Smart Phone Charger Stand

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Introduction: Smart Phone Charger Stand

About: Hi y'all. I'm Leviathan17. For more info on Leviathan ,look up Job 41:18-21. I am a Christian, but don't be scared cause I do have a lot of good ideas. I love listening to the wisdom of the older generations...

Make a beautiful phone charger stand from left over wood.

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Step 1: Tools Required

Your need:
1 a router
2 a sander
3 jigsaw
4 a circular saw

Step 2: Wood

I used 3/4 inch plywood. I suppose walnut or some other wood would have been better but once again I was working with what I had available. (can't remember how many times I've used that phrase.) But after I sanded, routered it and stained it it looked really good.

The base is 8 inches by 12. inches
The other part has the same dimensions.
Pencil where you want to cut. Make sure you measure exactly where the boards slid together. You want just a little play in there but not to much.

Step 3: Prep

After you cut it out, sand it before you stain it. I routed it to make its overall appearance nicer and a more professional look.

Step 4: Stain It

I used a can of stain that was in my garage. I think it was called old American wood.

Step 5: All Done

You can charge your phone, hang your watch and/or bracelet, and put your wallet, keys and other personal items on the back. If you wanted you could probably personalize it.

Good luck and God Bless!



Any questions, comments, complaints, advise? Please don't hesitate to let me know.

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    4 Discussions

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    Leviathan17
    Leviathan17

    3 years ago

    it just sits on the ledge. This works for iPhone and android phones.

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    caffiend78
    caffiend78

    3 years ago

    how does the phone stay on there

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    WoodHog
    WoodHog

    3 years ago

    Great work! Thank you for sharing

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    Leviathan17
    Leviathan17

    Reply 3 years ago

    anytime