Slim Card Wallet - DIY Leathercraft Kit (Natural Veg Tan)

$ 21.00

Looking to make a card wallet and want a head start? Need a great gift for a crafty friend or family member? The Card Wallet DIY leathercraft kit has you covered. This kit comes with everything you need to make a stylish, durable slim card wallet out of pure vegetable tanned leather. No Leatherworking experience required!


Each kit contains all the items you need to complete one card wallet kit. The only tools you will need to bring to the table is a pair of scissors and a small glass of water for burnishing your edges. The items included are:

  • One precision laser-cut card wallet body in natural vegetable tanned leather (3.5 oz)
  • One wrapping of durable waxed polycord thread from Maine Thread
  • Two premium John James Saddlers Needles for saddle-stitching
  • One piece of sandpaper for finishing edges
  • One piece of heavy canvas for burnishing edges to a smooth finish
  • One wooden pin for assistance in holding your wallet while saddle stitching


All DIY card wallet kits are precision laser cut from a high quality natural vegetable tanned leather from Wickett & Craig. Each piece is lightly conditioned pre and post laser cutting so its ready for use upon arrival. Your card wallet will age and patina drastically with use. With proper care this card wallet with transition from the light natural color into a deep caramel brown.



Don't worry we weren't going to leave you hanging. Check out the video below for a start to finish tutorial on putting your card wallet kit together. There will also be a note included with all kits providing a link to this video in case you are giving this as a gift. Feel free to e-mail us with any questions you have while making your wallet. We are here to help!


Another Note!: These kits are cut from full grain natural vegetable tanned leather. There may be minor markings on the surface of your leather that were acquired during the life of the animal or the tanning process. However we will never send you anything with cracks, holes, or cuts. 

ALSO! It is inevitable that the thread will pick up small amounts of soot from the laser cut holes when stitching. If you choosing a light color thread (white or natural) please be mindful of that. You can always take a q-tip or piece of string and run it through each hole to pick up any loose soot prior to stitching.