Step 4: Close the wallet

Make two folds to turn it into an actual wallet. One to separate the two sections, the other to serve as a flap o keep it closed.

Might help if you look at an actual wallet, for dimensions.

Tuck the "flap" into the main cash area to keep it closed. I was gonna design a proper flap, but thought it might be beneficial to mow the lawn.

Once again your folds need to be pretty rounded if you don't want the wallet to skew.
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Always what I wanted
I have one question what is A3 paper? And A4 paper?
it looks hard fat lady fun
Exactly what I was looking for! Thank you. It's perfect!
Yes! At last an instructable by a person who uses A3 and A4 paper! You dont know how hard it is having to cut paper to fit american sizes. Phew, I dont have to do that! <br /> Yah, about the coins, when you buy something and get given back a handful of change, you nearly always just fire it in your pocket, even if you have a big roomy purse. You could always add a coin pocket by adding velcro somewhere, if you <em>really</em> wanted.
where can u get a3 or a4 paper? Im from the US and i dont know what ur talking about. Is printer paper a3 paper and will it work? Printer paper is 8.5 by 11 inches. INCHES. Please respond! By the way very sweet instructable. store paper inside paper!
I live in the U.S. printer paper is A4. I learned this from my experience with origami.
um dude, a4 paper is the regular rectangle kind.
there is a similar Instructable detailing how to make a wallet from legal size paper. <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.instructables.com/id/iLegal-Paper-Wallet/">iLegal paper wallet</a><br/>
a4 paper is 8.3 by 11.7 inches or 21 by 29.7 centimeters
ps a3 is exactly twice the sise of a4 (making a3 16.6 by 11.7 inches or 42 by 29.7 centimeters
a4 paper is just you average printer paper and a3 paper is the really big peices of paper. hope that helps. i can only mesure in cm sorry.
If you stick two of those together it should probably do. Try it, you might just get a different size wallet.
Call your local office supply store or search on the Internet for places in your area that sells a4 or a3 paper. I have found it at a local paper supply store. ;o)
Hi, I just noticed you didn't add the keyword "Wallet_Challenge" to your instructable. I think this is necessary to enter the competition. Good luck!
Well, it's in the wallet challenge group, but I added it anyway. Thanks.
That's all that's required; That it be in the Group.

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