Origami Instructions: How to Fold a Dollar Bill to Make a Finger Ring

Looking for an easier way to impress people with your money? Try folding your dollar bill into a finger ring. This ring will put the number facing out as the "gem" and stay together on its own. Any US-denomination bill will work, but if you have a choice, try to find a crisp, new bill rather than an older one.

1. Place the bill on the table, face up.

2. Fold the top end down so that the fold falls just under the white edge. This covers the white edge and makes the finished ring a bit slimmer. Note that the front margins are different from the back margins.

3. Fold the bottom end up about the same amount, to cover the white edge. The exact width for these two folds isn't critical, but try to keep them parallel with the edges of the bill.

4. Fold the bill in half lengthwise, bringing the two edges you created together.

5. Fold the bill in half lengthwise again.

6. Check your folds. They should look like this if you open up the end.

7. Note that one of the small numbers should be facing out. Place it so that it's on your left, as shown.

8. Fold the right end of the bill upwards [over itself] on a diagonal to form a 90-degree angle, about one-third of the total length. The placement of this fold can be adjusted to make the ring larger or smaller.

9. Fold this new tab straight down behind the bill.

10. Turn the folded bill over, so that it is oriented as shown.

11. Take the long end sticking out to the right and curl it in a loop around the back. Pass the free end under the tab that sticks down.

12. Take the short part of the bill that's sticking out behind the tab, fold it across, over the angled fold on the outside of the ring. Arrange the number so it's on the outside, then tuck the end underneath. This is the "stone" or "top" part of the Make a Cluster Ring.

13. Fold the loose end that's still sticking down under and tuck it in, under the "stone".

14. Admire your good work.

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