We love arts & crafts projects here at Green Banana. We are constantly exploring new ways to apply origami techniques to our wallets. Although this one won't be making it into the shop anytime soon, we want you to be able to make your own wallet at home! This wallet requires no glue or tape, but you can add those in to increase the durability of the wallet.
This project was made using a composite of recycled consumer (printer) paper and banana fiber paper. Any 8.5" by 11" paper will do, but thicker papers will result in a higher quality paper wallet. You can also buy banana fiber paper here if you'd like to try our material out for this or any other home paper craft projects.
Take advantage of a rainy day with your children, friends or just be creative!
Here is the full video with detailed instructions below the video:
This wallet can hold tons of cash and many credit cards.
The thicker the paper the better to hold everything together.
For extra durability, tape the folds inside their pockets so that the ends do not come undone.
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