Designed by Michael G. LaFosse and Richard L. Alexander Who doesn’t love dolphins’ playful intelligence, gentle demeanor, and smiling faces? There are many origami dollar-bill sea creatures, and many are difficult to fold, but Michael’s clever design produced a wonderfully interesting tail, as well as a shapely front, complete with pectoral flippers. Make a splash by folding a whole pod of these to delight your next group of joyful partygoers. Before you begin, find out about wet-folding at the end of the booklet!
1 Begin with a single dollar, obverse side, right side up. A) Valley-fold in half, short edge to short edge. Unfold. B) Valleyfold the left and right halves of the top edge to meet at the center crease. 2 Unfold. Turn over, left to right. 3 Valley-fold the left and right halves of the bottom edge to meet at the center crease. Turn over, left to right.