A better way to gift cash.
High school graduation is coming up and I have a few special ladies in my life that will each be receiving one of these wallets with a crisp bill inside from me to celebrate their accomplishment.
I hope they love them.
How did I make them? Simple.
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Sew those two pieces together. Once sewn, fold into thirds according to how large you want the pockets to be. I guesstimated with each one. If making a wallet, use a credit card placed horizontally or vertically to guesstimate where to make the folds. This image shows me gauging the size I would need to make a passport cover.
Make your credit card pockets by layering three long strips of the contact covered paper and sewing them down the middle. Be sure to sew down the middle of the strips before adding to the main wallet body.
Place the CC pockets on the wallet body and sew down the sides and bottom.
Add any other pockets or embellishments.