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100 Dollar Bill

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Use money origami (dollar bill origami) to transform your dollar bills into clothing, hearts, flowers, and more. Folding money is a quick and easy way to make a gift.

Use money origami (dollar bill origami) to transform your dollar bills into clothing, hearts, flowers, and more. Folding money is a quick and easy way to make a gift.

We love this easy and quick diy boho decoration you can make for cheap for your living room coffee table or entryway console. Check out the step by step tutorial for a diy dollar store boho tray.

We love this easy and quick diy boho decoration you can make for cheap for your living room coffee table or entryway console. Check out the step by step tutorial for a diy dollar store boho tray. #bohodecor #bohotray #bohoonabudget

Is your dollar bill worth more than a dollar...like a thousand dollars? Find out what could make a single dollar worth way more.

Is your dollar bill worth more than a dollar...like a thousand dollars? Find out what could make a single dollar worth way more.

Make a ring out of a dollar! Fun kids craft time! from wikiHow.com

Looking for a way to impress people with your money? Try folding a dollar bill into a fashionable ring. This ring has the number 1 faced out as the "gem," and if it's folded correctly it won't come apart. You can also create a ring out of...

EPBOT: 10 Mind-Blowing Dollar Tree DIYs You Have To See To Believe - And Even Then It's Iffy

I used to think I was creative, but then I watched a lady named Lynn take $4 worth of Dollar Tree plastic dishes and storage containers, like this: ... and turn them into a vintage galvanized kitchen scale: Um. WHAT? Admit it, if I didn't have that first photo, you'd never believe this. You can check out Lynn's original post in the Facebook group "Dollar Trees Creative Minds" for more details on how she did it: the "metal" is a sponged-on paint finish and the dial is a print-out. She's not…