Make a great DIY school bag yourself - including templates

Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten! Training. Wow, this is such an exciting event in the life of our little Schietbüdel. (And also in our parents, phew!) Since we in the Kleine Prints team, above all ours Founder Eva, are very into DIY and have a lot of fun designing beautiful things, this week we have once again landed a very special treat for you. DIY expert Julia Tramm from studio tong tongwho already have a great Easter eggs DIY such as super cool masks designed for you and us, let off steam today in the form of a pencil school cone. We wish you a lot of fun discovering and tinkering!

material

You need yellow, pink and natural (50x70cm) and blue (A4) cardboard as the material for the pencil school cone made here. You will also need scissors, hot glue, compasses, pencil, ruler, a white paint marker, glue, silver fabric tape, possibly a bone folder and the printed templates. You can use the templates Download here for free. Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten!

Tinker school cone yourself: the work steps

1) Spread out the yellow paper for the body of the school cone. Mark 10 cm wide sections on the long edge and draw them over the entire sheet. So you have 6 sides for the pen body plus a wide adhesive edge. 2) Crease the cardboard along the lines drawn. The best way to do this is to crease the box over the edge of a table, then fold the box correctly and then tighten the fold with a bone folder. Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten!Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten! 3) Trace the folded edges on the outside of the box with a white paint marker so that the school cone has the typical pencil look. Draw light arches between the folded edges on one side and cut them out. 4) Transfer the template for the tip 6 times onto the natural-colored cardboard so that the long edges are all together. Add an additional tip as an adhesive edge (but this one without a tab at the top). Cut out the whole. Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten!Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten! 5) Cut out a semicircle from blue cardboard for the colored pen tip (radius 8cm). Glue it to the back of the cut out tip. Cut off the remainder. Now fold the tip along the lines you have drawn. 6) Smear the sheets of yellow cardboard one after the other with hot glue and press the tabs on the tip. Apply hot glue to the adhesive tabs of the tip and pen and join the whole body of the pen. Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten!Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten! 7) Cover the end of the pen body with silver fabric tape. This is supposed to later represent the piece of metal holding the eraser. 8) Transfer the template for the eraser twice onto pink cardboard so that a dodecagon is created. Cut out everything. Cut the solid lines on the template on the dodecagon. Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten!Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten! 9) Fold all the edges of the eraser well. Coat the small triangles on the side flaps with hot glue and glue them to the side flap next to it. Now you have a kind of hexagonal bowl. 10) Cut two adjacent edges of the eraser. Glue the resulting flap to the pen body with hot glue. Now fill the pen body with sweets and small gifts for starting school. Close the pen with the eraser as a lid. Finished! Note: If necessary, fix the lid with a drop of hot glue so that you do not have to smooch too early, hehe. Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten!Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten! The Kleine Prints team and Julia Tramm wish you a lot of fun making your own school bag and giving it away! By the way: as decoration or photo props for your school enrollment party our great ABC postcards very wonderful. (See photo at the bottom.) Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten! We look forward to your ready-made school cones Instagram and tag us with @kleineprints or the hashtag #kleineprints. Tolle Schultüte selber basteln in 10 einfachen Schritten!

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Image source: All images in this post are from Julia Tramm.

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