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Paper airplanes are fantastic: they're easy to make from simple materials. Just grab a sheet of paper and maybe scissors, tape, or a paperclip and you're ready to go.

There are as many great designs as there are paper airplane makers, and we love them all. Do you have a favorite design that flies farther, faster, or in exciting loops? What cool tips and tweaks work best for you? We want to know!

Enter the Toss It! Speed Contest, and show us how to make an awesome paper airplane!

Make a good Instructable that clearly shows how to make a paper airplane, and embed a video of your plane in flight. You can't just say it's the best, you have to show us!

Read the full contest information here.

The Toss It! Speed Contest is closed.

7 PRIZES

Voting, Pageviews, and Random

Air Instructables Flight Kit which includes decals, a pilot's license, and an Instructables robot t-shirt.

Runner-Up

An Instructables robot t-shirt.
HOW IT WORKS

Write an Instructable

Create a new Instructable that fits the guidelines outlined in the contest description above. To be eligible, Instructables must be published between Feb 26, 2008 and Mar 16, 2008 (11:59pm PT).

Enter

Upon publishing your Instructable you'll see checkboxes for open contests. Select Toss It! Speed Contest. If you have entries currently eligible for entry, it will also show up by clicking "Enter this Contest" on the right side of this page.

Accepting

Entries are accepted by Instructables staff within one business day Monday - Friday. What matters is the submission time, not acceptance time.

Voting

Instructables members can vote for an entry during the contest plus 3 days after the contest closes.

Judging

A panel of judges made up of Instructables staff and respected members of the community rate the finalists. The averages of the ratings determine the winners.

Winners

When the winners are decided they will be announced here on the contest page. All entrants will be notified when this happens.