And, it's fun for tween/teen aged kids!
Here's a super one...the shirt and tie!
Easiest to use a crisp dollar...but for practicing,
I'd cut some paper into the same size measurements:
2.61 inches by 6.14 inches
Here we go.
making a point.
this part is the trickiest...It's just an accordion fold, so don't panic.
Just lift up the flap, fold in and back...
re-smoothing the top crease.
to make your collar.
about a quarter inch away from the base of the tie.
and fold the collar part of the shirt back up by the tie...like this:
Stay with me, almost done!
Fold the money in half, so the sleeves show up by the tie the right direction...
Now your collar is upside down...
the backside will look like this:
and I think it over complicates the tie,
but you at least see the process in picture form...
Perfect for money gifts or leaving tips!
Great for younger kids or starters...
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