This is a simple FREE template for the wooden wallet shown in the video. If you haven’t seen the video yet, watch it here.
About the template:
- Formatted for normal sized (8.5″ x 11″) printer paper, so you can print it at home.
About the Wallet:
- Holds 1-15 credit cards safely and securely.
- Designed to be made from hardwood.
- Provides resistance to RFID theft.
Tools required (or at least strongly suggested) to build this project:
- Table Saw
Jim (verified owner) –
5 stars for inspiration. I made one of these with my 11 yr. old grandson. We modified the work to suit his skill level, e.g. bevels on the edges were created with a block plane, and we drilled the thumb hole by taping the two pieces along the long edges with packing tape and using a drill press with a forstner bit.
I’m planning to make a few more, perhaps using a homemade 1/8″ “plywood” from some veneer that I have.
Tommy Rich –
Jim, I’m glad you had fun doing this project with your grandson – it really does bring a smile to my face 🙂 Thanks for taking the time to write this review!
I made one myself out of 3mm walnut, it came out beautifully but It wouldn’t have without Tommy’s template and video to guide me! Thanks so much!
Tommy Rich –
Joshua, thank you for writing your review – I’m glad you’re happy with the wallet!
Wyatt Aycock (verified owner) –
Worked great planning on trying to use the template and modify it to work with a sheet of aluminum
LINDA (verified owner) –
I made this with Walnut and put rolled aluminum on the inside instead of the copper. I can’t wait to surprise my husband, I made it for our 5th Anniversary for this Friday. I no he will like the Walnut it was made with. Thank you for having this available for me to make it. I had fun doing it.