This is made of ALL aluminum foil and glue to hold it together.
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Step 1: The Materials
Things you will need:
Step 2: Cut Some Foil!!
Cut three big peices of aluminum foil.
Step 3: Get It Sized
Cut all three peices so it is as long as a open wallet.
Step 4: Make One Fold
Take the wallet and flip it over like you are trying to see the pockets. That will make one fold in the aluminum foil. Take the wallet out. It should look a little like this.
Step 5: Make a Non-complete Bill Pocket
Flip the pre-excisting fold over so it makes another fold. You should have some unecesary foil left on the top.DON'T CUT IT OFF!!!
Fold it to the back of the bill fold. It should look like this now.
Step 6: Make It a Bill Pocket
We need to use foil to close the sides of the bill pocket. Cut 4 peices of foil as high as the bill fold pocket. Glue two together. Repeat with the other two. Put glue on the left and right sides on the front of the pocket. Stick the foil on the glue. Then, put glue on the left and right sides on the back. Stick the other side of the foil on that glue. It should look like the picture.
You now have a bill-fold pocket
Step 7: Start the Credit Card Pockets
Cut four pecies of foil that are a little bit higher and longer than a credit card.
Step 8: Glue Two Peices Together Twice
this is the almost the same thing as we did with the bill pocket.
Step 9: Attach Them to the Bill Pocket
make four pecies that are as long as the pecies you glued together and 4 that are as high.
Step 10: Attach the Long Ones
Attach the long pecies to the "pocket" like this. You have to glue two together to do this. Do this for the other "pocket".
Step 11: Attach It to the Bill Fold
do the same thing we did with the bill fold.
Step 12: Attach the High Peices
repeat but attach it to the side.
Step 13: There You Go!
Your foil wallet is done.