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I made myself an awesome wallet today. It’s made of Red and Black duct tape I picked up at Home Depot. I originally wanted a clear tape wallet to replace my old store-bought (I know, I know) duct tape wallet since it was super-bulky. But, I decided that if I kept it minimal, it would work out well. This post brought me to this post, and I set to work.
It was difficult to create the duct tape fabric, and I failed a few times, but I managed to get the thing together. I butchered a fresh strawberry plastic container to create the translucent sleeve for my ID. It holds a nice amount of junk for its size, and now I don’t have “clown pants,” as Kelsey called them with my old wallet.
Amazingly, my old wallet is as thick empty as the new one is full! I want to thank Chris Butler and Bre Pettis for the guidance.
More pictures are available on Flickr.