When we are expat, or we live temporarly far from home, we often miss our workshop and our tools, and often we dont't have space to work and store tools.

I temporarly moved to UK, where I found and old bycicle to fix and to maintain. So I bought a small set of basic tools, but I don't want to waste money in tool boxes, as I have no space in my room to store it.

So I decided to find out a way to store my tools tidy and as "invisible" as possible, on the cheap and with few materials.

Step 1: Stuff Needed

- A carboard sheet, around 60 cm x 30 cm (doesn't really matter...)

- Some rubber bands (the more you have, the bettere it is)

- Scissors

Step 2: Very Simple

Just put your rubber bands around the cardboard sheet. There is no a specific way to do that, just try to accomodate all your tools. Try and....try again...

The more rubber bands you have, the better you can accomodate your tools.

Step 3: Handle

Cut the upper part of the cardboard sheet with the scissors to obtain a handle. If you have a spare rubber band (I don't...) use it to keep the "tool box" closed.

I am sorry for my English, is not good enough to fully explain a project, but I guess that pictures have done most of the job, as the project is really simple.

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