Crayon Holder

I made two of these, one to keep and one for a birthday gift. No more crayons rolling off the table and breaking on the floor. As someone new to wood working, I split two boards on the very last holes before I finally got it right by using brad-point drill bit. This produced the cleanest holes as well. I scaled down the number of holes too, just a personal choice. They both turned out so cute!

Estimated Cost
$7 including the crayons
Estimated Time Investment
An Hour or Two (0-2 Hours)
Type of Wood
Poplar
Finish Used
Sanded with a dremel, then applied minwax satin polyurethane spray
Recommended Skill Level
Starter Project

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