Making a Money Tree

I have a friend who is to retire soon and we are planning her a party and would like any ideals as how to make a money tree for her. This should not a very large tree since we will have to carry it to the party. Any ideals would be appreciated.




Plaster of Paris Base

I have made money trees by puting a branch from the yard into plaster of paris in a pot (flower pot) and letting it set till the branch is firmly upright. I spray painted both the branch and pot (color of choice). I always get new bills as they are crisp and hold a fold well/ I fan fold them lengthwise with very narrow folds, wrap the center with fine craft wire and attach to the branch. pull the ends of the bills open to form the fan shape, add any ribbons or other embelishments you want, some shredded mylar around the base, enjoy. Money can also be folded and made into roses for a different presentation. (08/15/2005)

By Donna

Large Branches

You don't want a "tree" - you need to use a large branch w/many little branches that has been turned on its end into a vase or pot. Choose a branch that when placed on its cut end has a tree shape to it. Some folks use dogwood branches or similar type tree that has multiple branches. You could spray paint it gold to give it a special "rich" effect!! (08/15/2005)


By Brenda


You take an approximately 24 inch branch containing many little branches, rinse off any bugs or dirt lingering on the branch. When dry, it can be spray painted or you can dust glitter over glued branches. Stand it up, inverted, in an attractive pot or vase containing colored rocks. Tape short pieces of ribbons onto the branches. Twist the bill once in the center to form a ribbon and tape onto the end of the ribbon. (06/30/2006)

By Maryd

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