Step 2: Turning a diamond thingy into a square.

You're bill should look something like this now.
That's so awesome. Here's mine with a Seychelles 10 rupees note and 25 cents. Looks a little crude though.
<p>I made it! The instruction is easy with detail. Thank you!</p><p>With a small tool, it makes origami with nice creases.</p>
<p>it was easy and cool!</p>
<p>I made it out of paper with the dimensions of a dollar</p>
<p>awesome ....!!!<br></p>
<p>this was so easy and looks awesome! </p>
<p>love it<br></p>
<p>Nice i folded down the tip in the back to make it sit up straight </p>
<p>Thanks for the tutorial. I used this for tooth fairy money for my daughter's first lost tooth. I'm sure she's going to like it.</p>
<p>Tipped my waiter last night with it :) Thanks for the easy to follow instructions!</p>
<p>Nicely done!</p>
<p>Thank you so much.<br>Was looking for dollar bill origami and just happen to see it was instructables.com Clicked the link, loved the picture so I gave it a try. This is mine. I changed the back a little bit for the 5 dollar bill so Mr. Lincoln was facing out. Thank you again, wasn't to hard and is so beautiful.</p>
<p>Nice work! </p>
&nbsp;Great Instructable!<br /> <br /> As you sure know, we are using euros &euro; here in Europe. So that means that we do have very little dollar bills here. I still wanted to do this so I took a 10&euro; bill and started doing it. Your steps where a bit hard to understand for me but when I looked at the following picture I did understand. The 10cent did fit perfectly in to the heart too!<br /> <br />
Thanks for posting a picture! It looks great with different currency!<br />
Just a note (hah!), for currencies like New Zealand (&amp; Australia too I think) it is incredibly hard to get it to hold its shape like a US/UK note or paper as they are printed on polymer, not paper.<br> <br> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banknotes_of_the_New_Zealand_dollar#Fourth_issue:_1999_-_present<br>
I agree.
Thanks for the instructions. I took the liberty of improving on your design so that the heart lays flat. The side &quot;ears&quot; of the heart are folded inwards (or inverted), and the top flap is folded forwards behind the coin. Hope you like it...
Very impressive!
Canadian 20s and quarters.
Great work!
Here's mine with a 100 Taiwanese Dollar :)
Great job! It looks amazing!
Nice work, here's mine:
It looks great!
awesome!! <br>
<p>I made this $5 heart with quarter just for fun way to give my daughter her allowance. The instructions are fantastic and very easy to follow!</p>
<p>A bit hard but after you're done its satisfactory. </p>
<p>I just made one and gave it to my boyfriend to carry in his wallet! Thank you for taking the time to show how it is made!</p>
<p>I made it with a $5 because my $1s weren't stiff. I think I'll probably leave these as tips =D so pretty</p>
<p>That's super cute :) Thanks for this tutorial. </p>
<p>This is so cool! With the big piece that was folded back, I made a little stand for it!</p>
<p>Did it! With an old 5 Bolivares bill and a Two Pence coin of a pound.</p>
My kids tooth fairy money. Thanks instructables.com
Nice! Indonesian Rupiah with New Zealand Dollar :)
<p>every year our school does a book drive. we also have an origami stand when we do it, but sometimes we need more inspiration for the stand. this is a FANTABULOUS (my fave word) example! </p><p>(except, 'o course, we would charge them more since the origami is made from bills and coins~~ ) </p><p>SO awesome! nicely done, and when I make it, (or, at least, when I make an attempt to) I'll share a pic!!</p>
<p>that is the awesomest thing i have ever seen</p><p>its fantabulous</p>
<p>Loved it. Will make it soon with a different currency. cheers :)</p>
Thanks so much !, I'm gonna impress my girlfriend:-)
Nice tutorial easy to follow!!!!
Super easy to follow!! Thanks so much!! The "tooth fairy" made a stop tonight for my daughter and I'm sure she's going to love this under her pillow!!
<p>Love this idea!</p>
Pic 6 in these steps is unclear, I'm not exactly sure what it is I'm supposed to do. It would have been more helpful if you would have explained some instead of just saying &quot;There it goes&quot;.... :(
That little triangle just gets folded under, next to the spine on the back of the heart. If the pictures are unclear you can watch the <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=VBmA4BxOwKg" rel="nofollow">video</a>, and it should clear things up.<br> <br> Good luck! You're almost there!
I suggest using a toothpick for this part of the steps...

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