Coin purse or wallet made from tetrapack juicebox

How to make a tetrapack wallet:

  • cut the top and bottom, make a flap on one side,
  • fold in half,
  • tape the middle edges, and
  • stick a bit of velcro to close the flap, or use an elastic band


For better instructions, Please click here to go to Espirit Cabane-

Also, check out this well-designed website – it has a beautiful gallery of these folded tetra-pack wallets for sale, and a cool flash animation of the folding process:
http://www.berlingot.ch/ (it’s in French I think, but still worth checking out!)

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12 Comments »

  1. Purificasion Said:

    i love it. simple.

  2. Purificasion Said:

    so cheap.

  3. Lauretasky Said:

    Yuck. Corny.
    PEACE. 😀

  4. donna Said:

    so great!

  5. mark Said:

    it’s so great!

  6. EJ Said:

    fabulous! 🙂

  7. mark Said:

    simple and nice.

  8. Lilay Said:

    gusto ko nito! 😀

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  10. swItZet Said:

    ..cool..

    ..got any idea using “flat” tetra packs?..

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