I suppose some computer keyboards are more expensive than a wallet itself, but if you've got a spare one laying around, this
is a super fun project that requires a bit of know-how and a lot of creativity! Ready to get started?:
Here's a few more tips from the expert himself!:
1. PC keyboards work best, since you can open most of them with a Phillips-head screwdriver. Macs generally require a tiny Allen wrench that can be hard to find.
2. If the rubber key springs are attached individually to the circuit sheets, remove each one carefully with a razor blade.
And of course, a bit of history to enhance your keyboard knowledge!:
The history of the keyboard dates back to the first typewriter, which New York-based Remington Co. mass-marketed in 1877 to compensate for the drop in gun sales after the Civil War.
Cool, right? You'll have the oldest (and coolest!) technology-inspired wallet in town.