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A conference friendly business card case that can attach to any purse. Tutorial at Rae Gun Ramblings

How to make a blogger business card case

Blogger Business Card Cases Tutorial perfect for conferences and networking events have your cards close by and in a pouch that helps other people recognize you!
Keyword: business, sewing, tutorial

Ingredients

  • 2 pieces outer main fabric 6×10 inches
  • 2 back pocket pieces 6×6 inches
  • 2 front pocket pieces 6×6 inches
  • Small zipper
  • Ribbon for hang strap
  • Heat Transfer vinyl
  • Clear plastic like they use on picnic tables 5 x 4 inches

Instructions

  • Fold and iron your pocket pieces in half.
  • Position them on your main fabric pieces.
  • Sew a straight line down the middle of the pocket pieces.
  • Sew your clear plastic piece around the two side and bottom edges.
  • Next fold under the top edge of the main fabric and sew it to your zipper.
  • Then with the zipper in the open position and the fabric right sides together sew around the 3 edges of the bag making sure to catch the main fabric and the pocket fabric.
  • Now right side out the bag.
  • Loop a few long pieces of ribbon through the pull of your zipper. You want the ribbon to be long enough that you can loop it through the side of your purse so that your bag can hang there.
  • Then make yourself a heat transfer of your blog name/logo/whatever you want. You can do this a cutting machine like the Cricut Explore. If you’ve never worked with heat transfer vinyl it’s fantastic and I have a whole tutorial on how to use heat transfer vinyl that you’ll want to check out. And iron it on!
  • Hang from whatever bag you’ll be taking and get read to exchange a lot of cards.
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