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Don't buy a wallet. Keep your money...in a wallet you make! This is also an excellent introductory project for working with duct tape from which you can spin ...
We are selective in our materials for cost, ease of use, and safety due to our high traffic (800,000 visitors annually). So, for our purposes, this design worked ...
We offer optional video segments of each step for this project in the actual exhibit. Here is a compilation of all the steps.
Measure and cut an 8 inch long piece of duct tape. This will be your standard, so make sure to cut it at 8" or a little longer.
Cut a second 8 inch piece of tape using the first piece as a guide. A little bigger is fine, but avoid going any smaller. Place them sticky ...
Cut another 8 inch piece of tape using the first two as a guide (remember - longer is better than shorter). Overlap the third piece of tape on ...
Repeat Step 2 to cover the sticky side of the third piece of tape.
Repeat Steps 2-4 until you have four layers/strips stuck together. Trim the sides to make them clean and straight. You want it to be at least 7.5" x 6." ...
Fold the sheet in half, vertically (hot dog fold). Measure the height of the wallet and cut two strips of duct tape about ½ inch longer than the ...
Insert your money and cards, fold the wallet in half horizontally, and put it in your pocket (I hope that wasn't actually necessary to explain :-) This is ...
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