How to Give Printable Fake Money Gag Gifts

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Printable fake money is, of course, illegal, but it makes great gag gifts. Fake money is perfect for "repaying" college debt to your parents or giving a bonus to employees. No matter how you use play money, make sure in the end everyone knows it's fake.

  • Print high denominations of fake money and stuff it a greeting card along with a small amount of real money. Make sure the real money is on top of the play money so the person will believe it's all real. Put a large amount of money in there, but not so much that they'll know right away that's it's a joke.

  • Use printable fake money and coins to decorate a small plant for the person who's always saying, "Money doesn't grow on trees." Print a combination of large and small fake dollar bills. You'll get the last laugh when they realize it's all play money.

  • Replace the President's face on printable fake money with that of your friend or family member. You can use any denomination of funny money but one of the best is a million-dollar bill. Frame the entire bill and write "You're One in a Million."

  • Fill official-looking envelopes with large sums of fake money. Hand out the envelopes to your employees as a "bonus" at a meeting. See how long it takes for your co-workers to realize it's bogus money.

  • Print out a fake million-dollar bill for the person who has dreams of an early retirement. For his birthday, give him the money and tell him you'd like to help him accomplish his dreams by giving him his first million.

  • For the know-it-all, print out two play money pennies. If you want them to look a little more "real," paste them onto a piece of cardboard and laminate them. Wrap up the fake coins and give them to the person, thanking her for always giving her "two cents."

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