Tutorial: making a card holder

Tutorial: making a card holder

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Simple but not simplistic! Simplette is the DIY blog that presents clever crafts that everyone can do! Customize a flowerpot with nail polish, make a snow globe, or make a headband in less than 5 minutes? Simplette takes up the challenge with clear, easy-to-follow explanations. All these good ideas, we owe them to Imogène, the decoration and cooking enthusiast who hides behind this blog. Today, she presents us with an adorable and guaranteed seamless card holder tutorial!


You will need: - news: 739845 thick fabric or a scrap of leather (here, I used a black faux leather recovered from an old bag) - scissors - a button - thread and a needle - scotch tape - an x-acto - varnish for customization - the news: 739839 pattern available here


1. If you want to customize your news: 739845 fabric, do it before cutting. For my part, I added polka dots by dabbing acrylic paint with the eraser of a pencil (it's been a long time since I wanted to try that).

2. Then cut the shape following the news: 739839 pattern and fold the envelope.

3. Keep it closed with tape, and sew the button in the middle of the three bottom flaps.

4. Cut the top flap with an x-acto.


And There you go ! A personalized, simple and original card holder!

Thanks to Imogene for its creation! Did you like this tutorial? Send us photos of your card holders on our Facebook page, and find more ideas on our Pinterest!