Um. I love this. Can I tell you the ways? It's easy. It's a great DIY gift idea. It's customizable. Oh, and did I mention easy?? Yeah, that's the big one.
I do my best to shy away from any extra keyring accessories: no decorative keychains, fobs, or extras for me. When offered a discount or loyalty membership, I always opt for the credit card sized version rather than the keychainable one.
Recently, a bunch of small, local businesses banded together to create a great program that I'm excited to support, and the only way to access it? Keychain card. I tried storing it in my wallet, but it would...
Okay, we've all seen duct tape wallets, right? Can we also agree that most are kind of goofy? I mean, great idea...just, you know, kind of goofy. Well, Monica over at Craftynest has re-defined the duct tape wallet into something that's actually CUTE. She's also re-worked
Abby at RePlayGround tells us how she turned a shirt cuff into a wallet. Basically, it involves sewing on a few rectangles made from other shirt
Black leather just don't cut it no more. You can make your own wallet, and do so out of recycled materials.
DIYLife has assembled some of the best how-tos from around the 'net.
The Duct Tape Wallet
- The Plastic Bag Wallet
- The Playing Card Wallet
- The Soy Milk Carton Wallet
- The Cassette Tape Wallet
- The Paper Wallet
Take a peek at That*Darn*Kat's instructions for making a quilted wallet and card holder. Her instructions are quite detailed, and the step-by-steps indicate a fine result indeed.
Materials: 1)heavy fabric for the outside and flaps and a lighter fabric for the lining. 2) A ruler. 3) poster board or heavy paper to trace the pattern. 4) A pen. 5) Pinking shears. 6) Fabric scissors. 7) Velcro
Craft blogger Magda K. offers easy, step-by-step instructions for making this fabric card holder- perfect for holding business cards, your ID, or even your subway tokens.