How to Make a Card Holder – a Sewing Project Roundup

03 September

This is part of the Sewing Project Roundup Series.  Check out the other posts!

How to Make a Card Holder - a Sewing Project Roundup via

Want to make a holder for your business cards, loyalty cards, credit cards, or gift cards?  A simple, patchworky, or elegant style?  One or multiple card pockets? Open or enclosed via button, magnet, or snap?  Cotton fabrics, felt, or vinyl? They’re all represented here! Enjoy 🙂

FREE projects:

Business Card Holder Tutorial by Melanie of The Crafty Cupboard (update: removed this broken tutorial link)

Business Card case by {LBG Studio} – not a tutorial, but is super-easy to re-create

Clearly Cute Card Keeper Tutorial by Rosey Corner Creations

Business Card Keeper by Amy Butler

DIY Card Case by Marisa Edghill via Oh My! Handmade Goodness

Loyalty Card Holder Tutorial by Christie of A Lemon Squeezy Home via Grosgrain Fabulous

Fabric Origami Business Card Holder by How About Orange

Business Card Holder by Pretty Prudent

MOO Minicard Holder in 3 Minutes by Smila’s World

Business Card Holder Tutorial by Amanda Castor of Material Girl

Business Card Holder with Snaps by Monkey See, Monkey Do!

Loyalty/Credit Card Holder by Warehouse Fabrics Inc.

Loyalty Card Wallet by A Spoonful of Sugar

Card Wallet Tutorial by Nancy’s Couture

Mini Wallet Tutorial by Shelley Detton of 7LayerStudio

Gift Card Case or Biz Card Holder by Sew4Home

Business Card Holder Tutorial by Tamdoll

No Sew Card Holder by Sandi of the AdaLou blog via Manzanita

Felt Business Card Holder by Liz Makes

Felt Business Card Holder Tutorial by Everything Etsy

Ruffled Mini Wallet by Amy Gibson of Stitchery Dickory Dock via FreeSpirit Fabric


Are your favorites not listed?  Leave a comment to share your favorite projects.


6 Responses to “How to Make a Card Holder – a Sewing Project Roundup”

  1. Jeifner 09/03/2013 at 7:38 pm #

    Great roundup of tutorials! Looked at all of them 🙂

  2. Lori W 09/04/2013 at 9:34 am #

    Great roundup! I’ll keep your list handy when I start Christmas gift-making.

  3. Liz 12/12/2013 at 7:50 am #

    Great tutorials! Thanks for including mine. 🙂

    • Angela 12/12/2013 at 12:36 pm #

      Well thanks for writing the tutorial Liz!

  4. Andrew 05/25/2017 at 9:16 am #

    Heads up, the first link in your “free” section is dead and leads to a phishing site. I didn’t check the rest, because it looks like you don’t actually manage this. Better to just remove it, instead of messing with other people.

    • Angela 05/25/2017 at 9:23 am #

      Thanks, Andrew. I appreciate you letting me know! I removed the link.

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