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How to Make Troll Pencils

Oh, do I have a cute little craft for you today!

Today I’m going to share with you a fun Valentine’s Day gift idea: how to make Troll Pencils.

Do you remember these? When I was in grade school (forever ago!) these were so popular and I remember that kids would make them and bring them to school and sell them.

I actually even remember using some of my lunch money to buy them, that’s how much I loved them!

The fun thing about them is that you can put their hair straight up and then spin them in your hands to go all crazy. Super cute and really easy and affordable to make!

How to Make Troll Pencils DIY Craft Activity for kids

How to Make Troll Pencils

Materials for making Troll Pencil Tops

How to Make Troll Pencil Tops

Troll Pencil

Using the scissors, cut the bright pink fur into a triangle shape about 3″ long (see photos).
Place a small dab of hot glue on the inside corner of the fur.
Place the top of the pencil on the hot glue and let set.

Roll the pencil and fur until it’s completely rolled up around the top of the pencil and secure the edge with hot glue. Let set.
Trim the pink fur if needed using the scissors.

How to make a Troll Pencil

See how easy that is? These fun troll pencils would also be a great activity for a classroom party! They are super simple to put together and supplies are minimal.

Finished Troll Pencil


Print the Tutorial for Making Troll Pencils

Troll Pencils

How to Make Troll Pencils

We love Trolls and we love these cute troll pencil toppers!! Fuzzy haired pencil toppers that spread out when you twist them between your fingers, these fun fuzzy pencil toppers have been around forever and they are so easy to make! This is a fun craft for all ages and very affordable too!

Materials

  • bright pink glitter pencils
  • bright pink fur fabric
  • tiny google eyes

Tools

  • hot glue gun
  • scissors

Instructions

    Using the scissors, cut the bright pink fur into a triangle shape about 3" long (see photos).
    Place a small dab of hot glue on the inside corner of the fur.
    Place the top of the pencil on the hot glue and let set.

    Roll the pencil and fur until it's completely rolled up around the top of the pencil and secure the edge with hot glue. Let set.
    Trim the pink fur if needed using the scissors.

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