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Money Crab

If you want to gift money, don't just stuff a bill into an envelope, instead fold it into a cute little crab...

... or a dolphin. It's called origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. Looks very challenging to me -and you're supposed to only use one bill!

But if he can do origami, I can do origami.
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18 comments:

  1. I've done the shirt, the butterfly and a few easy ones. I looked it up on the net the instructions. Fun to do! And it was all about getting a coworker to take money back for buying me a coffee.

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  2. maya !

    ha ha YOU ARE THE BEST !
    xx

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  3. Now that's the kid of crabs I'd like to find the next time I go to the beach!

    Last year I received a beautiful box filled with origami supplies. I read the book, but was definitely confused. I need to see if they have one called Origami For Dummies.

    But, the box looks real pretty sitting there!

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  4. my husband folds tip money at restuarants,
    this one would be a challange and soooo fun
    to recieve :)

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  5. He probably didn't ACTUALLY fold it himself.

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  6. Adorable. My son had a small origami obsession when he was little. We wound up with folded cockroaches and dragons and African masks. I still have bags of it:). I think it would be cute in a beach house to line the fireplace with origami sea creatures...

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  7. Clever. It may be child's play, but I fear I might be all thumbs. Good point about GW. It might not be so difficult after all.

    Cheers,

    Marjorie

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  8. The look on his face, so befuddled almost, is just hysterical!
    Brenda

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  9. It's like the way they fold your beach towel or t-shirt & leave it on the bed on a cruise shop or at a resort... never made the "origami" connection before, but that's exactly what it is :-)

    Happiness,
    ~Julia

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  10. I would love lots of crabs like that!

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  11. It's my dad's 85th tomorrow and I'm thinking a crab like this would be more fun than a boring card! I've tried before but am not very adept. My family laughed at my napkin folding attempts, and that was just fan/swan things...

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  12. Interesting idea...
    Jane (Artfully Graced)

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  13. That is really so cool, I have always loved origami. I think this was George just before the shoe came flying at his head.

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  14. This is just a 'great' post ... my grandson is turning 13 next week. Can you guess what I will be attempting? You are right, if W can do it, I can do it.

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  15. Wow! That is impressive!

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  16. You can do it, I know you can! :) I want to learn to make that crab, very impressive. Especially if George can do it. Ha ha.

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