I-pod/mp3 Tri Fold Wallet

This is a simple quick and easy tri fold wallet with i-pod/mp3 pocket.
All you need is: paper (8.5-11), I-pod nano or other small mp3 (I have only tried with Ipod), some clear package tape and some thing to cut out the button/screen holes. The full paper wallet with Ipod is a little less thick then empty leather wallet.

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Step 1: Measure and Fold

Hope fully you can look at pictures to figure out most of this.

1 Fold in half
2 Measure money size, line up dollar on left side of paper with non folded end facing down, fold bottom edge up and make sure a dollar will fit.
3 measure Ipod/mp3 align to right side fold
4 fold left side so it align with the right side

As I said look at pictures.

Step 2: Cut the Button Holes Out

Now we just have to make the pouch for I pod.

1 tape the area, this ads durability
2 measure and cut out screen and other buttons only cut first layer of paper
3 cut head phone slit
4 my Ipod has a belt clip so cut a little room for that if you have one
5 tape right top end shut.
6 tape the left end shut.

If you did'nt get this look at the pictures
You're done, please feel free to mod this

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    Shut Up Now

    10 years ago on Introduction

    *it is so durable that if you get it wet, its guaranteed to be trashed!!*

    meh. sorta. its old. i was playing with diff designs. i did make a much better one (with out the ipod pocket) iv been using it for over a year.

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    ranex

    12 years ago on Introduction

    i thought of doing this myself- but work with some fabric on leather but i decided against it because if you got your wallet stolen you'd also lose your ipod and vise versa. pulling your wallet out of your pocket to change the playlist might be an open invitation