So what is a Milkman's wallet? Well, take a look at this video, ignore that I say this is how to make one, I swear I meant work one and hopefully you'll understand.
Magic right?! The children at Church (and of course my children) thought so too. So how can you make one? Well, follow the steps below!
For this craft you will need.
Two strips of card measuring 18cm by 9cm (you'll get three out of a piece of A4).
Four strips of card measuring 14cm by 2cm (you should have enough left from the A4 piece of card).
You can of course play with different sizes etc, but these are the ones that work best for British currency. If you had four wider strips for example, you could keep a coin or two secure, but that's best only if you're a practiced magician!
And this is how you do it.
Lay your two pieces of card side by side. Why? Cos it looks cool.
Glue two of the four strips to one side of one of the longer pieces of card.
Put the other long strip of card over the top of the little strips, and as close to the other piece of long card as you can.
Fold the thin strips over the second piece of card and again secure with glue. It would make sense to put them down a little further than I did as my £5 didn't really fit into this as it was too short!
Place the other two strips of card in a cross underneath the long piece of card on the left. Secure the ends as below. The ends on the left go on to the back of the card the cross is on and the strips on the right are secured to the back of the card on the right.