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How to Make a Simple Magazine Holder!

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This is a simple magazine holder for magazines. It can be made in less than an hour easily and holds around 20+ magazines! Website: http://www.woodworkingnut.com/ Keek: https://www.keek.com/EricLindberg Twitter: https://twitter.com/Woodworking_Nut ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by Jason Shaw from http://audionautix.com/index.php
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Syed Tanveer (2 years ago)
Linda S (2 years ago)
Love the ease and durability of this project! Plus, the decoration options once it's done are endless and offer so much more than when working with plain cardboard. Thanks for sharing your video and suggestions.
Kerry Ware (3 years ago)
Playing any kind of music in your videos is very annoying. Otherwise, I do like your videos.
Johnny cook (4 years ago)
I can't even do this let alone build a penny board ur awesome
Let's Make (4 years ago)
I just found your video when I did a search for mine to see how it ranks in search results. I did a very similar project a couple of months ago. I like the look of yours. I went ahead and added a curve like you were thinking of doing. Come check out my version if you have a chance.
Tory Adams (4 years ago)
I love this channel ❤️
Terry Baker (4 years ago)
great job I feel I could do this
Tony Marks (4 years ago)
Eric You seem like a smart kid, please tuck in the strings from your hoodie around power tools. I had a very scary experience once!
Eric Tanner (4 years ago)
Hello Eric, we share the same name, wish my skills was good as yours. I'm new to wood working and love all your projects. Its cold in Columbus, Oh. I had a pot betty stove  put in and a blow heater put in to deal with the cold 
Nice job there Eric, that is a nice magazine holder...JP 
Harm van Lang (4 years ago)
Hey Eric, quick tip.....secure the pockethole jig to your workbench with a clamp. Then you will have both hands to guide your drill or hold your workpiece.
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
I usually do that, but when I am just making 4 holes, I didn't think it was worth it.
Ticky66MN (4 years ago)
You have great determination for keeping up with your channel.  I can see how cold you are trying to do this.  I'm in Minnesota so I have a great appreciation for working in the cold.  Nice work Eric!
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
Thank you +Ticky66MN ! It does get hard in the winter, so the projects get a lot easier.
Ricky Walden (4 years ago)
Good job. I think I will build a few of these for my new shop.
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
Thanks, I'm glad you liked it!
Juan Guerrero (4 years ago)
Your next proyect should be a stove  or something to keep you warm and keep your glue from freezing, good luck and keep going.
Juan Guerrero (4 years ago)
+Eric Lindberg Next year then, Keep up the good work.
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
That's what another viewer last week said. I'm almost out of winter so I'm not sure if I'm going to do that this year or not.
MRrwmac (4 years ago)
Hammer and nails. Oh yea. Handsaw?
Joshua Luther (4 years ago)
BTW, I also live in Michigan. Southeastern near Ann Arbor and yeah, it's been too cold to get much done in my shop either.
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
Yeah it's going to be -17 on Friday I believe
Joshua Luther (4 years ago)
Thanks for the great video. I've been looking for something to store my guitar chord charts and sheet music in. Now I'm gonna make one of these.
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
That's a good idea!
Steve SteveS (4 years ago)
Thanks for that - Spring is just around the corner!
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
Thank you! I know, I can't wait for it.
Nicholas Marchesan (4 years ago)
Looks very nice Eric
Kyle Siroky (4 years ago)
2 questions. Can you make a video on how to make a hockey stick rack? And what hockey team do you play for? I'm from Michigan too!
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
I may or may not make a stick rack video. I thought about it, but I don't have that many sticks left. I play for Hartland Prep.
WhatIsKenDoing (4 years ago)
Been watching your videos. Really love seeing young people learning the trade! One suggestion I'd like to make to really enhance your success is to invest in two quality blades, a 60 tooth blade for your table saw and an 80 tooth for your trim saw. Freud is affordable and produces nice results. DeWalt is also good. Once you do that, you'll never want anything less. Keep up the great work! You're on the right track.
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
Thank you, I will probably get a few new blades in the summer if anything. I will keep your suggestions in mind.
David Lankford (4 years ago)
Really like the simple design of your magazine holder.  Keep up the great work!
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
Thank you! I wish I had time to paint it.
Just Make It (4 years ago)
Frozen glue!? That's not good.
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
Yeah I know...haha
hey Eric, your shop is very cold as you told me, as is mine, as I live in Minnesota, and I was wondering what city/state do you live in? sincerely, Jacob fellow teenage woodworker P.S. keep up the great work, and the awesome videos!   
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
Thank you!
+Eric Lindberg my guess was Michigan for some reason, coincidence? hahaha! keep up the great work!  
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
+Brian R Oh man no way! Michigan is way better than Canada eh! haha
Brian R (4 years ago)
+We Build +Eric Lindberg Close enough lol.
Eric Lindberg (4 years ago)
I live in michigan
LongboardTV (4 years ago)
Hello in germany has 1:11 night
Kyle Brossia (4 years ago)

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