Woodwork-Tool Holder

Intro: Woodwork-Tool Holder

I am From Malaysia, Penang.. This is my 1st instructable..so..i hope you'll like it :) This is my finished product :)

Step 1: Things You'll Need!

You'll need..
1: Some short and long nails
2: A few fibrewoods and long pieces of wood
3: "L" Shaped holders
4: A drill( Mine is a manual Hand Drill)
5: Biggest drill bit(for wood)
6: Some strength
7: Liquid nails glue
8: A lot of time :)

Step 2: I Dont Know What to Say

I dont know what to say..but..this is my picture of my finished product. I know...i am not good in instructing..but..i hope you will like it..

Step 3: Using the Hot Glue.

Arrange your spanners from Big to small or as you like..Then heat up the glue gun and just press it to mold it...remember, do this on a piece of glass..it will not stick to glass..

Step 4: Enjoy!!

Enjoy..see ya' in my 'next' instructble. Hope you'll successfully complete this project...if you have any pics of your finished product, feel free to post it in the comments..Thanks for visiting my instructable!

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    ericgay

    10 years ago on Introduction

    My next project will be "Making a Homer Simpson Doughnut Trophy"

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    ericgay

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for all the good comments..I appreciate all this..

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    Nice one, maybe a bit more about the building and more photos... Good first instructable, well written and I love the idea of the hot glue for the spanner holder, how much did you have to use?

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    Mr. Rig It

    10 years ago on Introduction

    A good start to writing instructables. May I suggest that you put in steps of how you made your tool holder and even some history of why you made it. Add some measurements, schematics, pictures of the buildng process, and even things you learned along the way. Good luck with your next one we will be waiting for it.

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    theRIAA

    10 years ago on Introduction

    it works i guess, try painting the whole thing black...