Have you ever wondered what you can do with a simple hand drill and a piece of wood? Well here we tell you some simple and entertaining ideas, to create many decorative and functional objects. Making the most of your free time and making leisure a productive time. What to do with wooden decorative trunks? With a flat wooden bucket and a drill or hand drill you can create an original pencil holder. To keep the colors of children in good order, or to have a pen always at hand next to the phone. Place a drill or wick of one centimeter. Drill holes in one side of the cube, without crossing it completely.
Then sand the piece, paint or varnish it, and in minutes you will have an ideal organizer. In the workshop, this idea is special. With the same technique, you can create a support for screwdrivers and files in the workshop. Another idea is to drill a thin board with a bit or 7mm wick. So that the screwdrivers are placed on their handles against the wood. Add metal T fasteners to hang the piece of the wall in the work room. Objects for the kitchen? With a drill and a simple piece of thick wood, we will create an ideal spice holder. Place your spices inside bulbs or jars, measuring their base size or support area.
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With a crown (a broad drill), create the depressions in which these containers jars are embedded. Without too much pressure, preventing them from moving. With a large board or slice of wood or storage trunk furniture and a 2 cm drill bit (or crown cup), create a support base. Hang up for the bucket, spatulas, and all your cooking utensils. Make two perforations on each side to cross through them the two ends of two pieces of rope. So you can hang from the cupboard this original organizer of utensils.
Ideas for the room and rooms? Practice a hole in the center of the wooden storage trunk, along, to pass an electrical cable through there. Then, place a bulb holder on the end, and you will have achieved an original lamp for the room. Too many magazines in the home? Take four pieces of wood: two of equal size, which you will place in parallel; one for the lower base and another will be the upper base. Then, with a crown cup, create perforations about 5 to 7 cm in diameter. Place your magazines and newspapers there, rolling them. Remember to paint or varnish, to protect and personalize the piece.