Milk Box Paper Wallet

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Introduction: Milk Box Paper Wallet

About: Well I'm not a pro in any way, but I just love to make things of all kinds. I like rock and epic music, good food, norse mythology, biking, hiking, larping and so on... But there's one nemesis - Math. Yet I st…

So.. I failed my exam (only 2 people out of 80 passed, so you can imagine it was hard one) and wanted to cheer up myself a little so I made this milk box wallet. It's really easy ad quick and it's fun to make it. It could be a great weekend project for kids! :)


You will need:

- an empty milk box (or juice or whatever)
- snaps and hammer
- pen
- scissors

Steps:

- wash out the box
- cut off the upper and lower part
- cut a cover of the wallet (if you don't know, what I mean, just follow the photos)
- fold in the sides of the wallet
- then fold it in half
- make two holes
- add snaps

- insert some money

and you're ready to go!

Hope you guys like it!
I'll be glad for comments

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    8 Comments

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    peteza225
    peteza225

    7 years ago

    k thanx for all the help looks great with Tropicana box (^_^)

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    Eldalote
    Eldalote

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    You're welcome :) You could post your wallet here ;)

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    peteza225
    peteza225

    7 years ago

    ok I've almost made it but how do you stop it from unfolding? (when you fold it in half)

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    Eldalote
    Eldalote

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Ok, try to flatten it. It's tetrapak, so it's almost impossible to stop it from unfolding. But if you attach the snaps, they should hold it together! ;)

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    the crafting guy
    the crafting guy

    7 years ago

    great idea I defiantly must try

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    Eldalote
    Eldalote

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you :) You should try it, it takes about 3 minutes ;)

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    peteza225
    peteza225

    7 years ago

    brilliant idea! can't wait till I finish our Tropicana carton to make it!

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    Eldalote
    Eldalote

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks a lot ! I wish you good luck ;)