Money Origami

by Sherwood Clay Randall, Jr.
In the late nineties on a homepage now long defunct, a man called Sherwood Clay Randall, Jr published these dollar bill origami diagrammes. When I came across them way back when, I cached Clay's entire website on my PC for offline viewing, and as I cannot bear he thought of these diagrammes being lost to time, I reproduce them here, for your enjoyment and instruction.
All of this stuff is posted here without Clay's knowledge or consent. I have unsuccessfully tried to contact him - if you know him or are him, please shoot me an email. All the words from here on out are Clay's, although some reformatting has taken place.
Folding paper money (or "money origami") is my one true creative output. My best original designs include spiders, eyeglasses, sailboats, and framed portraits. I got started in high school when I learned how to make a ring out of a dollar bill. I generally make these items to leave as tips. A friend of mine keeps telling me "You should write a could make a lot of money." My slogan is: "Everyone is good at something. Me, I'm good at spending money."

As I get time, I'll enter in the steps for creating a few of them:

thumbnail for the boots
thumbnail for the bowtie
Bow Tie
thumbnail for the butterfly
thumbnail for the eyeglasses
thumbnail for the fan
thumbnail for the gift box
Gift Box
thumbnail for the picture frame
Picture Frame
thumbnail for the ring
thumbnail for the sailboat
thumbnail for the serpent
thumbnail for the shirt
thumbnail for the spider
thumbnail for the valentine
thumbnail for the Xmas tree
Well, this has evolved a bit. I started with a lousy B&W flatbed scanner, moved to a nice color flatbed, and now I've got access to a color digital camera. That's why these things look so different. When I get some time, I'll probably go back and fix up some of the older pages to be smaller and look nicer, but for now I'm still just adding newer ones.