These pencil holder projects take just a couple minute to make but they look so high-end that people will think you spent hours crafting them. Each pencil holder is completely customizable. Change the types of wood, the sizes, the number of pens they hold. Completely make it up! That’s what so fun about woodworking. It doesn’t always require a tremendous about of planning to make a project like this.
These pencil holders range in size; not everyone has the same about of surface space at their work or home office. That means you can pick which style you want to make for each person. Plus, you can totally engrave these to make them more personal. All in all, they are kind of the perfect woodworking gift.

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Bosch Jig Saw:
Table Saw:
Forrest Woodworker II Saw Blade:
Push stick:
Forstner Bits:
Brad Point Bits:
Titebond III Wood Glue:
Random Orbit Sander
120 grit sandpaper:
180 grit sandpaper:
Incra miter gauge:
Teak Oil Finish: