Simple Decorative Napkin Holder

By Binks_Wood_Shop | Created October 15th, 2020 | Published October 15th, 2020 | Updated October 15th, 2020

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Quick, easy, and useful decorative napkin holder

20 min

Easy

0

Category

Kitchen

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Any type of wood or plywood. Sides are 5.5" x 5.5" x .75" Bottom piece that connects side is 2.25" x 5.5" x .75" 3/8" dowel Optional - additional wood for decorative inlay Finish
Shaper Origin Saw, table or miter Sander Router with small roundover bit Clamps
Pretty easy, straight-forward project. Yes, you could do this without a shaper origin, but its much easier and cleaner with one. Cut wood or plywood to the dimensions Drill dowel holes using shaper origin. Spice up the faces of the napkin holder with an inlay. I used the letter "P" on a couple because they were family gifts, but use your imagination. Also, more use for your Shaper Origin!! I like to sand, router edges before assembly Assemble - glue in dowels to holes on bottom piece, apply glue to sides of bottom piece and attach the sides, add clamps Optional - I like to cut an additional 2.25" block for the top to clamp temporarily to hold shape, so it stays square. obviously do not glue that top block Wipe off or sand away any glue squeeze out. Finish using whatever you like. A food safe finish might not be a bad idea

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