Saturday, August 13, 2011

Foldin' Money

One question that is often asked is “How did the Foldin’ Money story unfold?”
The craft of moneygami, or origami using real money instead of paper, was handed down from mother to daughter. It was a gift that was given to family and friends for birthdays where the design’s monetary value equaled the age of the recipient. Sue was inspired to add decorations to give each design even a more unique and personal quality.
Sue is a survivor of two strokes that left her virtually unemployable because her speech was dramatically damaged as a direct result of those strokes. At one time only her sister, Caren, could understand what Sue was trying to communicate. To read more click here


 Foldin' Money is a great idea for birthday cards, or just everyday fun created with money who doesn't love that.. I know I do & so would a lot of other people. Anyways I didn't get the chance to review this lovely tree design because my son got a hold of it & destroyed it probably thinkingt it was something of his.

So my friend had this same exact design kit similar to the tree design kit so we decided to put it together & you'll need tape & scissors & time to put it all together & it took us about 20 minutes to do everything with reading directions & cutting out the paper stuff & actually taping it all together which to me sounds it was kinda easy to be honest but I don't think this is something I would buy literally!!!

Available design kits include:
Money Cake
Money Heart
Money House
Money Shirt
Money Star
Money Tie
Money Tree

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I received this product mentioned above free of charge for the purpose of this review

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