Not everyone wants the kids to have candy for Boo Day (Halloween). These are for a couple of craft shows I will be doing in the Fall. I used textured card stock for these holders but the heavier regular card stock also will work. I used various Halloween print papers for the band around the holder. Ribbons are from the stash. For the tags I used the Stampin Up Batty for You stamp set and SU inks. Punched them out with a circle punch and then used a scalloped circle punch for the piece behind the stamped circles. The pencils are from the dollar store. Pattern for the holders is:
Cut a strip of card stock 12" long x 2" wide. Score this at 6 1/4" and again at 6 5/8". Turn this and score on the long side 3/8". Turn it over and score the other long side at 3/8". Be sure to use a bone folder to make your scored lines sharp. Used scissors to cut the score lines for the bottom. (See photo below) This will be the bottom of your pencil holder. Then used a tape gun to apply adhesive to the short sides of the pencil holder and put the holder together.
The patterned paper is a piece that is 2 1/2" wide x 3 3/4". I wrapped the printed paper around the pencil holder and using my fingers made crease lines on that and added adhesive to the back to close it. No need to score that piece as the printed paper is lighter weight than regular card stock and will easily crease. Added a ribbon to each holder. Punched out the stamped image and put that on the scalloped circle and tied it onto the ribbon. TFL