If you need a wallet and have some duct tape lying around well then you're in luck! I will show you how to make a wallet in 10 minutes that can hold money and credit cards!
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Step 1: Creating the Base
First, you will need to cut four duct tape pieces a bit larger than a one dollar bill. Scissors can be very useful on this step and on the rest of the project.
Step 2: Making the First Side of the Base
Overlap 2 pieces.
Step 3: Making the First Side of the Base (continued)
Place the next two pieces over the overlapped pieces. Fold over any excess edges.
Step 4: Finishing the Base
Repeat steps one, two, and three
Step 5: Finishing the Base (continued)
Tape together the two different sides.
Step 6: Finishing the Base (Continued)
Tape together the next two sides then you have completed your base. You should fold and create a crease in your base to make the wallet fit easier in your pocket.
Step 7: Creating a Credit Card Holder
Find any credit card or gift card lying around and cut a piece of tape exactly as long or a little bit longer (don't go too short). Then cut another piece about a centimeter longer than the first piece.
Step 8: Finishing the Credit Card Holder
Place the smaller piece centered on the bigger piece. The sticky sides should be touching. Now you should have the two ends of that piece be sticky. Place that piece on one half of the wallet. You created a credit card holder!
Step 9: Finishing Touches
You can decorate your wallet or leave it as it is. You should put tape over any place that is sticky to make sure the wallet doesn't stick to anything.
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