|Pin Case to safely contain bent pins and broken needles|
Mark the center top of the lid and create a small hole with a drill or hammer and nail. It should be just large enough to slide your pinhead through. To paraphrase a pest control company, the sharp items "go in but don't come out." Decorate the outside of the container by gluing ribbon and buttons. At least mark the container as "Sharps" to remind the household to keep it closed.
Each time a needle breaks or the pin becomes dull or bent, slide it through the small hole. They will all stay safely in this container. Discard the entire case when it's full. Now no one will worry about being stuck by or stepping on old needles! Even when you put it in the trash, there's no worry of a random stick.
Fret not; enjoy the day.