Dollar Bill Origami How to fold the ‘Change of Heart’

Dollar Bill Origami
How to fold the Dollar Bill Origami ‘Change of Heart’
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This Dollar Bill Origami heart in particular is sometimes called “change of heart,” because it can hold a quarter in the middle. Is often attributed to Stephen Hecht because he was the first person to use a dollar bill instead a sheet of plain paper.
This guide shows how to make a cute origami dollar heart that you can put a quarter inside. I’m sure that you have probably seen this somewhere on the internet, but I felt that Instructables needed one. Well anyways, its a pretty cool way to give someone money. It only takes about 5 or so minutes to make, and its awesome.

Why Money Origami? Sometimes money is the most practical gift you can give. Especially when you know that the recipient is saving up for something that’s important to them. However, there can be something a bit impersonal about giving a cash gift. The solution: dollar bill origami! Or 10 dollar bill origami, or 100 dollar bill… By folding money, you can turn a few bills into a gift that’s creative and memorable,
If you don’t have any U.S. currency, you’d like a different color, or you want to give one to someone without giving them your money, start with a rectangular piece of paper about the same size: 6.6cm (2.61 inches) wide, by 15.6cm (6.14 inches) long. A paper cutter, if you have access to one, can help you get the edges square. This may also be possible with other currencies. A £5 or £10 British note Check the size of the alternative currency note’s size against the measurements in the previous tip.
How to fold the Dollar Bill Origami ‘Change of Heart’
This is best folded on a flat surface.Comment if you have any questions.

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How to fold the Dollar Bill Origami ‘Change of Heart’

Originally posted 2015-03-28 08:12:59.

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