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Old 10-25-2007, 08:06 AM   #1
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My niece made it pretty clear to me that she wants money this year instead of a gift. Any ideas on a fun way to present it? I was thinking of getting it all in ones or something like that. So any creative ideas?
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Old 10-25-2007, 08:12 AM   #2
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My niece made it pretty clear to me that she wants money this year instead of a gift. Any ideas on a fun way to present it? I was thinking of getting it all in ones or something like that. So any creative ideas?
My MIL would fold ones into a wreath. They would all be attached together and made a HUGE wreath. Very cool. She did this with like $500 once. I could try to get instructions if you're interested.
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This is from our very own Jenn Balcer's blog. I love this idea!!
http://jbalcer.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/page/3/
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Check out this oh so cool gift on Jenn balcer's blog

http://jbalcer.blogs.splitcoaststamp...urry/#more-337

She got her inspiration from Lori Craig's gift like it.

Love 'em.
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Last year, for my grandfather's 94th birthday, we came up with a cool idea. We taped 94 one dollar bills together end to end and rolled them into a ball. Then we put them into a small gift bag with tissue paper and one dollar bill sticking out of the top. When he went to pull the dollar bill out of the top, he kept pulling and pulling and pulling. He loved it! Maybe you could do something like that.
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Old 10-25-2007, 09:03 AM   #6
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There's a book published by Design Originals called Money Folding Double Your $ 101 by Norma Eng. It has all sorts of ideas. I bought it a few years back, don't know if it's still in print but worth a try. HTH
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Do a search on google or yahoo for "money origami" and you will come up with several ideas on how to creatively fold money. We did this for my niece and nephew for their birthdays this year and they thought it was pretty cool.
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Old 10-25-2007, 11:50 AM   #8
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I'd get it all in ones, or "silver dollars" and put it in a pop top can
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I made a shirt out of money for my son in law; not real girlie but it worked.

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Old 10-25-2007, 01:23 PM   #10
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These are awesome ideas
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Interesting that you should post just this question! My niece has suggested the same thing...as the number one item on her Christmas List. Normally I would think that it's not really appropriate to ask for money as a gift. But there's a summer group she's a part of that's taking a big trip next year and she won't be able to afford it.

I'm loving the ideas! Keep them coming!

*And I'm thinking about a Pringles can full of silver dollars! Wouldn't that be fun...and interesting to shake...and very heavy!
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i made a lot of these last year...

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=65331



you could even do something like this...

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=65331
(just put the money there instead of the candy)



one year for a friends daughters' birthday i took all the $1's and wadded them up and stuffed them into a bag-a lope.
(i didn't make this one, but it is very cute... you get the idea)

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...13256?cat=5659
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Old 10-25-2007, 04:43 PM   #13
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There are a bunch of websites that show you how to turn money into little origami animals and flowers, Here is one of them...
Dollar Bill Origami
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Just an idea,...the last few years my neice and nephew have enede up with money,one year I taped a set amt of cash to a brick and wrapped it,another year I gave the amt in quarters in CD cases,gave a bag of crumpeled ones one year,passed the bag around and said all should feel as this is something everyone would want,...and when he opened a bag of money,...you can immagine the responce.
Have not thought about this years yet will be watching for more ideas.
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I thought this was so cool the first time I saw it, and would love to do it...and change colors for the occasion:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...y=0&thumbcheck=
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Old 10-27-2007, 07:42 AM   #16
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Years ago I made a Money Plant for my niece's wedding. They were moving to France so didn't want or need the usual kind of gifts. Here is a link to a pattern. It was big hit.
http://kids.creativity-portal.com/d/...s/money.plant/
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Old 10-27-2007, 07:52 PM   #17
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This is my go to money gift:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...00&ppuser=4595

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Here was my way of gifting my niece with cash for her birthday.

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=52833
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I have folded up bills and put them into fortune cookies- it was a huge hit with the whole family! I microwaved the cookies for about 6 seconds to gently soften them to be able to put the money in. I have also 'hidden' bills in an interactive scrap book- so the recipient found several surprises along the way! Just remember how much $ you hid- so all can be found! I have also hidden some in Christmas ornaments and wrapped the ornaments- I usually give all the 'kids' in the family an ornament every year- so this was expected- the money was not! I also have hidden $ in the fingers of gloves! "gee- try them on so I am sure I got you the right size" was needed last year- and -'oh no- they don't fit- this finger doesn't work' was priceless and good for a lot of laughs! One year- when my nephew got his first car- his mother said to get him car supplies for his November birthday- he clearly did not want this- so as a joke I got the tackiest, ugliest car ice-scraper on a big old honking mitten--and hid money in there! He thought it was the absolute best!!! As the kids get into their teens- money is usually on the top of their list-- as much as I prefer to buy a gift- if that is what they want- I want the opening of the gift to be interesting- and fun! HTH, Diane
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The best idea I have seen for giving money on Christmas was forever ago on this site, someone decorated a small paint can and put this poem on it:
Ho Ho Ho
Here's a little dough
You can take it to the mall
Try not to spend it all
But just in case you do
I had a little plan
I glued a shiny penny
To the bottom of your can.

I've always wanted to make one. HTH
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My mom did a gift basket one year for me and DH. It was a bottle of wine with some glasses. And the 'grass' was crumpled up dollar bills. I think there were $200 of them. I didn't even notice it was money until she said look closer!

Let me tell you though, the bank was not happy with the crumpled money. I had flattened it out as much as I could but the teller was really upset and brought the manager over. They said "next time, tell her to write a check!" I was afraid they weren't going to deposit it!!!
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Oh, and another note. I would opt for a Gift Card. That way you can be sure that she won't buy something she shouldn't be buying with just plain cash. If she's saving for a pair of shoes or a sweater, etc. You could find out what store she's planning on purchasing it at and then get her a GC to that store.
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One of the catch phrases we used with the kids every time they would ask for a high dollar item was, "Gosh, guess we forgot to water the money tree". My son's wish list just kept going up in price each year, so for his birthday one year we cut a tree branch, complete with leaves, put it in a pot with sand and rocks, tied dollar bills on it, and added coins to the bottom for "seedlings". He got his very own money tree!
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I love the fortune cookie idea! I'll have to use that for my teenage nephew this year, and wrap it in a take-out box. I usually would prefer to give a gift, since i like to wrap them. This will allow me to do both! Thanks for the great idea!
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One year, I made a special card for my oldest son while he was in college....it had a retangular open window on the front and I made a tiny bag to hang in the window and I stuck his money in it. I wish I had kept a picture of it...it turned out so cute. Oh well, just a thought!

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This isn't paper crafting related, but the money puzzles are always fun...
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A friend of mine recieved many $1.00 crumpled bills in a gift. She ironed them before taking them to the bank as she could not get the wrinkles out any other way.. She said it worked but you have to be really careful and use a low steam setting.
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Thanks for all the fun ideas. Keep them coming. (Sorry I haven't posted but fell and injured my arm on Sunday) I may have to try several of these ideas for gifts this year.
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Wow, you guys are creative!!
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I need a money card idea to give my SIL and her family each money for their trip to disneyland. Anyone made money cards?

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I just now remembered that last year Kurtis, aka krabearkub, posted a challenge for VSN to make a card with money displayed on the front rather than tucked away inside.
Here is a link to all the cards posted... MARVSNG
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As much fun as it would be to give and watch her open many small bills I usually stick with larger denominations for two reasons. 1. It is too easy to spend small bills and then wonder where it all went. Sometimes they just seem to run through your fingers on frivilous things and 2. I would rather receive a $20 than 20 ones so I guess I imagine they would too.
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My DH family is Hawaiian, they take the bills in any amount, fan-fold it and make a money lei! It's pretty cool and the kids always flip through to see if there are any 20's!! These are all great ideas though-be sure to post what you ended up doing.......great for the collection!!
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For my 16th birthday, my Mom made "wrapping paper" out of $1 bills that were taped together to form sheets. There was one large box that wrapped in this "money" paper -- complete with a bow made of folded money. Inside there were smaller gifts -- some wrapped in more "money" wrapping paper and some wrapped in gift wrap. I can't tell you what I received as gifts, but I can tell you that I will treasure the memory forever and I still have the bow she made. I wouldn't cash it in for the world now. HTH.
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DebiStringer had this awesome idea. I cased her and it worked great. You stack bills and then apply the compound and it looks great. We did it for my sister's graduation from college and everyone "ooooooo" and "ahhhhh".
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DebiStringer had this awesome idea. I cased her and it worked great. You stack bills and then apply the compound and it looks great. We did it for my sister's graduation from college and everyone "ooooooo" and "ahhhhh".
My idea is similar....you make a $ notepad....line up all your bills, make a cover & back, clamp them near the top, paint 3 coats of elmers rubber cement ( white glue works as well), let dry well between coats. As money is needed, just peel it off. Younger kids really enjoy this.
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You could put bills in paper cone ornaments:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...05941?cat=5661

(5 dollar bills or 10s...) and hang them with a name tag on the tree. Tell her how many there are and she could hunt them down. (Either that or put them in a box and she could open each one...)

There's be room in there for an lip-gloss, chocolates, or something too as a little surprise in each one.
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This wouldn't really work for a girl, well, maybe a little tomboyish one.. but you could take a sleeve of tennis balls, cut the balls halfway through and stuff bills inside.. All they need to do is give the ball a little squeeze to open it up and reveal the money inside. Plus you could still decorate the outside of the sleeve of balls =)

I'm not sure if it would work, but you could also try dying the tennis balls in food coloring for Christmas colors..

Today on the front page of SCS, they had a way to make bows out of paper, maybe you could do a bow made of money, just fold the money lengthwise to form strips first. And hey, the money is already green!!
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My friend's husband's daughter told him she wanted money for her birthday & he told her too bad he already bought her a Pez dispenser. So we took a Pez dispenser & carefully opened the bottom of the package. Then we took bills & Z folded them really small & stuck them in the dispenser. Then I sealed the bottom of the package again with mono. It was a cute idea he came up with. Just remember to ask for candy from the Pez to make sure they open it.
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The following are three views of one of the graduation cards I made using the card as the gift vehicle. I used an invitation-sized envelope and you open the flap up, fold the envelope in half with the back of the envelope in the center. Then you turn it over and take a scissors and start at the fold and cut a sliver of the flap off so when you put the flap down you have two distinct pockets. I glue the left pocket shut after decorating and put the money in the right pocket. Here are my samples:

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