So, here is my sink before. My razor and beard trimmer were balanced on my small sink.
I wanted a shelf that I could easily mount near the wall outlet to keep the razors off my sink. I used Easel to come up with a stacked shelf with a wall mount keyhole and a slot for the power cords on the razors.
Open the project in Easel. You might want to test the dado cut on a spare piece of wood first to ensure it fits the wood width. I had to alter mine a bit to get it just right. You also might want to adjust the openings to fit your specific razor.
Carve out on a 6″×12″×.5″ piece of walnut or other hardwood.
Line up the two pieces so the holes match up and the slot is open on the front. The larger piece is the top, the smaller piece with the dado cuts is the bottom. Dado cuts should be facing down.
Apply some glue to the top of the smaller piece, smear even with a cloth or brush. Then sandwich the two pieces together and clamp them together to dry.