Book Review: Dollar Bill Animals in Origami

Dollar Bill Animals in Origami is a book showing you how to make all sorts of different animals using origami done with dollar bills! These would make awesome gifts or fun conversation starters to have around the house.  Some of the animals I would love to try to make are the seahorse, owl, turtle, unicorn or triceratops!  The skill level is noted by *simple, **intermediate and ***complex.  There are symbols that show you how to fold each step and step by step instructions to help you make these awesome animals.

I received a free e-copy of this book from netgalley in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

 

About the Book

John Montroll has consistently expanded the limits of the ancient art of paper folding. Now in this exciting volume of more than 30 original models, the world-renowned origami master departs from the traditional square form and crafts each creation from an ordinary dollar bill.
Using the familiar rectangular shape as a base, Dollar Bill Animals in Origami offers easy-to-follow diagrams for folders at every level of expertise, from beginner to expert. You may use actual dollar bills or any paper cut to the same proportions to create a stunning display of animals of land, air, and sea: giraffe, unicorn, dinosaur, parrot, owl, shark, and many others. Also included are pictures of each completed project and instructions for basic folds. With this innovative book an exciting journey in origami art is as close as the nearest dollar.

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