This project can be built with just three simple tools – a ruler, scissors and duct tape. Colored duct tape makes a more fashionable diy duct tape wallet, but the regular old gray stuff works just fine, too.
- Duct Tape
DIY Duct Tape Wfallet Directions
Create the Outside Layer
Cut 4 10” strips of the duct tape and adhere them to one another with a ¼” overlap to create a sheet. Do this twice and attach the 2 sheets to each other by the adhesive sides. Don’t worry about the edges being frayed, as you will cut this off later.
Attach the Edges
Cut another 10” strip and use your scissors to split the strip into 1” halves. Fold and adhere the 1” strips to the 10” edges of the sheet you have already made to create smooth edges.
Cut Off Extras and Fold
Use your scissors to cut the edges of your sheet to create a 9” sheet. Fold the 9” sheet in half.
Close off the Ends
Take a 4” strip of duct tape, cut it length wise to make 2 1” x 4” strips. Fold and adhere these strips to the ends of the diy duct tape wallet.
Make the Pocket
Cut 2 5” pieces of duct tape. Adhere them together with using the sticky side. Fold and adhere a 1” x 5” to one of the long edges of the pocket. Cut the edges to make it 4”.
Attach the Pocket to the DIY Duct Tape Wallet
Cut ½” pieces of duct tape and attach the pocket to the rest of the diy duct tape wallet. Cut off the extras.
Load with cash and start shopping!