Wednesday, October 26, 2011
The case opens like a Shara, only instead of a button and elastic closing it has a small strip of velcro in order for everything to be as flat and light as possible. I had a lime-green bag from fish food, thanks to some pond-owning friends, and best of all the print on the bag was in Spanish! So the case is slick and light and bright and filled with little fishy images and interesting text. We adapted a neck strap design by combining our small bag strap and our wallet elastic closing. The back cover of the passport slides right in to the right side inside flap of the case, making it easy to flip the passport open if it only needs to be shown. When it needs stamping, it can easily be removed from the flap. The flap on the inside left can be left empty for extra lightness, but it could also be used for boarding passes, a stick of gum, or a little piece of paper with a calming mantra written on it for airport trials and tribulations.
These babies aren't in our catalog yet, but if you want us to make one for you, email us at weRpiecework@gmail.com with your needs and ideas. Passport cases cost the same as Sharas-- $18 including postage and handling.