How to Make a Rose Gift

Giving someone a bouquet is so common that it is now boring. For that “someone special” in your life, gift a unique bouquet of money roses or forever roses. Of course, we will be using paper money which the receiver will surely want to take apart. So, let us have a look at the technique which will make your loved one feel like a million dollars!


  • tape with a floral design
  • floral wire
  • some dollar bills, as much as you want to spend
  • silken leaves


  • Take the money that you are prepared to spare for the bouquet and for each money note, fold it along the middle line to get creases. The denomination of the note can be according to your liking. Now, you can unfold the bill and bring around the edges so that it resembles a flower. This can be done by curling the bill to each edge.
  • The floral wire that we will use should at least be around 24 inches in length. Bring the wire around the bill, wrapping it and closing the edges of the bill inwards. This way the bill can be in the middle to resemble a rose.
  • Now, we have to fold the edges of the bill so that it starts resembling a cup. This has to be done at least 2-3 times for each and every rose. Each cup has to be placed inside the previous note, so that we have around 3 bills together with six wires coming down. To get the final look of the rose, we just have to fold the cup sections.
  • The six threads that are hanging down should be tightened by rotation so that they appear as one thick wire. Now, we can use the floral tape to wrap around the bunch of wires so that it resembles the stem.
  • Repeat the above steps for as many roses as you want for your unique bouquet.

Filed Under: Family & Relationships


About the Author: Roberta Southworth is a psychiatrist by profession. She likes to help out people by writing informative tips on how people can to solve their family and relationship issues. She is currently staying in Ireland. She has 5 years of couple counseling experience.

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