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Money Baby Buggy (Dominik Meißner): Instructions

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Money Baby Buggy (Dominik Meißner)

Paper used in this video: 24cm by 12cm sheet of kami (9.5in by 4.75in)
Finished model: length of 12cm (4.75in), height of 5cm (2in), depth of of 5cm (2in)

Money Baby Buggy (Dominik Meißner)

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Money Baby Buggy (Dominik Meißner)

Good friends of ours are expecting their first baby. Knowing that it's hard to find just the right present (without giving something they possibly get from someone else) we figured it might be best to give them some money. So I started searching for a nice money fold - and found this one. Isn't it lovely?

It works with different currencies, as it doesn't depend on a specific aspect ratio of the starting sheet of paper. Anything somewhat close to 1 by 2 will do.

Closed Jump from One-Sheet Modules (Hans-Werner Guth)

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Closed Jump from One-Sheet Modules (Hans-Werner Guth)

Paper: 6 sheets of 7.5cm squares, Carta Varese
Model: diameter of 7cm

Six Intersecting Pentagrams (Francesco Mancini)

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Six Intersecting Pentagrams (Francesco Mancini)

Paper: 30 sheets of Carta Varese, 7.5cm by 3.75cm (3in by 1.5in)
Model: diameter of 10cm (4in)

The diagrams for this were excellently done by JC Nolan. JC was able to work on these diagrams, because his Kickstarter campaign for re-releasing "Creating Origami" has been so successful.
The campaign will run until June 4th 2012 at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1925886496/creating-origami-a-foldab...