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Birthday Favor Bag Contents - Day#2

So the next common item that went into the favor bag was pens/pencils and ofcourse they had to have a handmade feel. My client didn't want the plain store bought ones. And can you imagine, this became the most challenging tasks of all. I was clueless as to what to do :D

I tried a couple of things (pattern paper, masking tape, etc) which didn't work out for me before I had my light bulb moment in the middle of the night :)

And so here's what I did. I took these boring black and grey pencils,

And turned them into these bright and cheerful ones with a felt topper to keep their tips cozy :D

And here are my cute little felt toppers. They just make me happy :D

I wrapped the pencils with some fun kids print tape that I received as part of my birthday present from Tejal last year. All the felt toppers are hand-stitched :)

This is one of my favorite items in the favor bags! Will be back again soon with the next one!

See ya soon!


  1. Oh Ujjwal these pencils and toppers are so darling... will definitely give it a try for my son's birthday...

  2. Cute toppers...I like the Happy Colours you chose for this.

  3. Awwww....these are adorable! Love those felt toppers!!!!

  4. Now that's a bloody good idea!!! Even I didn't know it could be used this way!! super cute stuff!!!

  5. Awesome ideas, Ujjwal.....both day #1 and day #2. Looking forward to the rest of it now.

  6. super super awesome, i'm sure the kids would love'em

  7. Super Duper cute these look Ujjwal :)

  8. OH wow these pencil's are so cute!! i love the way you have dressed them up and those Felt toppers are so adorable...i am sure the kids would have loved them :)

  9. what a fab makeover of pencils the toppers too.

  10. Wow, you are going all out for this order! I can't believe you handstitched all those pencil toppers. They are adorable!

  11. Fantastic idea.I too have tapes from tejal and this is a gorgeous the felt toppers too.


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