E.B. Tool Company Encourages Making Homemade Christmas Gifts from Recycled Wood
Midwest-based E.B. Tool Company is here to help the family handyman make a holiday gift list and then make the items on it, because everyone knows a homemade present is the best.
Gays Mills, WI (I-Newswire) December 4, 2013 - It is holiday time, and many are making their gift list and checking it twice. It can be difficult to choose the right present for each friend or family member while sticking to a budget or working to make each one special. E.B. Tool Company suggests the perfect gifts from the family handyman are homemade Christmas presents made from recycled wood.
E.B. Tool Company, one of the best tool manufacturers of tools carpenters need, knows homemade items are the most special-and making it even more special for the handyman DIYer is the fact that he or she can save money when making and giving their own gifts created by hand.
Need gift ideas? E.B. Tool Company suggests projects such as:
• Homemade Ornaments
• Jewelry Boxes
• Kitchen Cutting Boards
• Bird Or Bat Houses
Even home repairs on that never-ending "Honey Do" list can be a great present from the household handyman. More ideas and patterns can be found online, in books or magazines from a local library, or from local tool stores.
Next, pick the right material. Using recycled wood is a cost-effective way to get what is needed for each project, and it lends itself to sustainability. E.B. Tool Company's handyman tip: keep an eye out all year long and ask for remnants and discarded pallets at remodel sites and at home improvement stores.
If a person is looking for a gift for the handyman do-it-yourself guy, check out the best household tool available: the KwickGripper. Perfect for the DIY tool box, the Kwick Gripper from E.B. Tool Company is a screw extractor, nail puller, and staple remover all in one.
Based in Gays Mills, Wisconsin, the E.B. Tool Company is an innovative company offering the revolutionary DIY tools carpenters need, including the Kwick Gripper. Invented by the father-son team of Eric and Ben Eby, the Kwick Gripper was created to make nail removal jobs easier even in difficult nail removal situations. Learn more about the Kwick Gripper tool and E.B. Tool Company at www.ebtoolcompany.com.
Ben Eby, Owner
E.B. Tool Company
617 Ten Hills Street
Gays Mills, WI 54631
About E.B. Tool Company
The EB Tool Company is located in Gay Mills, Wisconsin. EB Tool "uses tools to make tools" that supp More..ort the professional trades as well as home hobbyists in saving time, money and frustration. For more information, or to receive a pre-order discount, visit www.ebtoolcompany.com or contact EB Tool at 608-561-8665.Less..
E.B. Tool Company
617 Ten Hills St.
Phone : 608-630-5611
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Published On:December 4, 2013
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