Here's the second version of using baby food containers (we'll be using jars) to hold those loose nuts and bolts.
This is an easy and inexpensive (given that you already have a baby to take care of) project to help organize your workshop. You can do this with any jar with a screw-on lid (if you happen to have some laying around).
2. Drill with bits
1. Scrap wood
2. Baby Jars (jars with screw-on lids)
3. Small nails (I used wire nails)
4. Screws (length depends on jar size/weight)
Be careful not to hit, hurt, maim, and/or kill yourself with the hammer or with any other object used in this Instructable.
Step 1: Attaching the lids
Nothing complicated here. If you get confused, there's only one thing I can really think of to say "There are no mirrors in Avalon"*.... now that we're all on the right track, let's begin.
1. Take the lids off of the jars. Position one on the piece of wood leaving about 1" on the end.
2. Drill two holes (picture only shows one, but I drilled the second one later). Drill one hole in the center of the cover and one off to the side.
3. Drive a screw into the center hole. Hammer a nail into the other hole. If the board's too thin, you may want to place another board underneath. You can tear this one off later before you do the final attachment.
4. Place another lid about 1" away from the one you just attached and repeat from the steps: 2-4 until you can't fit any more.
5. Drill one hole in each side of the board (and one in the middle if you want extra support).
*Note: quote above from Merlin (life doesn't have to make sense)