How to turn $100 bills into real estate property books.
You may have heard of the $100 note, and it’s probably one of the most popular pieces of real estate in the world.
It’s also one of those rare real estate pieces that actually is actually worth a ton of money.
The $100, which was first introduced in 1971, has gone on to become a fixture in American culture and has been around since before the invention of the phone.
The $100 was introduced in the US as a way to help with emergencies, but the US Treasury now considers the $1,000 note a legitimate currency.
The U.S. Mint has also used the $10,000 and $20,000 bills as real estate items, but those bills are not officially considered real estate at this time.
While there are real estate articles on this site, we wanted to share a simple way to make one of these $100 notes into a real estate piece of real history.
It took us some time to figure out exactly how to make the $200,000, but we think you’ll agree that it’s a great project.
Let’s get started.
Step one: You need to make a copy of the original $100.
You can either print it out or cut it up and use it as a book.
If you print it, the $20 bills are already included.
If not, you can either cut it into smaller pieces or cut them out of a piece of paper.
It really depends on the size of the piece you’re working with, but you can usually cut it out into about six inches or less.
If you cut it to a smaller size, the bills won’t fit.
Step two: Cut out the $3 bills.
You need a 4-inch piece of cardboard or a piece that is 6-inches by 4-inches.
You also need to cut out a section of the paper.
This will help the paper hold the paper as you cut out the bills.
This section of paper is where you’ll also cut out what you want to make into the $500 bill.
Step three: Cut a 1-inch section out of the cardboard or paper.
You’ll want to cut it a little larger than the paper you’re cutting it out of.
Step four: Cut the section out into two parts.
Step five: Cut that piece of material out of paper, cardboard, or paper you cut off.
Step six: Add your $500 bills to the end of the 3-inch strip.
Step seven: Cut an additional 1- inch section out and cut the paper to the same size as the other part of the sheet of paper you made out of cardboard.
Step eight: Fold the $5 bill to the other half of the 4- inch strip.
Step nine: Cut another section out, and fold the other sheet of cardboard into a square.
Step ten: Fold that piece into the other piece of $5 bills.
Step eleven: Cut away the excess paper from the sides of the remaining $5 pieces of cardboard, cardboard paper, and paper you folded out earlier.
Step twelve: Fold out the rest of the folded sheet of $1 bills, making sure that they all line up with the side of the note that you’re making a copy.
Step thirteen: Fold in a section for each of the other $1 bill pieces, leaving 1- 1/4 inches of the end cut out.
Step fourteen: Cut off the end, leaving a 5-inch long strip of paper and cardboard.
Step fifteen: Cut those strips to a size that will fit the $50 bills.
Step sixteen: Cut some of the additional $5 notes out of this piece of money, leaving an extra 2-inches of paper cut out for the actual $50 bill.
If the bills don’t fit into your budget, this section will look like a $1 coin.
Step seventeen: Cut them out and fold them in to a square to make $500.
Step eighteen: Fold your $1 and $2 bills out to the left and right sides, leaving 3- 1 /2 inches of extra paper to make room for the remaining notes.
Step 19: Cut two more sections out of $4 bills.
They’re going to be the most difficult parts of this whole process, so you’ll need to keep an eye on the money so that you don’t make mistakes.
Step 20: Fold them into a 4×6 sheet of cardstock or cardboard.
The cards are going to line up perfectly with the sides and the bills are going and going.
You don’t have to worry about the edges of the cards touching the bills, as the paper will hold them up and protect them.
Step 21: Fold this sheet of money into a 3×3 inch rectangle.
This is going to give you space for the $25 bill and the $30 bill.
You could use this to hold your $100 or $100/$20