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This instructable is on how to make a duct tape playing card case because when you mistreat the card cases they deteriorate.
The tools you need for this project are 1. Cards 2. Duct tape 3. Scissors 4. Magnets
Make the first layer by layering strips of duct tape. Half way across the strip. Repeat until 2 and 3/4 as wide as the box of cards.
Layer it on top of the first layer sticky side down. Make the creases line up so its the same width.
Roll the sandwiched layers around the card box and tape shut. Then cut off excess from one end and fold closed like wrapping a gift. Then seal with ...
Cut off the excess and cut a slit down each corner on one side. Then cut around the top of the deck to have one flat part(flap). Cut strips of magne...
Put the magnetic faces together, and fold over to find out the mounting location of the magnet. To secure the magnet put a piece of tape over it.
Put rolled up piece of tape over the magnet. Tuck the flap in.
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Made one big enough for my 100 deck of sleeved MTG cards! Next time I'm going to try to use cardboard to make the box stiffen. Shiny!
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