How to Build a Toothbrush Holder From Scrap Wood

There's always something a DIY-er can do, even if you're not looking!
There’s always something a DIY-er can do, even if you’re not looking!

It’s amazing how there’s actually a lot of things you can do with scrap wood. One weekend, my husband and I were having our second cup of coffee when he suddenly stood up. Surprised, I asked him where he was going half-way through his drink. He said he’s making a toothbrush holder.

This DIY toothbrush plans from scrap wood has no-fuss plans and is generally just easy to make.
This DIY toothbrush plans from scrap wood have no-fuss plans and are generally just easy to make.

It was so random that I found it almost funny. After several hours, he came in proudly showing me his work. He was, indeed, holding a wooden toothbrush holder which he made at zero cost. Isn’t it amazing?

If you have scrap wood, this is a great project to work on. You can make several and then wrap them nicely, give them out as presents. You can stencil in names, too, to make the gift more personalized.


  • Scrap wood
  • Wood glue
  • Finish


  • Table saw
  • Mag drill
  • Planer
  • Sander

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The video below will show you how to build a toothbrush holder from scrap wood.



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