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This is my version of a Double Origami Heart made from a SINGLE BILL. Items required for this project: ANY bill ($1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, ...
To begin, start by using a crisp dollar bill. Crease the bill in half width wise. Then crease the bill in half height wise.
Take one side (in this case, the right) and fold it towards the center. Now in the front view, fold the bottom portion to the center of the ...
Once you have completed the initial crease and the fold, it's now time to shape the hearts. Crease one corner on the bottom portion of the bill. Repeat ...
rotate the item 180 degrees and repeat the process for the other side by creasing both the top and bottom corners. (Note: image from prior step was used. ...
If you are already lost, don't worry, I will follow up with a step by step video. Please direct your attention to the rear portion of the item. ...
The hearts are now completed but are far apart. Here's the steps to bring them closer: Grab the thinner heart (you can tell the difference) and fold it ...
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