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« on: January 29, 2008 12:53:34 PM »

Hi everybody! I was trying to print out business cards for my store, and accidentally messed up a page I had printed out.  It was printed on cardstock with those easy tear thingys, so everything had to be exact, well, it didn't turn out like that.  If I were to tear to pre cut area, half of it would get lopped off.  Sooooooo, I turned the entire sheet into a wallet.

I covered it in clear tape, and turned it into a wallet.  I had a few old business cards left over, so I used those has the inside pockets.  I took a piece of plastic *like those that cover the pack of batteries* and cut it to size, and will be using it to hold my IDs.  In the picture you will see another business card in it because I didn't have my wallet with me at the time and it was hard taping it down since it was clear, lol.

Now it turns out perfectly because I needed a new wallet to begin with! lol.  I may make an outside pocket for change.  I did a bifold, and added velcro.  I may use the empty middle spot to tape pictures there....but don't know what else. I got tired of the idea of more pockets! lol.  *any ideas are welcome*

Comments please!!! hehe.

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« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2008 01:19:09 PM »

Really cute! I love the colors of the business cards.

how much space does the wallet have? (like space for cards etc)
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« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2008 01:46:20 PM »

It has three pockets *in the left side where you see the three business cards* and then the other business card on the other side is the plastic pocket where I will put my ID's and then there's the pocket for the dollar bills.

I was so p*ssed that I messed up a page...then I was like, bleh I'm turning it into a wallet.  I needed a new one *have had my current one for about 3 years now lol* and it will hopefully be a great way to advertise my store! lol.
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