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A Bouquet worth diving for!

Are you tired of plain old natural flowers? Maybe you are a bank robber and have stacks of money that needs to be laundered. Well have I got the project for you. Introducing The Dollar Bill Flower Bouquet! Works with other denominations other than the Dollar. You can use a five, a twenty, even a hundred dollar bill.

I got the idea from my aunt that used to make money arraignments in a vase for peoples weddings or birthdays.

Partly inspired by my kindergarten teachers project that made similar flowers from tissue paper then we sprayed them with perfume for mothers day.

I thought it would be a fitting entry for the Wedding Contest. It could be used as a gift for the newly weds or as the Bouquet for when they toss the bouquet to give them single ladies even more to fight over.

http://www.instructables.com/contest/wedding2014/

If you enjoy it, feel free to favorite and Vote for it.

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Step 1: Materials

  • Thin Wire
  • Paper Money ( I used 4 Dollar Bills per flower)
  • Floral Tape
  • Leaves or some filler flowers. Maybe some angel's breath flowers or something
<p>Check back in a couple of days, after they accept in into the Wedding Contest, if you would like to VOTE for it. I'd appreciate it.</p><p>http://www.instructables.com/contest/wedding2014/</p>
<p>What a neat idea to give as a wedding present.<br>I made 2 for my friends wedding.<br>Just had a hard time to figure out how to put all the petals together. But i managed :)</p><p>Thanks for the instructable!</p>
This really saved my skin today.<br>&quot;A woman scorned...&quot; and all that. Actually, I think I'll name this particular bouquet's species &quot;Scorn-Foil.&quot; <br>Thank you so much. Two thumbs up!
<p>Congrats on your win! This project is fabulous and really one of my favorites! Great job! :)</p>
<p>Thanks doodle. Winning is sure a boost in spirit. That fancy pants camera will sure come in handy for future instructables. </p>
<p>I can't wait to try it and give it to my mom! It is such a neat idea!</p>
<p>Why don't you make it in euros ? The currency's worth 30% (or so&hellip;) more than the $$ !</p><p>Anyway I'm pretty sure this bouquet's not gonna stay very long in its pot !&hellip;</p>
<p>beautiful</p>
<p>I love this idea as a way to give money as a wedding present or a birthday present or something. So cute!</p>
<p>More appealing than handing someone a stack of money I'd say.</p>
<p>my cousins husband bought her a coach purse for christmas. she was saying, &quot;oh, that's nice thank you&quot; and setting it aside. he said &quot;why dont you open it?&quot; she did and started pulling out stacks of money. it was $42,000 cash for her to get her kitchen remodeled!! it was quite impressive to say the least. :)</p>
<p>if you plan on giving that to your girlfriend and getting lucky, i would plan on using those hundreds. ;-)</p>
<p>Oh, this is awesome!</p><p>Even better with Canadian money, which is different colours. Of course, they just switched us over to plastic bills, which probably won't work the same...</p>
<p>I thought the same thing with the colorful foreign money. It may work with the new bills if there's fibrous material in it.</p>
so beautiful
<p>They do look pretty neat don't they.</p>
damn this one is unique
<p>Thanks! </p>
<p>Great photos!</p>
<p>Great photos!</p>

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