Monday, January 17, 2011

snappy dresser

So, I was going through some money I haven't used in a long time and I found these clothes...

(Origami done by a coworker's kids.)

11 comments:

Chris said...

Excellent you are quite good in orimi ;-)

mr. dave said...

slow day at the office, i see!

Rachel Grace said...

wow! Maybe "he" should work for you someday. LOL!

imac said...

Is that your Craver Laser outfit,lol.
Very neat, and looks as tho it coost a lot,lol

Gaelyn said...

Seems like it should have higher denominations. ;)

My Mom knows how to fold a dollar ring.

Craver Vii said...

I can't take credit for the is origami Chris. When my coworker gave me the gift, it was the first time I saw this pattern.

Veeeeery funny Mr. Dave. I have had this up in my cubicle since mid-December, actually.

Rachel Grace, it is about the same size as my little wind-up toy. Maybe it could be his uniform. ;-)

Two bucks! Imac, I once bought a suit (jacket & trousers) for four bucks. It was $8 at a thrift store, and stickered for half-price.

How do you like that? A Scottish-raised lassie once taught me to say "trousers" because the other word we usually use is not polite. (rhymes with ants)

Theology is big in my life, Gaelyn. Don't get me started on "denominations," or we could go on forever! (lol)

I don't believe I have ever seen a dollar ring.

George said...

Cute, but I think winter needs to end so someone can get outside more often.

Shammickite said...

Now I'm going to try and figure out how to make that... is it just one dollar bill or two?
I once bought a black velvet dress for $1 at the local charity shop, wore it to my company Christmas dance and got no end of compliments!

lime said...

bwahahaha! good line to go with the cute origami. you so witty. :)

Craver Vii said...

Har har. George, this particular coworker also brings in baked goods, so I am perfectly content to be inside right now.

If you like origami Shammy here is a good site with more moneygami. My coworker's twins learned their two-dollar pantsuit in a math class. Isn't that great to make a good find at a thrift store?

(chuckling) It took me a month to figure out what I wanted to say for that photo, Lime. It's kinda like when I stood in the park, mesmerized by the floating frisbee... how it kept getting bigger and bigger... when all of the sudden, it hit me.

donsands said...

Cool three dollar suit.

Never heard of Origami before, but it made me think of "Blade Runner". Good flick if you like Sci-fi.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRedET2Mhrc