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Dollar Bill Origami Cross: Easy 10 Step Fold

Learn to make a money origami cross from a dollar bill in just a few minutes with this simple folding guide.

This easy dollar bill cross will make an awesome and thoughtful gift for a friend!

Let's start folding!

You may also like this other money origami guide:

Let's start on the front side of a crisp one-dollar bill.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 1

STEP 1: Fold the bill in half lengthwise from the bottom to top.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 2

You can crease the fold and then unfold the dollar bill again.

STEP 2: Fold both the top and bottom lengthwise to meet the middle crease.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 3

STEP 3: Make the same folds again to meet the middle once more.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 4

STEP 4: Fold the right part underneath the left as shown.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 5

You can use the design on the bill as a guide.

The fold will put a little space between the edge and the "t" in "TRUST".

STEP 5: Fold the bottom flap under itself and crease.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 6

You can make the fold around the start of the word "TRUST."

STEP 6: Fold the bill in half lengthwise keeping the words out.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 7

You can basically just pinch it in half as shown.

STEP 7: Fold the right part down and align.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 8

It doesn't have to be perfect, just align as best as you can.

If you keep messing with it, it will slowly bend to where you want.

STEP 8: Fold the left part underneath itself and fold symmetrically.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 9

You can use the design edge to make the fold as shown.

STEP 9: Fold this new part on the right upward to align.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 10

This may be the hardest part as everything might not align perfectly.

Just keep working bill till it looks as straight as it's gonna get.

STEP 10: Simply tuck the tip down into the middle layers of the cross.

Dollar Bill Origami Cross 11

It may take some more work to get it straight, but now you have your own money cross!

Check out these other awesome money origami guides:

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