Dear pennies and pens

So glad you found us! And if you found us by googling 'how to get a sixpack' you have come to the right place! Have a look around and get inspired on how to
become gift giver of the year! 


With a sixpack from SIXPENS you have got the perfect gift for someone you care about.
Nothing says ‘I love you’ like ‘I know you’, so if you know a knit fanatic, a crazy plant lady, a royalist or someone needing a pep talk, we’ve got just the thing! And for the record, that special someone you care about is more than welcome to be yourself.


WOW - look at you! Being here, you are on the road that leads to awesome. You make the world a better place by being in it. And being here. Looking for a sixpack for someone you care about. That is just penomenal. In fact, on a scale from 1-10 you are an eleven. Even Chuck Norris would be jealous! Jealous of your blinding smile, your heartwarming hugs and your unquestionable genious. Are you sure, you are not Batman?

Now, go fancy that sixpack.
Like a boss. 


A sixpack from SIXPENS is a little different than your sixpack. Yet, still
a hot topic. We offer 17 different versions, guaranteeing there is also one for someone you care about.


The six pencils are the finest of quality, made from California incense cedar and produced in the EU by one of our pen-nerdy pen pals, Danish Viking.

Once the pencil is produced, the print of the copy is done in the local production site in Store Kongensgade 27, Copenhagen.


The box is handcrafted by yet another pen pal, Vestergaard Æsker in Aarhus, Denmark, and is made from 100% recycled fiber cardboard.

The beautiful embossy is done by courtesy of N.E. Marine in Skagen, Denmark with their trisillion ton hydraulic ship press.


Good things come in pairs. Mac and cheese, Gin and Tonic and Chip an’ Dale, to name but a few. The same can be said about the pennies.

Pennie 1; the concept developing and copy writing idea maker and pennie 2; the grahic designer with an eye for synesthesia and visual calmness.

Together they have fun doing penomenal ideation with the pencil as creative medium.

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