Introduction: Assistive Eating, Universal Utensil Holder. Almost for Free
This is a very simple and cheap almost free project but extremely useful.
Step 1: What You Are Going to Need
A plastic package like the ones that a hard to open that has a nice big flat surface
Step 2: Cut the Pieces
measure your hand and get that measure for the length and for the width use 2'
or depending on the size of the hand of the person
after cutting the rectangles wrap them duct tape both sides.
Step 3: Cut Slides
make two cuts on one of the pieces for the rubber band that is going to hold it on place.
and on the other make a cut about an inch from the end, here is where the utensils go in.
Step 4: Install the Rubber Band
put one side of the rubber band in one hole in a loop and hold with duct tape and repeat the same in the other side.
now put both pieces together and and close the around all the edges with duct tape.
Step 5: Ready to Use...
now you are ready to use, as you see really simple and cheap project almost free. you can insert pretty much any kind of utensil even pens and markers.