Jute-Wrapped Pencil Holder
An empty can and bit of twine are all you need to create this handy pencil holder.
Materials and Tools:
empty aluminum can
rasp or steel wool
- Thoroughly wash and dry empty can. If can has a jagged or sharp edge, smooth it with a rasp or steel wool.
- Beginning at the bottom of can, securely glue end of twine and begin wrapping jute around can, gluing as you go.
- When you reach the top, tuck loose end under previous row of wrapped twine and securely glue down.
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