|Close up on Lego brick design on my foam wallet|
|Front of the foam wallet|
|Close up on how the coin pouch closes|
|Back of the wallet|
|Inside of the wallet(left side is the coin pouch and right side are 3 card pockets.)|
Of course, there is a slot for money, though I'm too lazy to show you that part. Anyway, yes, I got a new colour for cloth tape and that is blue, as shown here. ;) The blue cloth tape was bought at another store but I never really noticed the shop name, so, unfortunately, I can't tell you the shop name, but one thing I know for sure is that this blue cloth tape isn't bought at Value Dollar. BTW, this is my third foam craft. Anyway, I just used 1 sheet of A4 foam sheet to make this wallet. As with my first custom woven wallet, the size of this wallet is 1/3 of A4 size... erm... stuff... plus a little bit of width because of the cloth tape in between to fold properly(foam isn't really a good material at folding, so unless you have some material that's foldable in between the part of the foam which needs to be folded or use a pencil to make a fold mark, you can't really fold foam). To keep the wallet in its folded state, I used a book to put on top of it for the wallet to keep its shape. Again, like my recent crafts(NOT including my paper woven wallet), I put a Lego brick and Rubik's cube design. :P A plus point for this, like my previous foam craft, is that it needs no sewing skills! Yay! :D Anyway, that's it for now and I hoped you liked this craft!
Written by Lynn