You've told us over and over, and we finally got the message: DIY Wallets are hot.
Wallet made from a computer keyboard
quality duct tape wallet
the Ultimate Duct Tape Wallet
Tyvek FedEx Wallet with Change Pocket
and a whole bunch more...
So, we're holding a 5-day Wallet Challenge. Make a wallet, share it on Instructables, and you could win a beta Eye-fiEye-Film. These SD cards are 802.11g wifi enabled and will upload your pictures directly to some of the major photo sharing and storage services (check out the forum post about them here).
Since this is a short challenge, we're going to judge the Instructables based on their rating and pageviews.
The Instructable with the highest rating will win a a beta Eye-fiEye-Film and an Instructables t-shirt.
The three Instructables with the greatest number of pageviews (after the First Prize winner, if necessary) will each win Instructables t-shirts.
Entries must be published between now and Sunday April 29th at 11:59 PM PDT, and added the Wallet Challenge Group. Instructables published prior to the start of this Challenge are not eligible. Add the keyword "wallet_challenge" to your Instructable (you can do so after it's published by clicking "add keywords" in the left sidebar and typing wallet_challenge), and click on that keyword to see how your's stacks up. We'll judge based on the standings at 10 AM PDT Tuesday May 1st, and announce the results shortly thereafter. Since this is a short challenge and since we're judging it via input from the community, getting your Instructable in early gives you an advantage.
I've added a Popularizing Your Instructable section to the How to make a great Instructable, to help you get your Instructable out and seen.
If you've already submitted a wallet Instructable, make another with improvements and submit that! Make a wallet that's already on the site, link to the inspiring Instructable, and tell us how you made it better! Any wallet, purse, or wallet-like thing, like this one for example, is fair game.
UPDATE:Results are up!
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