Dollar Bill Money Origami

Money is treasured as the perfect gift - but it's also thought of as a bit crass just to hand someone cash. It seems to indicate that you didn't think enough to personalize the present. Now you can get the best of both worlds. If you're going to a housewarming, fold a present of a rose. If someone is graduating, fold them a shirt or a bowtie! The possibilities are endless, and you can bet that tipping your waitress with a flower will get a great reaction!

Instructions and Photos
Rose (5 bills)

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Note that the following photo gallery is of PHOTOS ONLY. These images were created from copyrighted book instructions. We have the ability to show you what we made, but we cannot give out those instructions. You would need to buy the book yourself, to understand how they were made. We greatly respect the talent of the individuals who invented these designs.

Elf Boots
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Piggy Bank
Rose (1 bill)
Two Frogs - Seasaw

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Get hand-created money origami creations - perfect for tips for your newspaper delivery boy, paying your babysitter, tips on cruises, presents for family and friends, and more! Money origami looks gorgeous on a wedding money tree, is perfect for waitress tips, and are easy to tuck into an envelope or card. Read more about money origami!

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