Tuesday, December 20, 2011

clever ideas for giving $$

$$ is always a sure bet for teens and college kids!
Here are a few creative presentations...

Dollar Bill Origami
go here for 20 cool ideas!

Last year we made our college age nieces and nephews play
'Are you Smarter than a 5th Grader?'
Correct Answers  = Cash
(determine the amount per correct answer based on the gift amount, you want the game to last awhile) 

Here's a list of questions a stay-at-home dad created.

How about a tissue box that dispenses $$
tape dollar bills together, roll up and insert in your box

Wrap a box of 500 envelopes ~ they'll find their $$ in one of them!

Make an ATM Machine or Tie


Have fun!!


Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Oh I love these ideas. I always give my grandkids money and this would be a fun way to do it. One year I did do money origami but haven't been very creative the last few years.
Thanks for the ideas.

Holly Gruszka said...

Games are always a hit - especially when they involve money I'm sure!

My Beautiful World said...

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Always Wendy

Dana Frieling said...

Fun Ideas! My mother-in-law made bows for each package out of dollar bills one year. Love your creative thinking. I bet the game was a hit!

Carly {a simple affair} said...

These are such wonderful ideas--I LOVE that you had your nieces and nephews play Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? As a "game" family, that would be right up everyone's alley.

Thanks for the inspiration!



Jennifer @ Dimples and Tangles said...

My kids would totally tear apart every envelope in that box. Love the quiz game idea also for when they are a little older. Thanks for the great ideas!

Lori @ Lori May Interiors said...

Such cute ideas, Pam! By the way, I mentioned your lanterns on the blog today. I made mine into teacher gifts!
Merry Christmas!

annie@mostlovelythings said...

Ha...this is funny...I'm pretty sure my kids do think money dispenses out of a tissue box...a never ending supply, right? I love the origami, very cute!

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