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  • David Peyton 2013/11/05 21:54:09
  • David P... David P... 2013/11/05 22:23:05
    David Peyton
    +1
    copy image zoom in and look at eye brow straight up down theirs a image of a man leaning on eye brow an the mark of Satan #6 on bridge of nose please post comments this is a one of a kind very weird
  • Dark De... David P... 2013/11/06 06:48:17
    Dark Demonic™ ★ The Original SodaHead Guru ★
    I've found a higher resolution $100 bill, but I can't see the things you've mentioned at all.

    ive higher resolution 100 mentioned
  • David P... Dark De... 2013/11/12 15:06:40
    David Peyton
    You need to zoom in and you will. Its not on all 100 put one righ beside mine it only on this one
  • vannuck 2011/03/29 19:53:56
    vannuck
    ROFL
  • sally 2011/03/29 05:35:38
    sally
    I know how to make a bird with the eye on it.
  • Grammar-Zombie 2011/03/27 04:14:15
    Grammar-Zombie
    I found Chuck Norris and Mr. T in my currency note. =)
  • desi-cakes 2011/03/27 00:26:42
    desi-cakes
    I know someone who does know money tricks and i can learn from them
  • Açorda 2011/03/26 20:28:38 (edited)
    Açorda
    Troll... I'd be much more interested in videos of the Freemason symbols behind the bill
  • sunnierocker 2011/03/26 18:09:16
    sunnierocker
    +1
    mmmmmmm i LOVE Chuck norris
  • *~Chris~* 2011/03/26 04:35:10
    *~Chris~*
    +1
    Yes, I know a few, like how to find the twin towers.
  • Ashley 2011/03/26 04:10:39
    Ashley
    +1
    Yeah... I know how to make the twin towers but I dont know any others.
  • Miki Chan 2011/03/26 02:46:04
    Miki Chan
    +1
    OMG that is soo cool now if only thtat was canadian money.....
  • Band Geek :) 2011/03/26 02:34:10
    Band Geek :)
    +1
    yes i did my teacher showed me how in the 7th grade
  • Mr.Hoodz the Truth Troll 2011/03/25 21:49:29 (edited)
    Mr.Hoodz the Truth Troll
    +1
    Federal Reserve notes I call them dirty currency.
  • birdman 2011/03/25 21:38:12
    birdman
    +1
    I never gave it a thought. It goes through my fingers too fast!!
  • FireSnow 2011/03/25 21:24:26
    FireSnow
    +1
    Noo I know origami but I dont do much with folding money.
  • gidianedwards97 2011/03/25 19:53:00
    gidianedwards97
    +1
    no never needed to.
  • Nat Turner 2011/03/25 19:45:06
    Nat Turner
    +1
    No! But I know how to spend it!
  • SebaTheSociallyAwkwardPenguin 2011/03/25 19:33:39
    SebaTheSociallyAwkwardPenguin
    +1
    im guessing this is a joke right?
  • Dark De... SebaThe... 2011/03/25 20:15:12
    Dark Demonic™ ★ The Original SodaHead Guru ★
    +1
    Maybe. :o)
  • SebaThe... Dark De... 2011/03/25 20:36:50
    SebaTheSociallyAwkwardPenguin
    +1
    :P XDDD did you try it?
  • Dark De... SebaThe... 2011/03/25 20:59:47
    Dark Demonic™ ★ The Original SodaHead Guru ★
    +1
    I'm in the UK, we have different money and although I do keep a lucky Dollar Bill in my wallet, I don't want to fold it. :o)
  • SebaThe... Dark De... 2011/03/25 21:18:31
    SebaTheSociallyAwkwardPenguin
    +1
    lol haha true:P
  • DaringDestiny 2011/03/25 19:12:51
  • Relay 2011/03/25 19:03:45
    Relay
    +2
    its like they tried to tell a hidden story of the countries hirtory.. that so cool!
  • Gloria 2011/03/25 18:17:56
    Gloria
    +1
    Fold it lengthwise, cross it over the middle finger, ask who wants a dance. You always find an hidden image!
  • shadow76 2011/03/25 17:25:14
  • misterz 2011/03/25 16:19:51
    misterz
    +1
    A friend did it with this Canadian dollar.
  • -xoxo ♥ 2011/03/25 16:17:05
    -xoxo ♥
    +1
    nawww... i wish
  • ITALIAN CLICKER 2011/03/25 15:37:36
    ITALIAN CLICKER
    +1
    LOOK NO FURTHER-SEE SITE BELOW
    http://members.cox.net/cranda...
    AND THIS ON - IS REALLY GOOD
    http://www.origami-resource-c...
    Money Origami

    Folding paper money (or "money origami") is my one true creative output. My best original designs include spiders, eyeglasses, sailboats, and framed portraits. I got started in high school when I learned how to make a ring out of a dollar bill. I generally make these items to leave as tips. A friend of mine keeps telling me "You should write a book...you could make a lot of money." My slogan is: "Everyone is good at something. Me, I'm good at spending money."

    As I get time, I'll enter in the steps for creating a few of them:

    Boots Bow Tie Butterfly Eyeglasses

    Fan Gift Box Picture Frame Ring

    Sailboat Serpent

    Shirt Spider Valentine Xmas
    Tree

    Well, this has evolved a bit. I started with a lousy B&W; flatbed scanner, moved to a nice color flatbed, and now I've got access to a color digital camera. That's why these things look so different. When I get some time, I'll probably go back and fix up some of the older pages to be smaller and look nicer, but for now I'm still just adding newer ones.

    -----------------------------...

    Money/Dollar Bill Origami Links:

    Show Me the Moneygami has some really gorgeous "moneygami". The only shame is that...






















    LOOK NO FURTHER-SEE SITE BELOW
    http://members.cox.net/cranda...
    AND THIS ON - IS REALLY GOOD
    http://www.origami-resource-c...
    Money Origami

    Folding paper money (or "money origami") is my one true creative output. My best original designs include spiders, eyeglasses, sailboats, and framed portraits. I got started in high school when I learned how to make a ring out of a dollar bill. I generally make these items to leave as tips. A friend of mine keeps telling me "You should write a book...you could make a lot of money." My slogan is: "Everyone is good at something. Me, I'm good at spending money."

    As I get time, I'll enter in the steps for creating a few of them:

    Boots Bow Tie Butterfly Eyeglasses

    Fan Gift Box Picture Frame Ring

    Sailboat Serpent

    Shirt Spider Valentine Xmas
    Tree

    Well, this has evolved a bit. I started with a lousy B&W; flatbed scanner, moved to a nice color flatbed, and now I've got access to a color digital camera. That's why these things look so different. When I get some time, I'll probably go back and fix up some of the older pages to be smaller and look nicer, but for now I'm still just adding newer ones.

    -----------------------------...

    Money/Dollar Bill Origami Links:

    Show Me the Moneygami has some really gorgeous "moneygami". The only shame is that I haven't seen any instructions or links for instructions for any of the work collected here.

    Joseph Wu's Origami Page has alot of information about origami in general, including information on books, organizations, etc. There is only a limited amount of dollar bill origami, but so much material information, there is much that could be adapted. Most of the instructions are in PDF format, with a few in JPEG or GIF format.

    Dollar Bill Origami by Bob Nienhuis - this page has some original designs (butterfly, pig, rhino, catapult, Christmas tree), and some some other "classics" (peacock, elephant, Star of David). There are instructions for creating the catapult in streaming video format.

    Sy's Paper Folding Page has a lot of designs, most are traditional (square paper), but a few are dollar bill based. There are some pretty wicked designs on his page. Unfortunately there are not instructions for many of them yet, but maybe if you email Sy he'll be inspired to put more of them on the web.

    This one is pretty strange, but if you need a way out, the Dollar Bill Door may be just what you need.

    What can I say? Check Love 22

    Money/Dollar Bill Origami Book Links:

    Origami Books for the Advanced Beginner has four different books that you can order for folding dollar bills. (Part of Kim's Crane Origami Supplies and Crafts site.)

    Fascinating-Folds - Dollar Bill Folds lists eight books on folding dollar bills. (Part of the Fascinating Folds origami site.)

    Origami Books has one book that doesn't appear to be listed at other sites: Money Folding (Origami Favorites Series). (Part of the Origami.net site.)

    I'VE TRIED A COUPLE, BUT I GUESS I JUST DON'T HAVE THE KNACK--
    HAVE FUN!
    IC
    (less)
    (more)
  • Topdog 2011/03/25 15:30:59
    Topdog
    +1
    Honestly i do not know how. wish i could
    Add me ppls
  • Diamond Girl 2011/03/25 15:00:16
  • ITALIAN... Diamond... 2011/03/25 15:36:29
    ITALIAN CLICKER
    +2
    LOOK NO FURTHER-SEE SITE BELOW
    http://members.cox.net/cranda...
    AND THIS ON - IS REALLY GOOD
    http://www.origami-resource-c...
    Money Origami

    Folding paper money (or "money origami") is my one true creative output. My best original designs include spiders, eyeglasses, sailboats, and framed portraits. I got started in high school when I learned how to make a ring out of a dollar bill. I generally make these items to leave as tips. A friend of mine keeps telling me "You should write a book...you could make a lot of money." My slogan is: "Everyone is good at something. Me, I'm good at spending money."

    As I get time, I'll enter in the steps for creating a few of them:

    Boots Bow Tie Butterfly Eyeglasses

    Fan Gift Box Picture Frame Ring

    Sailboat Serpent

    Shirt Spider Valentine Xmas
    Tree

    Well, this has evolved a bit. I started with a lousy B&W; flatbed scanner, moved to a nice color flatbed, and now I've got access to a color digital camera. That's why these things look so different. When I get some time, I'll probably go back and fix up some of the older pages to be smaller and look nicer, but for now I'm still just adding newer ones.

    -----------------------------...

    Money/Dollar Bill Origami Links:

    Show Me the Moneygami has some really gorgeous "moneygami". The only shame is that I haven't seen any in...






















    LOOK NO FURTHER-SEE SITE BELOW
    http://members.cox.net/cranda...
    AND THIS ON - IS REALLY GOOD
    http://www.origami-resource-c...
    Money Origami

    Folding paper money (or "money origami") is my one true creative output. My best original designs include spiders, eyeglasses, sailboats, and framed portraits. I got started in high school when I learned how to make a ring out of a dollar bill. I generally make these items to leave as tips. A friend of mine keeps telling me "You should write a book...you could make a lot of money." My slogan is: "Everyone is good at something. Me, I'm good at spending money."

    As I get time, I'll enter in the steps for creating a few of them:

    Boots Bow Tie Butterfly Eyeglasses

    Fan Gift Box Picture Frame Ring

    Sailboat Serpent

    Shirt Spider Valentine Xmas
    Tree

    Well, this has evolved a bit. I started with a lousy B&W; flatbed scanner, moved to a nice color flatbed, and now I've got access to a color digital camera. That's why these things look so different. When I get some time, I'll probably go back and fix up some of the older pages to be smaller and look nicer, but for now I'm still just adding newer ones.

    -----------------------------...

    Money/Dollar Bill Origami Links:

    Show Me the Moneygami has some really gorgeous "moneygami". The only shame is that I haven't seen any instructions or links for instructions for any of the work collected here.

    Joseph Wu's Origami Page has alot of information about origami in general, including information on books, organizations, etc. There is only a limited amount of dollar bill origami, but so much material information, there is much that could be adapted. Most of the instructions are in PDF format, with a few in JPEG or GIF format.

    Dollar Bill Origami by Bob Nienhuis - this page has some original designs (butterfly, pig, rhino, catapult, Christmas tree), and some some other "classics" (peacock, elephant, Star of David). There are instructions for creating the catapult in streaming video format.

    Sy's Paper Folding Page has a lot of designs, most are traditional (square paper), but a few are dollar bill based. There are some pretty wicked designs on his page. Unfortunately there are not instructions for many of them yet, but maybe if you email Sy he'll be inspired to put more of them on the web.

    This one is pretty strange, but if you need a way out, the Dollar Bill Door may be just what you need.

    What can I say? Check Love 22

    Money/Dollar Bill Origami Book Links:

    Origami Books for the Advanced Beginner has four different books that you can order for folding dollar bills. (Part of Kim's Crane Origami Supplies and Crafts site.)

    Fascinating-Folds - Dollar Bill Folds lists eight books on folding dollar bills. (Part of the Fascinating Folds origami site.)

    Origami Books has one book that doesn't appear to be listed at other sites: Money Folding (Origami Favorites Series). (Part of the Origami.net site.)

    I'VE TRIED A COUPLE, BUT I GUESS I JUST DON'T HAVE THE KNACK--
    HAVE FUN!
    IC
    (less)
    (more)
  • Diamond... ITALIAN... 2011/03/25 15:37:36
  • ITALIAN... Diamond... 2011/03/25 15:38:52
    ITALIAN CLICKER
    +2
    YOU RE WELCOME
    ENJOY!
  • ImageBandit ~ American Patriot 2011/03/25 14:57:43
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    +2
    thats funny the only thing I see when I fold a $20 bill is the hand of an indian gas station attendant outstretched to take it for the inadequate amount of gas I just put in my japanese car
  • ITALIAN... ImageBa... 2011/03/25 15:36:17
    ITALIAN CLICKER
    +2
    LOOK NO FURTHER-SEE SITE BELOW
    http://members.cox.net/cranda...
    AND THIS ON - IS REALLY GOOD
    http://www.origami-resource-c...
    Money Origami

    Folding paper money (or "money origami") is my one true creative output. My best original designs include spiders, eyeglasses, sailboats, and framed portraits. I got started in high school when I learned how to make a ring out of a dollar bill. I generally make these items to leave as tips. A friend of mine keeps telling me "You should write a book...you could make a lot of money." My slogan is: "Everyone is good at something. Me, I'm good at spending money."

    As I get time, I'll enter in the steps for creating a few of them:

    Boots Bow Tie Butterfly Eyeglasses

    Fan Gift Box Picture Frame Ring

    Sailboat Serpent

    Shirt Spider Valentine Xmas
    Tree

    Well, this has evolved a bit. I started with a lousy B&W; flatbed scanner, moved to a nice color flatbed, and now I've got access to a color digital camera. That's why these things look so different. When I get some time, I'll probably go back and fix up some of the older pages to be smaller and look nicer, but for now I'm still just adding newer ones.

    -----------------------------...

    Money/Dollar Bill Origami Links:

    Show Me the Moneygami has some really gorgeous "moneygami". The only shame is that I haven't seen any in...






















    LOOK NO FURTHER-SEE SITE BELOW
    http://members.cox.net/cranda...
    AND THIS ON - IS REALLY GOOD
    http://www.origami-resource-c...
    Money Origami

    Folding paper money (or "money origami") is my one true creative output. My best original designs include spiders, eyeglasses, sailboats, and framed portraits. I got started in high school when I learned how to make a ring out of a dollar bill. I generally make these items to leave as tips. A friend of mine keeps telling me "You should write a book...you could make a lot of money." My slogan is: "Everyone is good at something. Me, I'm good at spending money."

    As I get time, I'll enter in the steps for creating a few of them:

    Boots Bow Tie Butterfly Eyeglasses

    Fan Gift Box Picture Frame Ring

    Sailboat Serpent

    Shirt Spider Valentine Xmas
    Tree

    Well, this has evolved a bit. I started with a lousy B&W; flatbed scanner, moved to a nice color flatbed, and now I've got access to a color digital camera. That's why these things look so different. When I get some time, I'll probably go back and fix up some of the older pages to be smaller and look nicer, but for now I'm still just adding newer ones.

    -----------------------------...

    Money/Dollar Bill Origami Links:

    Show Me the Moneygami has some really gorgeous "moneygami". The only shame is that I haven't seen any instructions or links for instructions for any of the work collected here.

    Joseph Wu's Origami Page has alot of information about origami in general, including information on books, organizations, etc. There is only a limited amount of dollar bill origami, but so much material information, there is much that could be adapted. Most of the instructions are in PDF format, with a few in JPEG or GIF format.

    Dollar Bill Origami by Bob Nienhuis - this page has some original designs (butterfly, pig, rhino, catapult, Christmas tree), and some some other "classics" (peacock, elephant, Star of David). There are instructions for creating the catapult in streaming video format.

    Sy's Paper Folding Page has a lot of designs, most are traditional (square paper), but a few are dollar bill based. There are some pretty wicked designs on his page. Unfortunately there are not instructions for many of them yet, but maybe if you email Sy he'll be inspired to put more of them on the web.

    This one is pretty strange, but if you need a way out, the Dollar Bill Door may be just what you need.

    What can I say? Check Love 22

    Money/Dollar Bill Origami Book Links:

    Origami Books for the Advanced Beginner has four different books that you can order for folding dollar bills. (Part of Kim's Crane Origami Supplies and Crafts site.)

    Fascinating-Folds - Dollar Bill Folds lists eight books on folding dollar bills. (Part of the Fascinating Folds origami site.)

    Origami Books has one book that doesn't appear to be listed at other sites: Money Folding (Origami Favorites Series). (Part of the Origami.net site.)

    I'VE TRIED A COUPLE, BUT I GUESS I JUST DON'T HAVE THE KNACK--
    HAVE FUN!
    IC
    (less)
    (more)
  • ImageBa... ITALIAN... 2011/03/25 18:55:16
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    +2
    thanks
  • ITALIAN... ImageBa... 2011/03/25 15:36:59
    ITALIAN CLICKER
    +2
    HOW TRUE!

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