Home Shaped Money Bank

This is a pretty complicated project. I have so much on my mind, like buying a car and building a tiny home. Saving is my one priority in reaching these goals. Then I came up with the idea of making a house shaped like a money bank which is divided into two compartments. One is for coins and the other side for the paper bills.



  1. Cut the box into half. Secure the sides with tape.
  2. Remove this part of the other half of the box. (see photo)
  3. Cut it in half and attach in the center of the first half. This will serve as a divider. One side will have the coins and the other side will contain the paper bills.
  4. Now, cover the open space with the second half. Secure the sides with tape.
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  6. Form the top portion like a house roof.
  7. Neatly cover the whole house with wrapping paper.
  8. Now, let's go focus on the roof top. Draw a 3x3 cm square and carefully cut it out with a cutter.
  9. Remove and cut more of this size out of cardboard clippings.
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  11. Wrap with wrapping paper.
  12. Attach these squares around the sides of the square cut on the roof top to form a chimney.
  13. The top of the chimney should have a straight hole in it. This is where the coins will be inserted.
  14. Next, cut another 3x3 cm square on the other side of the roof in line with the chimney.
  15. Attach a mini roof to make it look like a small window on the roof. Leave a bigger hole for the paper bill to fit in.
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  17. The money bank is now ready. Just add some little details like door and windows.

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May 20, 20200 found this helpful

Cute, Katrine! :)

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