Fold the paper in half vertically and crease the fold crisply. You can use a bone folder or a
credit card to make a clean fold.
Open the paper and take each side and fold just shy of the center. Leave a gap. About 1/8 of an inch.
I don't measure but just do not fold to the center or past the center of the paper.
Here is another photo to show this fold.
Now for the final fold you take the top and fold it under the bottom triangles. You can test the
distance of how much to fold in by using a credit card as a guide.
Tuck in the folds and crease the paper for your completed card holder!
You have six pockets to put items in. The two sides with the triangle folds.
You can also tuck cards into the side too and the back side as well. (not pictured)
I will try to post later some other versions of this wallet/card holder soon. School just ended for my
son today so I finally got to sneak this post in-- as summer officially started today! And that I hope
means more time to re-create and less driving!
These little holders are great for putting gift cards in for presents. In fact this map one would
be great to put in a gas card in for a gift or tuck in money for a trip.
(Thank you to my daughter for being my hand model and once again to friend Pamela at cappuccinoandartjournal.blogspot.com for her blog help)