More Wallet Making Fun During Instructables "Furniture Moves"

Over a recent "Furniture Move" that occurred at Instructables, I was left in a dilemna. No printer ink to print myself a "wallet making" project, I felt the desire to make an Upgraded Wallet Project in Full Color and Style.

Anyone wishing to make their own may download a PDF copy HERE.
(Maybe they'll host the file at Instructables).

The wallet is in denim, with the Instructables logo, and the inside money area is a red fabric. (see sample image).

Tell me what you think and ENJOY!

canucksgirl

UPDATE: 

Thanks to some encouraging words, and a reference to Kiteman's Law.... I have published the Instructable to Hacking the Paper Wallet.

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kelseymh5 years ago
Kiteman's Law! Please do this up as an Instructable :-)
canucksgirl (author)  kelseymh5 years ago
really?...
Really.
canucksgirl (author)  Kiteman5 years ago
As I said to kelseymh, I'm a Law Abiding sort of girl, so here's my Instructable. :D
Good job!
canucksgirl (author)  Kiteman5 years ago
Thank you.
canucksgirl (author)  Kiteman5 years ago
Anyone know the path to the pdf's? I downloaded them when this was appearing in place of the homepage. I'd rather use the correct path instead of linking to a 3rd party host (which I suppose I have to do with my finished pdf, unless someone can direct me in a way to submit it to the Instructables server).

Thanks. :D
As Kiteman said, you can upload your PDF file to the "image library" just like any other file. People have uploaded schematics, CAD files, Excel spreadsheets, you name it. There are a few file types (images and PDF mostly), which the I'bles server will recognize and preserve. The other kinds of files end up named "<something>.tmp", and the author has to tell users to save and rename them.
canucksgirl (author)  kelseymh5 years ago
So when I upload them, do I have to worry about the server resizing them? I noticed that most images get "edited" down, and these are meant to be hi-res pdf's.
No, PDF files can't be "edited" the way images are.

In any event, the server does not modify your original files. Instead, re-sized and cropped copies are created for faster access (downloading a 32 MB image file to someone's computer, and expecting that computer to do the resizing to fit the image into a thumbnail, is very poor network etiquette).

If you click on the little [i] (for "information") icon in the corner of an image, you can get to the I'bles Web page with links to all the different sizes, including the original upload.
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