DIY Wallet-Friendly Six Micro SD with SD Card Adapter Memory Card Holder

By Andrew Davidson
on January 15, 2018


It seems most of my devices have shifted to tinier memory cards, and Micro SD cards are now prolific - adding extra storage to my Android device, booting my Raspberry Pi's. I've got dozens of Micro SD Memory cards, and no place to put them. In order to casually carry gigabytes of Micro SD Memory Cards and keep it contained and not lost in my spare change, I used a previous design to craft this simple DIY solution involving a laser printer and a laminator (OK, I used a copy shop for both). Total cost: $3. Hiding the Six Micro SD Memory Cards (and a single SD Adapter just in case) inside my secure wallet: Priceless.

I recommend you print 2 sheets, for a total of 6 finished SD Memory Card holders, as this fits comfortably on 8.5"x11" sheets of laminate plastic. I know you won't use them all, but these make fantastic giveaways. No one ever realizes they need one until they see yours. You can also print and cut out all my previous wallet holders: house keys, septa tokens, lockpick set, and even regular SD cards and bundle them onto one sheet for a wallet-full of extra stuff!

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