craftacular: Remember that video on how to fold a dollar bill into a dress shirt & tie? Well, I used that idea to create this year’s Father’s Day card. I made three (for my dad, step dad, and father-in-law) in different colors, and attached the folded shirt with painter’s tape. I plan to add a personal message about supporting me over all these years in all ways blah blah blah… Have you used any of this week’s ideas to make anything? I’d love to see!
cute idea for a money card.
Project Denneler: Teenagers like money.
Coffee Cups and Crayons - Activities for Kids
papercraft | Flotsam and Origami Jetsam | Page 2
Dollar Bill Origami for Unique Tip Money - keep cleverly folded $1 or $5 bills in a zip-lock in your glove box; take one origami creation into restaurant as you're getting out of the car to leave a special tip for a favorite waiter or waitress. I like to leave one folded bill with the rest of the appropriate tip amount. -LRE
Moneygami: The art of money folding
The Quarter Trick
How to fold an Origami Dollar Heart | eHow
Community Post: There's A Secret Stack Of Pancakes On The $5 Bill
Origami Money Flowers
-Step 1-Take out the first bill and pinch it in the middle to form a symmetrical 2-cup like shapes -Step 2- Place a floral wire in between the cups and bent it down. Make sure the length was divided equally. Twist the wire to secure and form the stem. (The author uses a pipe cleaner for this demonstration) -Step 3- Repeat step 1 and 2 with the other bills. -Step 4- Arrange each petals so it will nestle inside of each other. Make sure that the arrangement concealed the open sides for each b...
Making as a wedding gift for cousin. Money roses!