The process of creating needed to be as free of pains in the patooty as possible. And, I wanted to dip my toe into writing an Instructable. So, those were my goals when I started this project.
Cheap camera case
Flexible plastic (in my case, from one of those clear plastic covers you get when you buy a set of sheets or a quilt)
Super-type glue (the kind that sticks immediately and permanently to anything it touches)
Step 1: Plans
I need RFID protection.
I don't want to sew or spend a huge amount of time measuring and that sort of thing (PIPs--Pains in the Patooty).
I want to create this from things I have on hand.
Step 2: RFID Protection
The case consists of an outside, foam "insulation," and a thin nylon inner lining. My plan is to insert the foil-covered cardstock between the foam insulation and the nylon inner lining on each side of the case.
I turned the case in side out and cut the foil-covered cardstock to fit the case. I had to lop off the corners of the cardstock to fit the case.
Just like a plastic surgeon, I made the cuts in the lining where they will ultimately not be seen, at the bottom on the inside of the case. I slid in the foil-covered card stock.
Then I slid the cards in and closed the cuts in the cloth using glue.
Step 3: Making the Pocket
Cut the plastic according to the plan here. I used the marker to mark my cuts on the plastic.
I folded over the edge of the plastic at the front edge of the pocket and glued my fold so that the edge would be sturdier. .I glued the back part of the pocket into the wallet. I wasn't sure that the glue would hold on the sides because there wasn't much glue surface, but it did. When checking for the fit of the cards...I got glue on my debit card. Should have put that Ollie's card at the back.
Turned everything right side out and put my stuff in. Everything fits!