ornaments of different colors.

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​This is my video about this pen holder. You can also see all details on my video.

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  • Diane Diane on Feb 28, 2021

    Did any plastic stick to the iron???

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