Card Holders

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Project by Jacquelyn Smith posted 479 days ago 2818 views 41 times favorited 19 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I’ve been making these card holders as wood wallets with scraps that I inevitably have laying around the shop . . .


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#1 posted 479 days ago

They are Nice!
Do they slide together or are they hinged?

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#2 posted 479 days ago

I have the same question in regards to the hinges…. Can we see one open and how the hinge works?

Thanks Richard

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#3 posted 479 days ago


-- Bruce. a mind is like a book it is only useful when open.

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#4 posted 479 days ago

I like them but sure would like to see it open. Thanks.

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#5 posted 479 days ago

Very nice and I’d love to how they’re hinged.

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#6 posted 479 days ago

Very nice looking.
How do you open them?

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#7 posted 479 days ago

very cool…

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Jacquelyn Smith

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#8 posted 479 days ago

Hi all. Thanks for looking and for leaving a comment. I’ll post a pic tomorrow of the hinge. It’s just a normal barrel hinge with a metal pin in it and the skins on the sides hold it in.


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#9 posted 479 days ago

Very cool

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#10 posted 478 days ago

Good looking scraps.
And a really fun thing to do with them. I too would love some more info and pics.

You really do nice work,

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#11 posted 478 days ago

Really nifty. I agree with most above, how do you do this?, need more details on construction.

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#12 posted 478 days ago

go to her photo stream and look at her fantastic work
the barrell hinge is on the end.. beautiful work.. post more please.

-- Bruce. a mind is like a book it is only useful when open.

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Jacquelyn Smith

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#13 posted 478 days ago

Thanks again all. Sorry, I have been finishing a huge project and have been exhausted from it. I will post pics when I finally have the time and energy to touch up the photos.
I am just about to make another batch of these card holders. I will try to take some pics as I go. They are really quite simple. You just need to be specific and an understanding of working parts helps. :-)
till next time!


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#14 posted 478 days ago

these look so cool could you post some pictures of them open? How much room is there inside? Did you line them with anything?

-- A good craftsman is able to make it work with the tools he has, I still need more tools

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#15 posted 478 days ago

I Agree with every comment so far, excellent idea and great job. Can’t wait for a picture of them open!!!


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