Giving money, it always comes in handy if you forgot to get a gift on time. But you might think that it’s not exactly the most exciting of gifts. If you feel that way, then stay tuned to find out a few ways you can make money a not-too-boring gift.
Pop that Balloon
This trick definitely checks both the fun and creative off the box. Just roll the money and put them inside, along with some confetti. Then you can ask the target of your gift to pop the balloons. And before they know its money will be falling everywhere.
Have you seen my notebook?
This one is for the bookworms and the writers. Try and compile the money you intend to give in the form of a neat notebook. Wrap and pretty it up. Only when the notebook is opened will then person know what the gift is. So if you want to surprise someone, this is for you.
This one might seem a little, but there is a reason the trick is so commonly used. Just fold the money up into any kind of origami, you can go the classic way and fold a crane or try to be a bit more daring and create a dragon.
Your fortune says wealth!
Building on the idea of origami money; you can fold the money into the shape of a fortune cookie. Go up to the person in question and tell them you predict wealth in their future before presenting your gift.
Let’s bloom some cash!
Another way to give cash as a gift that might be a little too cheesy for some. Make money into a rose or a bouquet of flowers. You can give the money flowers to your loved one after a walk in the park, a romantic dinner or even after a day of lazing around.
Money in a matchbox!
This is sure to be a huge surprise, and the best part is you do not even have to put too much effort into this. Just hid notes of the cash in random matchboxes and hide them all over the house. And every now and then when they come across the boxes, there will be a little surprise waiting for them inside.
Food for the wallet
It is as simple as rolling the notes of cash into shapes of French fries. Get an empty box of French fries and put your money fries into it. You can present it to the person of interest whenever their wallet is growing ‘hungry’.
It’s raining money!
All you need for this one is an umbrella and a bit of string. Attach one end of the string to the money and the other end to the inside of the umbrella. Hide the money in the umbrella, so whenever it is opened, it will start raising money. Now all you need to do is learn the rain dance.
When all else fails!
If all these ideas still do not interest you, you can always just transfer money directly into the personal account; and then act you do not know where the money came from. Sites like Ria Money Transfer can be extremely helpful. You can go on playing this game of innocence for a while before coming out with the truth.
Giving money might seem like one of those boring gifts that only people with no creativity do, but if you think hard enough, you can always find a way to make this boring old gift fun.