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Father’s Day Gift Guide – Money Tie

Father’s Day Gift Guide – Money Tie

Name of the Product  Foldin’ Money Money Tie

Price of Product $4.95

Where it can be purchased Foldin’ Money Website


The Design Kit comes with instructions and templates to fold cash into a shape such as a heart, cake, star and more. These kits are a fun, fast and easy way to make your mom a unique, personal and spendable gift. For only $4.95 the Tie Design Kit will help you to create a great gift for any dad on Father’s Day. This design takes four bills of any denomination U.S. or Canadian currency. For example, you could use four $20′s and make the gift worth $80. Then add more fun to the design by decorating it with some stickers and other scrapbooking materials you may have to personalize the design just for your Dad.

Foldin’ Money gifts have many great features such as: they fit in a greeting card, ship flat, and are 100% recyclable. Also there are no size, color or style issues. Your dad gets the added bonus of taking the design apart and spending the cash however he wants!

So as you think about Father’s Day remember your dad has enough stuff it’s time for a change, show him you care with cash


What a great creative gift.  It’s so much better than a card :)   Give your Dad cash!  I couldn’t wait to try it out. And I am sooooo not a creative person.  So I can do these designs and you can too.  Allow the kids to use the designs to make Dad a tie that he will really want.  He may not want unfold it at all because its so cute but eventually he may :)  

I received a sample of this product to review at no charge but my opinions are not influenced in any way by this fact. They are my own.

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