Please read each step fully before you begin.
Step 1: Gather materials
4. Sharpie or pen
5. Duct tape
6. 3x5 notecard
Step 3: Cut out cardboard for your wallet
Use the straight edges and corners of your cardboard to save yourself time and energy while cutting out these two pieces.
Step 4: Cover and connect your cardboard
Use your tape to connect the pieces of cardboard so that the gap can be used as a folding crease.
Carefully fold the tape over the edges so that you have a smooth surface after the tape has been laid.
Step 5: Start creating a pocket for cash
Lay them lengthwise over each other so the created rectangle is about one inch taller than your wallet. You should have one long piece of tape that is about 4 inches tall and 10.5 inches long.
Step 6: Continue working on the pocket
Connect these strips together as in the last step so they are about the same height as your wallet as well.
Once you have these pieces together attach them to the strip of tape you made in step 5. It should be centered left and right, but placed at the top of the piece made in step 5.
Step 7: Attach the cash pocket
Fold the excess tape around the edges of the covered cardboard. This will create a pocket that is not sticky.
Step 8: Begin credit card holders
Lay them so they overlap each other and are about an inch taller than your wallet. You should have one long piece of tape that is about 4 inches tall and 10.5 inches long.
Step 9: Continue creating your credit card holders
To prevent your credit card from sticking to the pocket, place two strips of duct tape the length of one half of your wallet sticky side down and aligned with each half of your wallet.
Step 10: Attach the credit card pockets
Using this for reference, lay the wallet, pocket side down, with the bottom aligned with the bottom of your card.
Fold and stick the edges and the center over the crease. This will create two pockets for cards.
After completing this step you have successfully made a new duct tape wallet!