moo cards for the last 2 1/2 years and probably gone through a couple hundred of them, but I've never had a permanent place to carry them when I travel. At home and at shows they're displayed in the little vintage match stick holder above. Not so practical for my purse. My wallet has done the job, but not well. Since I was looking for another super quick project to fuel me, I decided to make a moo card holder this morning. Seemed simple enough... and would have been if I had used anything but burlap. My love for it hasn't lessened over time, and it seemed like a fitting outer fabric. But I can't recommend making a teeny tiny card holder out of loose weaved burlap if you are faint-hearted.
I lined it with some perfectly faded striped material from Liane. It's much thinner than ticking and made a great interior. I bought it with a great collection of vintage fabric scraps from Enhabiten about a week ago and have already begun to play with another piece. Ahhh PLAY! I'm such a strong advocate for play-based learning among children... but also quite convinced that play is essential for grown-ups. Now, I better go snip that itty bitty thread under the top snap... it's distracting me way too much.