Modified my impact a little bit by supergluing a flexible bit strip that I cut down to size. This way I can keep the most used bits readily available without having to make an extra trip to grab a case. The positioning of the bits is also out of the way so it doesn't affect my grip and won't project past the drill itself.
'Tis the season for sign making! I've been using 1x2 furring strips for the backs of my signs, but I came up with a cheaper and easier idea. I grabbed an $18 sheet of 3/8" plywood. Ripped it in 12" sections then ran it through the table saw to give me 1 3/4" x 12" pieces. So now I have 231 pieces ready to make signs! 18/231=.07 so .14 cents per sign vs. .25 with 1x2's. Plus cutting these was 10 times faster
However, my little guy still had time to get himself a bowl of yogurt (cream cheese) #brittanysworkshop#woodsigns#workshop#woodwork#crazytoddler#momprobs