Fold number 2 out of a bill

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Simple cash gifts are quickly folded out of a few bills. Banknotes are especially suited for birthdays to give money in a creative way.

In this Origami tutorial you will learn step by step how to fold a banknote into the number 2.

How to fold the number 2 from a bill - instructions with video


In this video you can see exactly how the 2 is folded out of a bill.

How to fold the number 2 out of a bill - instructions with photos

In order to fold a 2 from a banknote, only a banknote is required except for this folding guide.

Origami: fold number 2 from bill - step 1
Fold number 2 out of a bill - step 1

First, the bill is folded in longitudinally in the middle.

Origami: fold number 2 from bill - step 2
Fold number 2 out of a bill - step 2

In the second step, the bill is unfolded again and then folded the pages to the middle kink.

Origami: fold number 3 from bill - step 3
Fold number 2 out of a bill - step 3

The money strip is now tilted diagonally forward, the folding undone and then folded back again.

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Origami: Number 1 folded from a banknote
Number 1 folded from a bill

Just like the manual, one 1 from a banknote To fold, the bill is now unfolded in the middle again and the upper part of the resulting wrinkles folded back.

Origami: fold number 2 from bill - step 4
Fold number 2 out of a bill - step 4

The last step is now repeated with the lower part of the banknote strip. It should be noted that the folded part is significantly longer than the previous one.

Origami: Number 2 folded from a banknote
Number 2 folded from a bill

Subsequently, the bill is unfolded again in the middle and the lower part folded over at the kinks.
An 2 from a banknote is ready.

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