10 Creative Ways to Give Money as a Giftjentatertots
Looking for a cool way to offer congratulations to the graduate in your life? Cash is always welcomed. Looking for a creative way to do it? Check out these fantastic ideas, that would work for graduates and for birthdays, holidays, and more!
Cash is King! 1 of 11
Dress up your monetary gifts with these fantastic DIY ideas!
Confetti and Cash Balloon 2 of 11
Get the party started with this fun present. Simply fill a clear balloon with colorful confetti and rolls of money for a cute creative gift.
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Dollar Diplomas 3 of 11
For the cash gift perfect for your grad, dress up a plain box into a graduation cap, and fill the container with rolled dollar "diplomas."
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Printable Money Gift 4 of 11
Show your grad that their efforts have paid off with this cute printable!
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Money Box 5 of 11
What's better than getting money in your money? Nothing! Fold a bill into a box with this fantastic tutorial!
Learn more at Martha Stewart.
For a Rainy Day 6 of 11
It's raining money! Suprise your grad with this creative addition to a boring umbrella.
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Box of …Chocolates? 7 of 11
A box of chocolates is delicious, but a box of money is even better! Suprise your grad with this fun present!
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Money Lei 8 of 11
A money lei is a cute way to celebrate, and remeber graduation day!
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Balloon Bucks 9 of 11
Fill a colorful ballon with a cash or check. The grad will have to pop the balloon to get the money, eek!
Learn more at Eleven Cupcakes.
Money Booklet 10 of 11
Make a mini money booklet for the literature lover.
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Class of 2013 11 of 11
Show the love with this fun folded money, this looks cute framed or would be perfect attatched to a graduation card!
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How do you like to give money as a gift?
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