Screw pie tins and plates to your shop wall Screw cut-in-half pie tins and heavy-duty paper plates to a shop wall and you've got space-saving storage for the sanding discs, circular saw blades and abrasive discs that like to hide in a drawer. Be sure to tape the sharp edges on the cut pie plates to protect your fingers! - for my food processor disks, .inside cupboard door
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DIY Tip of the Day: Muffin Tin Storage Bin. Recycle old muffin tins and put them to work holding fasteners and other small parts. Screw together a tote from three pieces of 1/2-in. thick plywood cut to fit the width and height of your trays. Screw plywood strips on to act as drawer runners and screw on a thin plywood back. Cut the sides long enough so there's room to add a 3/4-in. dia. dowel handle.