I don't have a cutting file today - but here's a fun gift idea . . .
We celebrated my nephew's twelfth birthday with him on Sunday. He's at the age where the only thing on his gift list is cold hard cash - which can be so boring to give (although much appreciated to receive!)
I usually try to come up with a unique way to present this type of gift just to make it a wee bit memorable. This time I tried some money origami aka money folding. **Not to be confused with money laundering!!** :)
I used crisp bills to make a tiny gift box (click for instructions by Clay Randall) - which was actually the gift - and put the card inside the little box. A Tiny Inside Out Gift! I wrote a birthday greeting on a long, thin strip of paper that I accordion folded so it kind of popped out of the box when opened.
My 19 year old nephew who has been the recipient of a few other "unique" cash gifts commented with a smile "Can't you ever just give us the money??" LOL - what fun is that?? He's had to fish his cash out of a large box of packing peanuts, had it wrapped in a ball of crepe paper and had the pleasure of unwrapping a box in a box in a box to finally find his gift.
We've got our reputation to uphold now! LOL
Wishing you a fun-filled week!
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