How to Make a Ring Out of a Dollar Bill



Introduction: How to Make a Ring Out of a Dollar Bill

Its really simple origami and all you need is .......... A DOLLAR!

Teacher Notes

Teachers! Did you use this instructable in your classroom?
Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson.

Step 1: Step One

Start by folding the long edges low enough to just barley touch the number 1

Step 2: Step 2

Next fold the paper in half twice and make sure the edge of the 1 is just at the bottem

Step 3: Step 3

Next cross the left end of the paper down from about the middle (i accidentally folded on the right)

Step 4: Step 4

Then just simply fold the end you just crossed up

Step 5: Step Five

Next turn it around so it would look like this

Step 6: Step 6

Next wrap the piece sticking to the right around and under the cross to size it for your finger wrap with finger

Step 7: Step 7

Now  wrap the piece pointing down around the piece you just wrapped it should look like the example above

Step 8: Step 8

Lastly fold the piece sticking out to the right over the piece you just wrapped then fold the white edge sticking out into the gap you made from wrapping the last time if its not going in easily then hold it open with your nails or a key the one should be showing and the final product should look like the example above.
For More go to:

Dremel Jewelry Contest

Participated in the
Dremel Jewelry Contest

Be the First to Share


    • Heart Contest

      Heart Contest
    • Fiber Arts Contest

      Fiber Arts Contest
    • Paper Contest

      Paper Contest



    8 years ago on Introduction

    Fantastic instructions! When I was in middle school we used to make paper rings, but I had long forgotten how! Thanks for the great 'able and the memory jolt!