Keys love starting a game of hide and seek just when you’re trying to rush out the door. But this clever wall organizer allows you to buckle them up safely within sight. Seat belt saves lives but now they can save your sanity.

You can buy these online or make one yourself for a fraction of the cost. Old seat belts are easy to find online, an auto upholstery shop or the local junkyard. Cut the latch off leaving an inch or so of material at the end. Use a hot glue gun to seal the cut end so it doesn’t fray over time. Remove the latch plate and drill a hole where you can attach a key ring.

DIY Seat Belt Key Holder

In this example the seat belt buckles are screwed in to the bottom of a decorative wall shelf but you can hang yours in all sorts of creative ways from painted or stained wooden boards to ornate picture frames.