Easy Dollar Bill Origami - Make a Money Star - Tutorial - Star of David
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I've tried it with both UK bills which are short and wide and US bills which are long and skinnyso it should work with every other currency that fits somewhere in between in terms of shape.
I've seen some other instructions out there for this star which are excellent and very clear, but where you align some of the folds by star made out of money features of the note, like "just fold the bill until it reaches the green circle on the bill".
I've deliberately avoided doing that in my instructions, because I wanted them to work with any currency in the world.
So, all you non-USA folks can join in the fun too :- If you're giving a cash gift, then I think that these money origami stars make a wonderful way to give it.
Usually, cash seems like a bit of an impersonal gift, but I think that by folding it into something beautiful you give it a personal touch and it becomes a much more meaningful and memorable gift.
Feel free to get creative with how you use this fold.
One day when I get around to it I'm going to try making Christmas cards using these star made out of money stars on the front as decoration - I think it would look really neat.
Maybe I'll combine it with a money origami Christmas tree or some of the other.
Ready to make your dollar bill star?
You can choose from my: Here's a video I made showing how to fold the star: If you have a slow internet connection you might like to pause the video and come back in 2 minutes when it's fully loaded.
Or you might prefer to follow the photo instructions below instead.
It's easier to see the folds this way than if I use a real bill.
Tip: If you're using plastic money e.
Canada, Australia then use large paperclips to hold the folds in place as you go.
Step 1 Fold your bill in half and unfold again, to make a crease along its full length.
Step 2 Fold both of the corners on the right hand side in to meet the center-line, as if you were making a paper plane.
Also do the same with the bottom left corner.
Step 4 Turn over the bill, and arrange it so that the folded-in corner is at the top left.
Then unfold the folded-in corner.
Then fold both the corners on the right hand side in to meet the center, as if you were making a paper plane.
Step 6 Turn over the bill, and arrange it with the pointy bit facing upward.
Then fold up the bottom edge and tuck see more as far as it will go under the pointing-down triangle-shaped flap.
Step 7 Repeat steps 1-6 with another 4 bills.
Now it's time to slot them together.
This is a little tricky to how to make a tie out of money with photos, so if you get stuck you can always.
First of all, let me show you how each bill has two types of slots.
In the photo below, see how there's a big slot left and a small slot right?
I've poked a pencil into the slots to make them clearer.
Now that you know the two types of slots, you're ready to fit the bills together.
Start off with two bills arranged like this: I normally make these stars with 5 points, but if you add one more bill you can also make a 6-pointed star.
this web page you've slotted all the bills together, here's what the finished star looks like from the front and back.
See how my white paper has turned into dollar bills?
It's magic ;- How did your modular money origami star turn out?
I hope you found my instructions clear.
go here are also some above which might help to make it clearer.
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Here's a star made out of Egyptian money by reader Kailey, a Canadian living in Egypt.
Thanks for sending in your photo Kailey!
I think the star looks really beautiful with the Arabic script.
Modular Money Origami Star made from Egyptian notes Here's one I made out of English £20 bills to give a £100 gift to a friend.
I love how it has flowers in the center on the front, and iridescent towers on the other side.
Thanks for sharing your photo Marlene!
If you want to use paper instead of money, it's easies to star made out of money half-squares, i.
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