A toothpick holder and a card holder. Made by the middle child out of old wood blocks the kids don't really play with anymore. She re-discovered our hand drill—the best wood tool ever for kids, in my opinion.
Her uncle had given her (and her older sister) a complete tool box—with several kinds of tools and clamps, so we had everything we needed. Her sisters were gone so there was no rush and no distractions. She was worried about finding scrap wood and when I suggested we just use some toy wood blocks (already sanded and ready to go) she looked like she had won the lottery. We did use some scrap too, because it was more fun to cut with the hacksaw.
I had no idea what she was going to make and when she asked for toothpicks, I was intrigued. I have a feeling these will be made by the dozen as gifts this holiday season. Let's hear it for toolbox gifts and a afternoon with only one child—to really indulge what she is into and watch her go.