Pick Holder

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About: I'm a full stack developer and I make useless robots in my free time

This pick holder is easy to make and very useful. It takes less than 5 minutes to make.

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Step 1: Get Suplies

You will need
1 rubber band
A piece of wood
2 sticks (a pencil will work)
And some supper glue

Step 2: Tools

Saw
Drill
Mallet or Hammer

Step 3: Cutting (Optional)

Cut the wood into a thin strip.

Step 4: Drill

Drill a hole smaller than the stick into each side of wood.

Step 5: Pounding

Pound the stick into the hole. When you are done it shouldn't be loose.

Step 6: Super Glue the Rubber Band

Put the rubber band on the two sticks near the bottom so the picks can rest on the wood and be held up by the rubber band.
The reason fir that is because the more picks you put on, the looser it will get.
Then super glue the rubber band together on each end so both sides of the rubber band are touching.

Step 7: Put on the Picks

Try out your new pick holder!
If you over lap them you can fit more on and they will stay better.

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