Fold animals out of banknotes

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Folding cute and creative cash gifts from bills is not that hard. With these instructions you will learn how to create small animals in a few simple steps.
Whether an Easter bunny for Easter or a few fish as a gift for an aquarium lovers, here you will find the appropriate instructions.

Instructions for animals from banknotes

All origami instructions for banknotes folding are described in detail with photos or video and are available for free.
In this overview, the first instructions are created by myself and documented in detail with photos. The following linked instructions are from other websites and videos that have made beautiful animals.

Elephant folded out of a bank note

Folding elephant out of a banknote

Animals are popular gifts. Elephants are special animals that, due to their imposing size and nature, symbolize Mach, ...
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Duck folded out of bank note

Fold duck out of bank note

How do you give away money? Giving away bills in an envelope with a card is boring. Origami turns a bank note ...
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Fish folded out of a bank note

Folding fish from a bank note

The fish is one of the oldest symbols of Jesus Christ and was a secret mark among the early Christians. It ...
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Fish folded from bank note

Folding fish from a bank note

In this tutorial you will learn how to fold a simple fish from a banknote. This cute little fish is a ...
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Frog folded out of a banknote

Fold out frog from a banknote

Animals are well received by most people. Therefore, it makes sense to give away money in the form of animals ...
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Folding rabbit out of a banknote

Folding rabbit out of a banknote

Animals are a nice and popular gift. Instead of a voucher money in the form of a rabbit can be presented. Just ...
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Cat folded from bill

Folding cat from a bill

This guide to folding money shows you in many pictures how a nice cat is folded out of a bank note. Cats ...
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Peacock folded from bank note

Peacock fold out of a banknote

Why do you want to fold a peacock out of a bank note? In the case of peacocks, the males are considered to be the most ...
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Money butterfly - just folded

Folding butterfly from a banknote

How to easily and quickly fold a butterfly out of money: How to fold a simple butterfly from a bank note - ...
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Pig folded out of a bank note - standing

Fold pig out of a bill

The pig (the boar) was a sacred animal among the Germans and stood for prosperity and wealth. It was considered ...
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Why are animals especially suitable for money gifts?
Animals are often symbolic of abstract concepts. For example, fish stands for fertility, happiness and wealth, the rabbit for resurrection and rebirth and the pig for ancient cultures as a symbol of fertility, happiness and prosperity.
There are also animal loving people who also have pets: dog, cat, rabbit, hamster, reptile, spider, turtle or fish. Animals are also very popular with children.

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Below is an alphabetical list of animals from A to Z. As this page progresses, there will be more and more instructions, so that in the end all animals can hopefully be folded out of one or more banknotes.

  • Aalen
  • Eagle
  • Monkey
  • Bear
  • beaver
  • Bison
  • chameleon
  • chinchilla
  • Badger
  • Dolphin
  • Dingo
  • squirrel
  • Elch
  • Elephant
  • Falke
  • sloth
  • Fledermaus
  • Gazelle
  • Gepard
  • Giraffe
  • Shark
  • Dog
  • hyena
  • Hedgehog
  • polecat
  • Jaguar
  • scallops
  • chafer
  • Camel
  • Kangaroo
  • Koala
  • salmon
  • Lion
  • lynx
  • mole
  • Guinea pig
  • marmot
  • Coati
  • rhino
  • Nerz
  • Okapi
  • Opossum
  • Orca
  • Panda
  • penguin
  • Piranha
  • Qualle
  • coelacanth
  • rat
  • earthworm
  • reindeer
  • skate
  • turtle
  • seal
  • bouquet
  • Taube
  • Tiger
  • eagle owl
  • tarantula
  • Waran

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