If done right, can prove to be very presentable, and neat.
--full coverage of the bills
--a very thin profile
--clear sleeve for ID
--multiple card slots.
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Step 1: Obtain Materials, and Prepare Preparations
You will require
--thin, rigid card-like material
--Pen, Ball-point or Felt-tip*
--A plastic sleeve, the kind you put playing cards into**
--A legal bank note =P or a bill
--Plastic card, such as id, credit card, etc**
*Liquid ink-well type pens do not work well on coated card
**optional, if you wish to opt out on these, for a simple wallet
Step 2: Forming the Forms That Will Form the Form of the Wallet
Grammar alright in the title? =P
Alrighty, so no we take the cards, measure them out, and cut the 9 x 8 cards that will form out wallet.
Step 3: Cue in Mr Duct Tape, Centre Stage
so, now we form it, by neatly covering the cards in tape
Step 4: Come Together, Right Now, to Form Thee
With the basic folds, for the left and right side of the wallet, we need to now bring it together.
Card slots, as well as an ID card sleeve.