Awsome DT Wallet

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Introduction: Awsome DT Wallet

easy sweet and different

Step 1: Tools

what you will need is

the all and mighty DUCT TAPE

an X-ACTO knife

a CUTTING BOARD

a DOLLER BILL

an ID CARD

and an AWSOME PIE

Step 2: The First Incision

line up 2 I repeat 2 Id cards next to each other w/ a cenimeter space on eather side and between. cut on the DT thing side w/ a cm space.


Do 4*.

Step 3: Credit Cardz

lay a ID card on the DT and cut with 1 cm on each side


do this 8*

Step 4: The Sticky

#1 take the big pieces and stick 2 of them together perfectly. do it again not overlapping

#2 take the small pieces and stick them together perfictly.

#3 do #2 3 MORE times (not overlapping)

Step 5: Almost There

tape the big pieces together on one long side and the 2 small sides.

tape small pieces on to the wallet with a few mm between the top and the small piece.

and go down the line like that.

Step 6: Time to Beat Halo 3 for the 100000000000000000th Time

fold it in half and sit on it for an hour or so.

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    19 Discussions

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    oinkoinkzoopals

    sorry man your wallet kinda sucks i made mine as a trifold with clear card holders and im trying to put a zipper pocket in it

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    carlpogi_11
    carlpogi_11

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    he tried so hard in this wallet so,if you cannot say any nice word just dont comment

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    allbeef
    allbeef

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    so wait you made mine and changed it?, cool

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    tubbychick3n
    tubbychick3n

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    so making things when you're young makes you cooler?

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    ductytim
    ductytim

    12 years ago on Introduction

    how many dt wallets did u make, i made about 24 and they all have different stuff. im tim and im 11

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    gmjhowe
    gmjhowe

    12 years ago on Introduction

    im currently working on an instructble my self, its called "how to stop being an ass" check it out once ive got it up. ps, ur taking the risk of loosing it on the street what ever its in.

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    Aar000n3y
    Aar000n3y

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry, but the instructions aren't very good, and the wallet isn't even a good quality wallet in the pictures. It basically says what other duct tape wallet instructables say. There's little difference between this and others. So really it is just another lame duct tape wallet instructable.

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    allbeef
    allbeef

    12 years ago on Introduction

    peeps don't be hating- my friends want to buy these for $4 so i put it up here for free-again don't be hating- it's my first instructible

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    T3h_Muffinator

    Hey, just because something's a re-make, it doesn't make it lame. The first time you made a duct tape wallet, didn't you feel awesome?

    There's no reason to downsize someone else's accomplishments, so long as they came up with their own plans or gave credit where credit is due.

    By the way, Nice wallet, BEEF! It looks a lot like the first one that I ever made. Ahhh... good times =)

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    bumpus
    bumpus

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    yeah i did feel pretty awsome, but last night i was in a crappy mood so w/e - O) <---cyclops

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    Ramnosity
    Ramnosity

    12 years ago on Introduction

    I trust a wallet made out of Duct tape before a dickies wallet. DUCT TAPE WILL NEVER FALL APART.

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    bumpus
    bumpus

    12 years ago on Introduction

    cough* waste of server space *cough

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    Ezza
    Ezza

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    I agree with T3h_Muffinator's comment. Instructables has a "be nice" comment policy. Didn't you see that? Anyway, is it wasting your server space? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think it is.

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    T3h_Muffinator

    .....Since when does money need a "well built" holder? DIY > Factory Built! Get with the trend, man!