This is an easy to make, super slim wallet made from bicycle inner tube and staples.
Unlike most bulky wallets available to mere humans, this one was designed to be as small and thin as possible. No more wrestling your wallet from the clutches of your jeans! Also the simple design makes it easy to use. Just flick open, and everything is immediately in reach.
This wallet has spaces for two often used cards, a coin pocket, and a second pocket for notes and extra cards.
Thanks to Instructables member Bardouv, who I shamelessly stole this idea off. After losing my wallet, this project proved that every cloud has a silver lining. *
* Not a valid scientific proof.
Step 1: Tools and materials
- a pen or pencil
- stapler (loaded!)
- craft knife (not essential)
- the largest coin in your currency
- a credit card or similar
A piece of bike inner tube, about 45 cm (18 inches) long. The easiest option is to find an inner tube from a racing bike, with a circumference of 65 mm (2 9/16"). Larger diameter will also work.