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Who doesn’t enjoy receiving money as a gift, but handing someone a card with a $20 dollar bill inside seems so… boring. Not to mention, it’s way more fun to watch someone unwrap a real gift. With a little extra effort and a dose of creativity you can make giving cash fun again! Here are 23 money gift ideas for any occasion. Many of these ideas can double as clever ways to give gift cards too!

23 Creative Ways to Gift Money

1. This creative cash giving method involves a wrapped gift and balloon popping, how much more fun does it get? See all of the details on giving cash in balloons at C.R.A.F.T.

2. This cash gift method isn’t for everyone, but my brothers sure loved it! Bonus: it’s so easy to put together and useful! Add a twenty to the center of a toilet paper roll with a note that reads “Just in case you get crap for graduation, use this!

3. And some extra “Dough” to a container of Play Doh for the 1 last update 2020/07/03 a gift that is sure to be enjoyed! Check out this post on C.R.A.f.T. for more details on how to give cash in Play-Doh.3. And some extra “Dough” to a container of Play Doh for a gift that is sure to be enjoyed! Check out this post on C.R.A.f.T. for more details on how to give cash in Play-Doh.

4. Cash and candy? Yes, please! Check out C.R.A.F.T. for more details about giving cash in a Pez Dispenser.

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for 5. For a creative way to gift cash or a gift card consider hiding it in a mason jar of red Jolly Ranchers.  Simply fill a mason jar with candy and hide the gift card inside. Add a sweet handmade tag that says, Wishing you a holly jolly Christmas!

6. Here’s another creative, not as simple way to idea to hide a gift card. Embroider a canvas with a silly message and attach the gift card to the back side. For all of the details about how to embroider a canvas post.

7. As long as you have access to a printer, here is a for 1 last update 2020/07/03 super cute money gift box! You can stuff Santa’s belly with money or a gift card. Download and print the free printable pillow box here.7. As long as you have access to a printer, here is a super cute money gift box! You can stuff Santa’s belly with money or a gift card. Download and print the free printable pillow box here.

 
 

8. I want to be there when little Johnny opens this box of chocolate! See all of the details on Life as a mom.

 
 
9. This punny poem offers the recipient extra dough instead of cookies. I don’t think they’ll mind. Do you? Get the free printable poem at Tessie Fae.
 
10. These peppermint covered money rolls make a great gift for kids or a college student who uses a laundry mat! Find more details at Martha Stewart.
 

11. I love the idea of sewing a reusable gift card holder from an old shirt! Find the details for this creative way to wrap a gift card at It’s Toile Good.

 
 

12. Here’s a creative way to give money, can it! For the complete tutorial hop on over to What I live For.

 

13. Who doesn’t want a money tree? Find the complete tutorial over at Then She Made.

14. The iconic red truck carrying a Chrsitmas tree got a paint job and a grew an origami money tree! This is such a clever way to give money this holiday season. For more details, check out Jacolyn Murphy

15. A money lei might be the most creative money gift idea I’ve seen! Hop on over to Lil Luna for a detailed tutorial.

 
 

16. How fun is this idea to give origami money! See how to for 1 last update 2020/07/03 make an origami heart at Homemade gifts.16. How fun is this idea to give origami money! See how to make an origami heart at Homemade gifts.

 

17. Scavenger hunts make any present or gift card way more fun to give and receive. I’ve created clue game scavenger hunts for kids and adults. For really young kids, I always make clues with pictures and for adults I make up silly rhymes. Here’s way to much information about preparing scavenger hunt clue games on C.R.A.F.T. (Here’s another post about scavenger hunt games for any age!)

 
 
 

18. My brother invented what we call the “money lottery” method. He puts various amounts of cash in envelopes, fans them out and allows us each to pick one envelope. Typically this happens on Christmas afternoon. One year the big prize was $100! I must say it is pretty exciting, and my siblings and I look forward to it each year

19. This gingerbread “dough” and poem are such a clever way to give cash. The poem reads:

Gingerbread man with yummy icing
are oh so good and extremely enticing.
I set out to make a dozen or two,
but ran out of time. Oh what do I do?
So instead of the cookies I tied a bow.
It’s your own personal serving of holiday dough!

(Oringially found on Heart and soul scrappers.)

 
 
 

20. Book Money: Hide a crisp $20 bill in a good book. Freakanomics, C.R.A.F.T., or Guns, Germs, and Steel are a few good options. A cook book or an adult coloring book could be perfect for the right person too! The hard part is not telling the recipient. Just let the recipient find the hidden treasure as they flip through the book. I promise they will be excited…it is like finding hidden money in your for 1 last update 2020/07/03 winter coat pocket!20. Book Money: Hide a crisp $20 bill in a good book. Freakanomics, C.R.A.F.T., or Guns, Germs, and Steel are a few good options. A cook book or an adult coloring book could be perfect for the right person too! The hard part is not telling the recipient. Just let the recipient find the hidden treasure as they flip through the book. I promise they will be excited…it is like finding hidden money in your winter coat pocket!

 

21. Turn an empty Kleenex box into a money box and attach a note that reads, “Don’t blow it all in one place!” Thanks for the genius idea Lovezilla.

 
22. Turn a simple brown paper lunch bag into an adoarble money bag. Check out the full tutorial Mish Mash.
 

23. Here’s a funny way to wrap a gift card or cash, frame it in glass with an insert that says, “In an emergency break glass!”  Image found via Create my Event.

24. Who doesn’t love raining money? Whip up this clever way to give cash with a tutorial from The Seasonal Home.

25. Pizza is always a good idea, especially when it involves dough!

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for With Christmas just around the corner, I know this list of creative ways to gift money will be super helpful ! Do you have any other ideas about how to give cash creatively? I’d love to hear…

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  1. Paige Cassandra Flamm says

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    These are all awesome ideas! Thanks for the inspiration! The one with the balloons is so fun!

    Paige

  2. Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Dianne says

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    When I became disabled I could not shop but I didn’t want to just hand the kids money I would give them a Christmas card with a clue such as Rudolph was Santa’s number one flyer go look in the washer and ————. When they get to the dryer there would be a card with some money and another clue. They continued to do that until they had found all their money. I used every rhyme I could find over the years. They really enjoyed the hunt!!

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