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The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet


2:02 PM on 05.02.2007
The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo



Want to impress the ladies by walking around with a giant brick in your pants? Have a sacrificial NES controller lying around? Solution: the NES controller wallet. The construction of this fashinable piece of geekery requires no sewing and barely any motor skills, so even the crafty impared can make one. All you need is a stock zipper, strong glue, and the patience of Axl Rose (yeeee-ah). If you hate reading, hit the gallery for an idea what to do, or follow this simple 6 step program. 

Clever, but can it be utilized to carry five severed osprey heads? No. It's petite.

[Via Digg

 

The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo
The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo
The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo
The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo
The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo
The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo
The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo
The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo
The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo
The DIY no-sew NES controller wallet photo





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