Pimp My Pen Competition Entries 2015

Here they are! Our #PimpMyPen Competition entries

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Name: Amanda Carter

Location: Birmingham, UK

Amanda summarises her entry as a “super girly look”, and we agree! She used some of her favourite washi tape and gem stickers to cover the black barrel of the pen, remembering not to add any gems to the part of the pen she would be holding when she uses it to write. The top of the pen is a speech bubble shape, which Amanda added the competition hashtag to, and further decorated with more gem stickers.

BEFORE

BEFORE

AFTER

AFTER

Name: Natalie Shaw

Location: Alabama, USA

Natalie and her kids had loads of fun designing and making these Star Wars Lightsaber pens! As Natalie explained, “I purchased the cheapest pens on the planet and made them the best pens in a Galaxy Far, Far Away!” After removing the ink refill, ensuring the pen will be reusable for many years to come, Natalie used Sculpey clay to build lightsabers – using the pen as the base. She snipped the pen lid clips off, and used the lids as the hilts. After baking and leaving to cool, the ink refills were reinserted and battle could commence!

BEFORE & AFTER

BEFORE & AFTER

AFTER: LIGHTSABER PENS

AFTER: LIGHTSABER PENS

LIGHTSABER IN USE!

A LIGHTSABER IN USE!

Star-Wars-Lightsaber-Pens-after

PIMPED PENS

 Name: Ellie S

Location: Berkshire, UK

Ellie chose to pimp a fineliner, due to fineliners being her favourite pen type for doodling and drawing. Being a cat-lover, whose cat always tries to curl up on her knees when she’s working with her pens, Ellie decided to go for a cat theme in the competition; using luxurious velvet for the cat’s body and foam for the head and whiskers etc.

BEFORE

BEFORE

 

AFTER

AFTER

Name: Clair Dutton

Location: Doncaster, UK

Clair chose an Easter theme for her plain see-through blue pen. To achieve this she used yellow feathers for the base and cute little pastel-coloured chicks hiding within them. The result is very fluffy!

BEFORE

BEFORE

AFTER

AFTER

 

 

And the winner is…

Natalie Shaw, with her lightsaber pens! Well done Natalie! We fell in love with your clay creations. A ¬£100 The Pen Company voucher is on it’s way to you.

Thank you to everyone who entered; it was very hard to choose a winner, and we have really loved seeing your crafty creations! Watch our for more competitions soon.

As a long-term stationery lover, I adore working for The Pen Company. My childhood saw me carrying around a little red suitcase covered in stickers and full of pens, paper and other such goodies; my adulthood sees me doing pretty much exactly the same!

There is 1 comment for this article
  1. kevin thorpe at 11:53 am

    Go Claire Dutton, you go girl! (though it would drive me nuts, to actually use the bloody thing in practice)

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