Pocket Pal (duct Tape Money Thing)

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Intro: Pocket Pal (duct Tape Money Thing)

A pocket pal is kinda like a duct tape money clip, but then
agian it's not.
You can give this as a present for Birthdays, Christmas, even Valentines Day.

Step 1: Supplies

What you will need
1. Duct tape
2. Trading card (it has to be a trading card)
3. Ruler
4. Knife

Step 2: Step 1.

First cut a piece of duct tape 8 in long. Then wrap it around the trading card like in picture #1. After cut another piece of duct tape 5.5 in long and wrap it around the card like in picture #2. Repeat last step on the uncovered side of the card. Make sure that the duct tape is sticky side up.

Step 3: Step 2.

Cover all of the pocket pal with sticky side down duct tape except for the ends. Then with a knife cut one end all the way open like in picture #2.

Step 4: Step 3.

Finally put a piece of duct tape sticky side down at the uncut side of your pocket pal. Fold it over so that it is sticking to both sides. Then trim of the unwanted duct tape. And you have your self a pocket pal now load it up.

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    14 Discussions

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    cddsuperstar

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Woah! Is the decoration on the front made of duct tape? I've always tried to do complex drawings on duct tape stuff, but they never really turn out right.....

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    Gwenieviere

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I made a coffin bag out of duct tape, I've never tried making a pocket pal though I should try this ==

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    gmjhowe

    10 years ago on Introduction

    i like the instructable, short and sweet, by the way, i really like that knife u got pictured there, where is it from?

    2 replies