After reviewing a couple "Altoids survival kit" and "Altoids belt buckle" instructables the answer was simple.
My first attempt (2nd pic) I used an Altiods "smalls" tin.
I wanted to use the middle belt weave as the belt holes. While it did work and the belt looked really great, it was difficult to fasten and the overlap made the smalls tin stick out really far.
I decided I would go with the typical belt buckle design (3rd pic) with a hook and holes to fasten. But I needed the end of the belt to be a different material which I could make holes in. Duct tape! This worked out well because I wanted to include at least a few feet of duct tape in the kit but the tin is way too small to fit any amount of duct tape.
Step 1: Meterials used
Wire for belt hook
Drill and drill bits
Razor knife and scissors