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DIY Crayon Holder

DIY Crayon Holder

photo credit to thriftdiving.com

photo credit to thriftdiving.com

This is an awesome DIY project! Serena over at thriftdiving.com gives you a step by step guide on how to make this crayon holder and what you will need to do it. The good news is that the things you need for this project won’t cost much. You may even have most of it lying around!

  • Old knife block – Find one for about $2.00 – $3.00 at the thrift store, of if you have one laying around your house!
  • A power drill 
  • 3/8 drill bit – If you don’t have drill bits, you can buy one from the Home Depot for a measly $10-$15. You’ll be able to drill lots of holes in different sizes.
  • Paint 
  • A few metal two-hole straps – About $1.50 or less.
  • Wood shims – $1.00 for a pack – Or any small, thin piece of scrap wood will work.
  • Screws – Use wood screws in the blue pack – About $2.00 or less (#10 x 3/4″).
  • Washi tape – Or you can use scrapbook paper and Mod Podge, or duct tape or anything sticky, really.
  • A couple small mini nails – To attach a wooden shim
  • A small hammer

As you can see it’s not just for crayons……On the sides and the back it holds scissors and a few paint brushes, all locked into place! Head over to thriftdiving.com now to get the full tutorial by clicking  the link below….

DIY Crayon Holder

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