If you need a way to keep small hand tools organized, then build this lazy Susan tool caddy. The caddy has pegboard sides held by grooved corner posts. You’ll want to make sure the holes in the opposite sides line up with each other. You can slide 1/4" dowels through the sides to divide the space inside the caddy. By making the dowels extra long, you’ll have a great place to hang small hand tools. A 3/4"-thick bottom screwed to the caddy keeps it square. Self-adhesive magnetic strips can be added to the outside of the caddy to hold smaller tools, like driver bits or a short metal rule.