Business Card Ring Using Simple Units

Business Card Ring Using Simple Units


This “Business Card Simple Unit” is inspired and modified from the units created by Mette Pederson.
 

  1. Take a business cad and mountain fold it in half crosswise. Valley fold the top corners towards the midline. Leave a small space between the two flaps – this will make assembly easier later.
     
  2. Mountain fold (fold behind) the over-hang that is at the base of the business card.
     

  3. Valley fold (fold forward) the base of the business card the same width as the overhang in step 2 above.
     

  4. Mountain fold the entire unit in half to obtain the “Business Card Simple Unit”
     

  5. Assemble 12 to 14 of these to from a ring. Insert the points (called tabs) into the slots (called pockets) made in step 1.

 

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