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laes43
« on: February 04, 2009 11:29:24 AM »

hi all.  i've been on the hunt for credit card sleeves for a swivel wallet.  i've only found one site that carries them and they were 2 dollars apiece.  that's just too pricey for me, especially since most wallets have about 10 of these, that's already 20 bucks plus s&h.  so, for me that's just not worth it.  anyway.  i thought i had a brilliant idea to use baseball card sleeves so i ordered some of those, but they seem to be a little too thin, though i might try to make them work.
but i was wondering if any of you wonderful ladies or gentlemen would have have any idea where to buy them a little cheaper, or a way for me to make them out of something else?
thanks in advance!
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carolinelb
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2009 09:37:58 PM »

Hi, I don't know if they would be the right configuration, but I have bought credit card sleeves of different configurations at Longs Drug stores here in Northern California.  I think they would be available at many drug stores and stationery stores, and at some office supply stores.  I wouldn't be surprised to find them at a store selling nice wallets, maybe a luggage store.
Good luck!
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« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2009 09:42:29 PM »

Oops, just reread your post - thought I'd mention that I've seen clear vinyl available at fabric stores sewn into pockets for id, credit cards - if that look would work with your wallets - you can use colored thread - it looks edgy or alternative -
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