Step 1: Step One--what You Need
2 altoids boxes (I cut them down with tin snips and taped the cut edges). Tin snips breeze through the metal, just watch out for sharp edges!
You choose the tools to go into your tool kit. My choices were: 1/4" drive sockets 1/2", 7/32", 3/8" and so on, down to 1/4.
I had a strip of hex bits that came with a larger tool kit, which fit perfectly in the tin. You will also need a hex-to 1/4" adapter.
I had to buy an L-shaped Craftsman hex driver and cut the end off short enough to fit in the tin. Use a Dremel or grinder if you have it--cutting with a hacksaw will take some time. File the cut end so it's not sharp. I also got a round keychain screwdriver at Sears.
I cut down an x-acto knife to fit in the tin. File the cut end.
I cut a hacksaw blade to fit inside the x-acto knife handle.
I cut a pen to fit inside the x-acto knife handle.
Step 2: Step Two--more Tools
I'm a flashlight nut, so when I saw these keychain flashlights I had to have one...err...three.
Step 3: Step 3--start Arranging Tools--first Tin
Step 4: Step 4--more Tools--second Tin
Tape x-acto blade and Craftsman round keychain screwdriver to lid. I added a few sheets of post-it notes to the lid also.
Step 5: Step 5--now You're Done! or Are You??
I carried these boxes rubber-banded together in my bag for about a week. I really wanted a little more room than an Altoids box had inside. While shopping at my favorite "treasure shop" I found the perfect addition to my toolkit--an Eddie Bauer man-purse/wallet thing.
Some judicious surgery on the wallet created an exactly-the-right-size pocket for the two tins to fit inside, plus extra room for wrenches and other goodies. I singed the cut edges carefully with a lighter to keep the fraying to a minimum.
Step 6: You're Done! Ready for Anything With Your Mighty-tiny Tool Kit!
Time to go find a tiny Vise-grip tool......