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To make this pointy-tool pincushion, just glue the foam to 1/2-in. plywood sized an inch wider than the foam. Be sure to use foam-compatible adhesive (PL 500 is one). Then press the foam into place and let it dry for a few hours. Punch holes for the accessories by rotating a small-diameter Phillips screwdriver or an awl at a slight angle into the foam. The tools will widen the holes to fit as you push them in. Screw the plywood to a shop wall over your workbench and load it up!

Clever Tool Storage: Drill Bits and Other Pointy Tools Try this quick, simple solution to workbench clutterOrganize and store all those small shop tools and accessories that clutter your workbench in a chunk of foam insulation.

Knife magnets and a few soup cans

These metal strips are knife magnets, usually used in kitchens; here they hold tools and paintbrushes - eclectic garage and shed by The Cavender Diary

20+ Clever Ideas for a Super Organized Garage

Love love love this organization in their garage! DIY Garage pegboard for tools, spray paint and supplies. Only need inches for depth. {The Creativity Exchange}