Duct Tape Project – How to Make a Duct Tape Wallet with Pockets

Here’s a new twist on the classic Duck Tape Wallet.  By adding a few pockets inside the wallet, the challenge and fun of making this duct tape creation is brought to a whole new level.

This Duct Tape Wallet with pockets is an exciting new twist on everyone's favorite duct tape project.
This Duct Tape Wallet with pockets is an exciting new twist on everyone’s favorite duct tape project.

Project level:  Intermediate (prior experience with duct tape projects is essential in making this project.  For a beginner version of a Duct Tape Wallet, click here.)

Supplies needed

Step 1 Make a duct tape fabric piece approximately 8 inches wide and 7 inches tall.
Step 1 – Make a duct tape fabric piece as shown above.
Fold up your fabric and tape the sides to form your pocket.
Step 2 – Fold up your fabric and tape the sides to form your pocket.
Step 3 Make a smaller fabric that is about 2 in. wide and 3 in. long. Make 6 of these.
Step 3 – Make a smaller fabric that is about 2 in. wide and 3 in. long. Make 6 of these.
Step 4 - 4 Step 4 Make 2 smaller pieces of fabric that are the same size as the ones above. Cut out a triangle from the top of each fabric.
Step 4 – Make 2 smaller pieces of fabric that are the same size as the ones above. Cut out a triangle from the top of each fabric.
Step 5 - Add your cut outs from step 4 to 2 of the fabrics from step 3. Add a strip of duct tape to the top of the other 4 pieces of fabric.
Step 5 – Add your cut outs from step 4 to 2 of the fabrics from step 3. Add a strip of duct tape to the top of the other 4 pieces of fabric.
Step 6 - Attach each fabric to the inside of your wallet, with the pockets on the bottom.
Step 6 – Attach each fabric to the inside of your wallet, with the pockets on the bottom.
Step 7 - Add a strip of tape to the bottom of each pocket.
Step 7 – Add a strip of tape to the bottom of each pocket. Now you’re done! Enjoy your new Duck Tape Wallet with pockets.

This project is courtesy of Duck Tape® Brand Creations and can be found at http://www.duckbrand.com.  You can find a great selection of colored duct tape, metallic duck tape, camo duck tape, and even glow-in-the-dark duck tape at jmcremps.com.  If you want even more fascinating and fun Duct Tape Projects, check out our e-book series called Warfare by Duct Tape.  The easy-to-follow instructions will allow any creative kid (or adult) to create swords, armor, shields, and more!

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