Tyvek FedEx Wallet With Change Pocket





Introduction: Tyvek FedEx Wallet With Change Pocket

Build a tri-fold wallet that hold bills, change, and cards out of a single FedEx small express tyvek envelope. 5 cuts, 1 staple, and no tape. Tri fold wallets are compact, so it doesn't look like your ass is lopsided and it's thin enough to stick in your front pocket.

Step 1: Materials

1 FedEx small express envelope
1 cutting blade

Step 2: Cut Top Flap

Cut the top flap with adhesive.

Step 3: Fold

Fold the envelope along the long direction leaving enough space for a card to fit.

Step 4: Fold Again

Fold the remainder.

Step 5: Tuck the Remainder Underneath

Step 6: Cut Off a Portion of the Envelope

Cut off a portion of the envelope so there is enough space for a bill and a card.

Step 7: Cut the Adhesive Flap in Two

Step 8: Cut the Corners of the Envelope to Create a Flap

Step 9: Seal Edges

Create a pocket by sealing two edges. Make sure the flaps are on opposite sides of the envelope. Also make sure the adhesive doesn't go over the small flap that we just cut in the previous step.

Step 10: Cut the Extra Adhesive Off

Step 11: Fold

Fold the envelope into the width of a card.

Step 12: 2 Incisions for Cards

Very carefully make 2 cuts into the envelope so cards can slide into the pocket. Make the cut through a single sheet without cutting the sheet of tyvek behind it. Do this by lightly going over with a blade several times until the cut is just deep enough that the material is cut.

Step 13: Staple

Staple the corner flap of the change pocket.

Step 14: Put Money and Junk Inside

It's got a secret pocket to hide large bils, reciepts and lists. 2 card holders and a change pocket that doesn't let change spill out by mistake.



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    you had me until step 8... any i deas?

    Hi, I tried the instructions but I am unable to make the coin compartment... is there something related to step8 & Step that I missed out? In Step8, I have cut all 4 corners, is that right? And the coin compartment, is it sealed? Appreciate it lots of someone can clarify...

    How do you do step nine I DONT GET IT

    use the sticky adhesive part of the envelope to seal both sides of the material to make a mini envelope with one long edge open.

    I like this design alot. Just thinking the credit card slot would best be cut for the shorter edge? That way they would be more secure when you open up the waller to get cash bills. Also the fold would act as a natural stop for the credit card.

    I like this design exactly like it is folded to the wide side of the credit card. I've been looking for this design for awhile. Who knew it was right here all the time? I have a problem with my current denim wallet. I cut it for the credit cards and then found out the stupid state of Texas issues their boating licenses about 1/4 inch wider. I'll remember that when I fold one of these.

    thanks heres some pics of it also i did had a little hard time with it


    Awesome design. I got my inspiration from this instructable and the dynomighty design ones. Mine is made of tyvek credit/gift card sleeves instead, making it more compact. Check it out and let me know if you have any ideas for improvement.
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    This sucker is big! I just throw all my junk into the original envelope - screw cutting it up and stapling!