Personalized Pens

Happy Write It Wednesday!

Remember a few weeks ago the polka dot pens I made? Check the post out if you haven’t read it yet. I mentioned in that post I would do one on personalized pens. Whether you want super cute pens or to advertise for you business, these are pretty easy to make with a Cricut machine. Let’s get started…

Personalized Pens

Things Used:

Personalized Pens -- Visit for more info..

  • Cricut Machine
  • Design Space
  • Cricut Mat
  • Pentel R•S•V•P• Pens
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Paper Trimmer

Step #1:

Personalized Pens -- Visit for more info.. First you will want to decide what you want to put on your personalized pens. If you have read my post also on creating my personalized font, you will find out how you can even use your own handwriting. For the purpose of this post I just made it a simple single line. Originally, I wanted to use something more, but since my personalized font is a bit thicker I would need a thin pen to have more writing done on the Cricut Machine.


Step #2:

Personalized Pens -- Visit for more info.. Once you have decided what to use, such as just your website name, you would need to decide what paper you want to use and then what color pen your writing to be in. As you can see I used a greenish color which is actually from my CTMH stash. The pen I used is a BIC Ultra Fine Point, where I just took the finger grip thing off so it would fit into the Cricut Machine.

Step #3:

Personalized Pens -- Visit for more info.. Personalized Pens -- Visit for more info..

Let the Cricut Machine do it’s thing. Once the Cricut is finished writing, I used my paper trimmer to trim it down to size, which is the same size used in my previous post on making pens. After the size was made, I rolled it up and put it into my pen.

Personalized Pens -- Visit for more info..And that’s it. Easy personalized pen ready to use or to leave at various places for advertisement. Hope you enjoyed! Don’t forget to post your personalized pens. I would love to see them!

Have any questions about today’s post? Please feel free to comment below and I’ll respond back as soon as possible! Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!

Crafty JBird

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments