After being able to do all the money surprises (money cake, money umbrella and money boquet), I thought that will be the last money project I can make. Then here comes my sister in-law asking me to make a money sash for her younger brother's wedding.
Money dance is a part of our wedding tradition where the couple dances in the middle of the guests and the guests will pin any amount of money to the couple's dress. So, that's where she's going to make use of the money sash. That way she will putting her money gift all at once.
1 roll (2 - 3 inches wide) ribbon
10-20 pieces paper bills
double sided tape
pen or marker
Cut out (2) 1 1/2 meter long ribbon.
Stick the ribbons together using a double sided tape or hot glue, to make it wider.
Cut short strips of ribbon and pleat them to make ruffles on boths sides. Secure this with double sided tapes or hot glue whichever you find comfortable and easy to use.
Insert paper bills in plastic wrappers. Secure both ends with transparent tapes.
Stick them one by one in the middle of the ribbon. Use double sided tape since it gives you a neat finish than the transparent tapes.
Attach both ends using hot glue. Set aside.
If there are extra bills, fold them like a cone. Secure with tape.
Take a cardstock and cut a circle.
Glue the cone bills around it. Then glue it into the sash.
Cut another circle and write the label. Since my project will be used in a wedding, I made one for each bride and groom. Due to lack of materials, I only used black pen to write the labels.
Stick the label in the center of the money circle.
Now it's ready.
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