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Credit Card Wallet

Ducktivity provided by Ilda

This one is for all the shoppers out there!!! I think your just going to love this idea! If you are anything like me you have a ton of cards taking up precious space in your already crowded wallet! NOT anymore!!!! Just make one of these!

Skill Level: 

Intermediate

Approximate Crafting Time: 

0:45

Supplies and Tools:

  • zebra pattern duct tape
  • ATG tape gun
  • envelopes
  • Velcro dot
  • paper slicer

Directions

Print
  • Step 1

    Cut envelope ends to 4.5 x 9.2 cm (25 pockets for this wallet)

  • Step 2

    Apply double sided tape around the outer edges of the pocket (make sure to go as close to the top and bottom edge as possible, but not the sides... come in about 3mm)

  • Step 3

    Line it up with the next pocket and adhere them together, ensure it is all lined up and that the opening of the pockets are in the same direction. Repeat until all pockets are glued together.

  • Step 4

    Next take the scrap card stock, and cut it to 20 x 9.5 cm, then place the edge of the paper or the sticky side of the duct tape.

  • Step 5

    Next cut a little slit on the duct tape where the paper ends and fold the duct over on to itself.

  • Step 6

    Then take that same piece of duct tape and adhere it to the paper. Bend over the edge of the duct tape that remains and this will create a nice clean outer edge. Repeat the last step for the other side.

  • Step 7

    Continue by cover the remaining paper down the middle (ensure you cut a piece long enough to cover the other side as well)

  • Step 8

    Next glue the pockets to the inside bottom of duct tape layer, making sure to align the top edges.

  • Step 9

    Then wrap the duct layer all the way around the pockets until it overlaps on the front of the wallet leave enough room for the wallet to expand and for the credit cards to stick out at the top. Then adhere the back of the pockets to the inside of the duct tape layer.

  • Step 10

    To secure it closed I used a Velcro dot. Easiest way to ensure that the dots line up is to take both top and bottom pieces of Velcro and center it on the inner lid of the wallet, then fold it closed.

  • Step 11

    Once you open it the dot will be left on the other side of the wallet.

  • Step 12

    Fill with all your plastic and enjoy! Fits perfectly in a purse pocket.

8 comments


  • giggleboxtrish about 2 months ago
    very cute


  • cait.v.haime about 3 months ago
    I tried to make one of these but the hot glue didn't stick together.... any suggestions?


  • blue1000 about 3 months ago
    cute


  • blue1000 about 3 months ago
    super cool! Love it!


  • blue1000 about 3 months ago
    amazng! super cool


  • trishfirecracker about 7 months ago
    very very cool


  • ranaenae about 9 months ago
    This is fab!! I love it. I hope I can make one near as cool.


  • just.swim.on225 about 27 months ago
    Wow!!! THat's amazing!! its really cool