In this tutorial you will learn how to fold a simple fish from a banknote.
This cute little fish is a perfect gift for all aquarium and animal lovers. He is also very suitable for decorating gifts or money dioramas.
In China, the symbol of the fish stands for abundance, wealth, prosperity, perseverance and perseverance. That's why the fish is also a traditional wedding present.
Therefore, the fish is an ideal gift for all ecclesiastical occasions such as baptism, confirmation or communion.
New aquarium owners or fish farmers are happy but also about cash in fish form. This tutorial shows in detail how a bill folds a fish in a few steps.
If you do not like this fish, there is another guide for another fish:
How to fold a fish from a banknote - instructions with video
The following video shows the steps again, piece by piece. So, the refolding of the fish is no problem.
How to fold a fish from a banknote - instructions with photos
This photo tutorial shows in clear steps how the money is folded out of a 10 € -shell:
Put the bill across from you.
Fold the bill back at the center line so that the leading edge comes to rest on the back edge.
Undo the last fold. The bill is now again in front of you.
Now fold the left rear corner towards the center line.
In this step, you also fold the left front corner to the pre-folded centerline.
Turn the bill around.
Now fold the left rear edge back towards the midline.
Now fold the left front edge also towards the center line.
In this step, you fold the two left corners of the bill from the bottom up.
Turn the bill around again.
Now fold the left tip exactly at the two corners of the bill to the right, so that the tip comes to rest on the middle fold.
Fold the right side of the bill to the top folded on the middle fold in the previous step.
Fold the right front edge towards the center line.
Fold the right back edge to the center line in the same way.
Turn over the bill and the money is already out of a banknote.
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