Introduction: Free Expandable SD Card Case
Many a photographer will probably have encountered this problem.
Once you begin to acquire multiple SD cards, you begin to lose them. They get lost at the bottom of your camera bag or in your pocket and you can never quite find them when you need them.
So, here's a quick, totally free way to keep your (often expensive) SD cards safe.
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Step 1: Gather Materials
This Instructable is based on the packaging you [sometimes] get with a new SD card. If you don't have what I used, then improvise, think, imagine, get round the problem!!!!
You will need:
- Pieces of plastic or other things to hold SD cards in
- A mini clip
I got my new SD cards from ebuyer.com here.
Step 2: Unpackage SD Cards
This is fairly simple. Unpackage the cards. Save the plastic inserts [as well as the SD cards themselves]. Recycle the cardboard.
Step 3: Make the Case
Get your plastic inserts. Clip them together with a bulldog clip.
Step 4: You're Done!
Step back and admire your totally free SD card case!
Make a cover out of card or fabric to go round the plastic
Use elastic bands instead of the clip
You could just buy a case from a shop (£5-10) but that defeats the purpose of getting one for free.
Hope you enjoy! :)