This is a money/candy lei I made for my sister for graduation. Here is the website I used to make the flowers out of dollar bills http://www.homemade-gifts-made-easy.com/origami-money-flowers.html I then just tied ribbon around the middles and tied them to a thicker ribbon with small pieces of candy inbetween the flowers. Fairly easy but it is time consuming depending on how many flowers you want to make. Artist, me, Rachel Lackowski :)
Roll up money like tiny diplomas and line them inside the box for a happy surprise. A neat birthday gift, but also works great for grads, Making Memories with Your Kids made this fun Money in a Can gift that allows the recipient to pull out a whole chain of dollar bills.
Dollar Bill Tie. Traced around tie from knot to bottom. Cut out. Taped money to it w/regular scotch tape. For back of tie just kind of cover it all up w/extra bills so you can't see the paper template anymore.
Check the way to make a special photo charms, and add it into your Pandora bracelets. I used a flower foam block and bright pipe cleaners to attach the candy and money and got 16$ in 1,5 and 2 dollar bills. ( The 2$s were a huge hit. ) also added cute flowers to accent it all. A great "sweet 16" gift for the hard to shop for teen :)
Want to start a fun family tradition? This is a super fun way to leave your kids money from the tooth fairy! These are some fun tutorials for money origami that will get your kids excited. They will look forward to losing a tooth to see what design the tooth fairy will bring them next.
Old tissue box wrapped with Birthday wrapping paper and a birthday cake sticker on the side! Taped 30 one dollar bills together with a card that said "Don't blow it all at once!" Great for a teenager who just wants money!