It used to be pretty difficult to carry a bottle of wine and four glasses all at once - until now. This genius wooden wine caddy is the answer. And it's incredibly easy to make - keep reading to check it out.
Quick, close your eyes. What's on your nightstand, right now? A book? Remote control? Lotion? Watch? Bobby Pins? Alarm clock? Newspaper? Wallet?
Coupons, grocery-list, discount card...with one hand on the shopping cart, and the other grabbing your goodies, how are you supposed to hold all your grocery shopping extras?
Well...with one of these: a handmade, repositionable, velcro-attached cart caddy.
- Two complimentary pieces of Fabric
- Stiff interfacingCoordinating Double Folded Bias Tape
- Pins or stapler
This is one of those 'why didn't I think of that' moments. A scrap piece of 4" x 4" and a little imagination and a pencil and pen caddy was born. To make one, you'll need....
Here's another project from my quest to re-use old ball point pens. (Here's a first.)
12 used ball-point pens
Three pieces of 1” hardwood: 11 1/2 x 4 1/4”; 11 1/2 x 3”; 11 1/2 x 1 3/4”
Electric Drill and Masking Tape or Drill Press
1/8” Drill bit
3/8” Drill bit
1. Cut (using a miter saw or miter box) or have the wood cut to size.
2. Disassemble the pens into their component parts...