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Mini Money Origami

Designed by Michael G.

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.

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