How to create a dollar bill with just one, and a few thousand, dollar bills!
If you’re interested in making your own, there are lots of resources online, but there’s a bit of a learning curve.
I’ve used several different methods to make a single dollar bill, and I’ll explain why in this tutorial.
1) Cut the paper into thin strips and roll them into coins, which will be used later in this project.
2) You’ll need some scissors or scissors with a long blade.
You can buy them at most stores for $5 or $10.
3) You can get a small flathead screwdriver or other sharp knife to cut the paper and roll it into coins.
4) The coins will be cut out with a pair of scissors and the coins will come out the other side with the scissors.5) The paper should be folded in half to make the coins.
The coin should be stuck in the paper at the bottom and you’ll then put the coins into the coins tray.6) You may want to buy some paper clips to stick the coins to the tray.
7) You should make a small coin pocket in the center of the tray to hold coins.8) You need a couple of coins, so you’ll need to make two.
The first coin will be a coin pocket.
You’ll use two coins to make that pocket.
9) Make two coin pockets and two coin stacks.
10) Cut two coins from the coin sheets.
11) Use the scissors to cut one coin sheet and two coins into thin pieces.
12) Use a small pin or nail to mark the spots for the coins in the coin pockets.
13) Put the coins back into the coin pocket and cut two more coins.14) Now, you’ll want to make four coin pockets, one of which will have a hole.
This will be for a coin stack.15) Repeat this process until you have four coin stacks!16) Repeat steps 7-12 until you’ve made three coin pockets (and four coin piles).
17) Repeat step 16 for each of the coin stacks (and coin pockets).18) The first two coin coins will end up in the first coin pocket, and then the second coin will end a coinstack.19) Repeat the process until the last coin stack has three coins in it. 20) Repeat for the third coin stack (and the fourth coin stack).
21) Repeat until you end up with six coin stacks and three coin stacks each.
22) Repeat with the fourth and final coin stack and coin stack until you get to the final coin pile.
Here’s a photo of the coins, with one coin at the top and two in the middle.
23) The last coin in the tray, a coin with a hole, has two coins in each coin pocket: 24) I used a piece of cardboard that I found in my local hardware store.
It’s a very thin piece that you can fold into an upright shape and stick coins into.
25) The two coins that you cut out will fit in the bottom of each coin stack, so they won’t fall out.
26) You’ll want some paper towels to help keep your coins clean.
27) The one coin that’s in the hole is going to be cut in half, so it won’t get lost when you make another coin.
28) You might want to place one coin on each of two coins, as a coin holder.
29) You want to cut out a coin from the bottom, so that you’ll have a coin for the first person to put coins into, as well as a third person to help carry the coins around.
30) The second coin should have a spot to put it into.
31) The next coin will have one coin in each pocket, so if you cut them out to match, you should end up having a single coin in every coin pocket!
You should now have six coins, and one coin stack for each coin.
This process will take anywhere from 5-10 minutes, depending on how thin your coins are.
It’s definitely worth the time.
You might need to double-check that the coins aren’t loose.
If you make it this far, you probably have enough coins to spend in the next few months.
I have an easy-to-follow video tutorial that will show you how to make your own dollar bills.
If you’d like to see more ways to make money, check out my Dollar Bill tutorial for a list of easy ways to earn extra money.