How do you make a perfect duct tape wallet?

How do you make a perfect duct tape wallet?

Attach the credit card pockets to the upper right with a 9 inch strip of duct tape torn in half lengthwise. Then, fold the wallet in half and secure the ends with strips of tape that have been torn in half lengthwise. Trim off the extra. Add a final strip of tape across the bottom of the wallet, and you’re done!

How much duct tape do you need to make a duct tape wallet?


  1. Step 1: Cut four strips of duct tape, each 9″ long.
  2. Step 2: Make a second sheet.
  3. Step 3: Cut another 9″ strip of duct tape.
  4. Step 4: Fold and adhere the 1″ duct-tape strips to the 9″ ends of the sheet.

How much does it cost to make a duct tape wallet?

When the duct tape arrived, I decided to make a bi-fold duct tape wallet with just the one main pocket. 15 minutes and 3 meters of duct tape later, I had myself a bomb-proof minimalist duct tape wallet for a total cost of $0.50. Luckily, I had the foresight to take pictures along the way in order to provide a tutorial.

How do you wrap a wallet with duct tape?

Measure out 2 strips of duct tape that are about the length of your wallet when folded. Place 1 piece with the sticky side up on your surface. Set the other piece on top, sticky side down with just 0.25 inches (0.64 cm) or so of overhang.

Where can I buy duct tape?

You can buy duct tape at any hardware or crafts store, or even just Walmart. It’s available more places than it’s not. Thanks! How long does this take to make? It really depends on how much experience you have working with duct tape. If you have worked with duct tape before, then it should not take that long.

How do I add a pocket to my wallet?

To add a pocket, start by cutting 2 strips of duct tape and pressing them together so the sticky sides aren’t exposed. Then, tape the sides and bottom of the strip to the inside of your wallet, and slide cards or cash into the opening at the top.

How do you use duct tape to stick two strips together?

Next, fold the exposed sticky portion of the first strip over the second strip to create a smooth edge, and flip the duct tape over so the sticky portion of the second strip is now exposed.