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Where’s the pen? Oops, scissors, where? Hm, the letter from yesterday? Damn, no tape at hand again. Post-its, where are you? I’m sure you’re familiar with the search-and-destroy routine at a desk. Super annoying. And totally unnecessary. Because now you can keep your workplace tidy – and at the same time have a great eye-catcher for your office: The DIY utensil made of wood in a chic pastel look with gold keeps everything important at your workplace within easy reach and is simply mega beautiful! Are you ready for your new great DIY masterpiece for your desk?
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First you glue the four small plywood plates together to a small rectangular box - this will be the storage box of your utensil.
Then you saw the round timber into four individual bars of 4 cm length each. Wrap these four little helpers in mint with adhesive foil.
Now cut out a large right-angled triangle from the adhesive foil concrete. Peel off the backside foil, place the foil triangle on the bottom right, and press it firmly onto the large wooden board with the squeegee.
Now it's time to embellish the box of the utensil silo: Cover the outside of the small wooden box with adhesive foil.
Now you screw the box and the four small rods from behind to the large plywood plate.
For the decorative finish, cut out small triangles from the gold and mint coloured adhesive foils and paint them in the positions of your choice above the large triangle. Your beautiful and wonderfully practical utensil is ready!
Another visual and practical upgrade you can give your utensil like this: Cut little hexagons out of corkboard. Then glue them onto the large plate. That looks super nice - and you can even pin notes on the small cork surfaces!