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This is a instructable on how to make a dollar ring.Follow the instructions carefully to get a nice ring.
Get any US 1 dollar bill,George Washington facing up, and fold the back bottom margin up (Note I said back bottom margin.It means to start at the back, ...
Fold the bill in half from top to bottom(George Washington side facing up), but make the fold just a hair away from the bottom.
Fold the top half down again, but this time, bring to the bottom edge exactly.
Now, turn the bill over and fold the right margin down.
Keeping the bill George Washington side down, fold the left side as shown in the first photo.Make sure the "ONE" in one dollar is exactly half covered.
Flip the left side over, so the bottom-left corner of the assembly so far is a right-angle. Look at the pictures for help.
Follow the pictures to get it right.Be sure to follow them exactly!
This is very critical step.Make sure it is just right, otherwise go through steps 1-7 again before going to step 9.Make sure line A is the same length ...
Fold down the vertical part, and then hold it down with your thumb.
Fold the "1" part across the front part of the ring.Then tuck it under the vertical part.
Under the ring there should be a diagonal slot.Tuck that leftover piece of the vertical part into that slot.You're done!
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