Tina Made a Card Holder

Hope ya’ll had a great Christmas! 🙂

Another #waylatergram post but I just found this little DIY card holder that I made last year. Clearly I don’t use it, considering it was stashed in one of my sewing boxes… ha. I roughly based it off of this tutorial (for the measurements of the fabric and such), but ended up changing the placement of the two pockets so that if I were to ever use this for something like.. credit cards.. there’d be no chance of them falling out!

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The wooden maple leaf button is pretty random but it came in a pack of the same buttons I used for my coffee cozy. Come to think of it, this project uses all the same materials– fusible interfacing, elastic banding, a button, embroidery thread, regular thread, and cute fabric. 🙂

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The black polka dot fabric was from Joann’s; the light blue bird fabric was a sweet score from a friend who was giving away boxes of inherited fabric before she moved out-of-state.

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Shown with a Lindsay Letters business card (love her work! I have this print).

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My find has inspired me to get on the sewing machine again…! Hopefully a new project to show sometime soon. Happy Thursday… 6 days ’til 2014!

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