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This is great for including in birthday cards as it is not only a gift but a puzzle as well!
Using a $5 or $10 bill is best, because the design on the reverse helps to hide where the crease is, and makes it much harder to figure ...
It is important to line up the edges exactly so that the corner comes to a point (unfortunately, off the edge of the picture here).
This should give you a big X crease.
Again, keep your creases sharp.
It should be symmetrical.
The points should meet in the center and just touch.
Do the same on the other side.
Note that this is the long edge that does not have the three points on it -- it is the side edge.
Straight edge, good crease.
Everything should be nicely flat.
Should look like this.
Fold in the other edge, and tuck one corner into the triangle on the other one.
It will take some slight fiddling, but be careful not to rip or crease the bill any more.
It should be almost undetectable as to how to get this apart without tearing it! Suggestion: Don't do this on a regular basis with your own money -- ...
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