Cassette Wallets

Here are $43 wallets made from old cassette tapes. Casette Wallet [Design Boom]

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8 Responses to Cassette Wallets

  1. texasroute66 says:

    I thought they were joking about the price but apparently they aren’t. Maybe it is really meant to inspire people to go out and make things for themselves?

  2. dodi says:

    Or just make your own with the help of this photo-illustrated tutorial.
    via Craft:

    This has been on my to-do list for a while now. I have some lovely mid-80s mix tapes that deserve a second life.

  3. dculberson says:

    Dude, normally I’m unfazed by expensive adaptations, but $43 seems really high.

  4. Rodney says:

    At $43 it better be C86.

  5. EcoInsomniac says:

    Dodi mentioned Chezlin’s tutorial on how to make these wallets, but I thought I’d also add that she has an Etsy store she started a couple days ago to sell some of the things she makes on her website. Right now she’s listed 2 cassette tape wallets at for $20 a piece

  6. notatoad says:

    $43 to crack an old cassette in half and glue in a zipper? really?

  7. elliot winner says:

    Some crafty person makes these in Minneapolis, as well, and sells them for less than half the price in local boutiques.

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