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Keep your money safe with a cute little cash note wallet that will fit in your pocket perfectly.
Someone suggested using Monopoly money for this which I think is a great idea.

Posted by Cat Morley from London, United Kingdom • Published See Cat Morley's 1113 projects »
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  • How to make a paper wallet. Cash Note Wallet - Step 1
    Step 1

    Print out a picture that's slightly bigger that your cash notes. I photocopied a 20 pound note, scaled it bigger and then printed it out, but you can use any picture you like.

  • How to make a paper wallet. Cash Note Wallet - Step 2
    Step 2

    Cut out two rectangles of clear vinyl that are slightly bigger than your picture

  • How to make a paper wallet. Cash Note Wallet - Step 3
    Step 3

    Cut out another rectangle that is wider, but shorter than the other rectangles. Cut out another rectangle that is half the width of the first and much shorter. Pin the short rectangle to the bottom on the right hand side of the bigger rectangle.

  • How to make a paper wallet. Cash Note Wallet - Step 4
    Step 4

    Sew down the middle side of the short rectangle.

  • How to make a paper wallet. Cash Note Wallet - Step 5
    Step 5

    Place the picture in between the two larger rectangles and then pin the smaller rectangles on top.

  • How to make a paper wallet. Cash Note Wallet - Step 6
    Step 6

    Sew right around the area of the photo so that all the rectangles are secured together.

  • How to make a paper wallet. Cash Note Wallet - Step 7
    Step 7

    Cut off the excess vinyl and then it's ready to fill with money.

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Megan M.
Megan M.
oops sorry pressed enter too many times Happy(
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Megan M.
Megan M.
im really confused how to do this cuz the directions are a little confusinng and the pictures are smallish and hard to see < help? stuck at part 3
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Megan M.
Megan M.
im really confused how to do this cuz the directions are a little confusinng and the pictures are smallish and hard to see < help? stuck at part 3
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Megan M.
Megan M.
im really confused how to do this cuz the directions are a little confusinng and the pictures are smallish and hard to see < help? stuck at part 3
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Steff P.
Steff P. · Leeds, Alabama, US
Summat tells me I gotta try this one Happy
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Pirate-Anni
Pirate-Anni
how cool! i have two wallets that looks like money, but they're made of some leather-like material =P
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1393 projects
Ha ha, I guess you could! Just use as much as you would be willing to spend on a new wallet Happy
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Sara B.
Sara B. · 1 project
haha, that's brilliant. Maybe I'm nuts for actually considering using real money...?
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Eva K.
Eva K. · Santa Clara, California, US · 1 project
I love making vinyl wallets & mirror compacts! I use the vinyl packaging that bedding comes in, so this project pratically costs nothing to make Happy
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Carly Lawrence
Carly Lawrence · Campbell River, British Columbia, CA
Interesting point from Peter: "copying money is often considered ILLEGAL conterfiting even if the copy is bad and you dont intend to try an pass the copy off as real."
Dont want to get in trouble for creating, do we?

I was actually just going to say I have a clear vinyl wallet myself! I bought it in a cute local artist store in Seattle, WA. It was really well made, and has lasted!
You can use any picture you desire! That might be the best part about vinyl wallets. Thanks for the design, now I can make myself a new one!
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