The PatternCan be found at my website: http://thatsps.com/blog/nintendo-controller-business-card-holder/
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1 - Peg Board
26 - Red Beads
240 - Black Beads
391 - Grey Beads
2 pieces of wax paper (Mine came with the pegboard)
Some tweezers, unless you've got steadier hands than I do
A hot glue gun
Putting the front and back together is pretty straight forward. Just follow the pattern and put the right beads in the right spot.
Put the wax paper on top and iron the beads. They should melt together after a short while.
Flip them over, and melt the other side.
Once the front and back are done, it's time to build the side and bottom pieces. These are even simpler since there's only one colour.
Iron these pieces, flip and iron the other side. Don't forget the wax paper, or you'll melt the plastic directly onto your iron.
Gluing it all together is the tricky part.
Start with the bottom piece, gluing it along the long side and sticking it to the bottom of a controller.
Then glue the side and bottom for each side piece.
The last piece is the hardest. You have to be REAL quick or the glue will dry before you have a chance to get the controller piece on. And be careful not to glue it upside down like I did. Twice.
And that's all there is to it. One nintendo controller business card holder. Enjoy!
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