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Here are the instructions to a great airplane I taught myself to make. You will need: Paper 8.5x11 Scissors Tape Using a pencil and a ruler make it ...
Fold the paper in vertically (the long way).
Pic. 1. Fold the top layer of paper down 2 inches from one side. Pic. 2. Repeat on other side.
Pic. 1. Fold part of the flap up so it is in line with the bottom. Pic. 2. The result. Pic. 3. Repeat on other side. Pic. 4. Open. ...
Starting from Pic. 1, fold the little flaps down to the main part(pics.2&3) and tape(pic.4).
It should look like this when you refold it. Get ready to cut.
This next part is kinda hard to explain. You can free-hand cut it but I like to draw out the lines and then cut. The little captions on ...
Cut out the weird shape created and recycle it.
Next we fold down the wings. Pic.2. Repeat on other side.
Sry this pic. is so fuzzy. My camera was acting up when I took this. It should look like this( minus the fuzzy).
While you could probably fly the plane now, it works better when you tape it in a few places. Place 1: (Pics.1&2) Tape under the main body of ...
The plane will still work well without places 2 and 3 taped, but you might just want to put tape here. This is OPTIONAL! Place 2: On the ...
You are done! Good job! The finished plane will look like Pic. 1. One thing though. This plane is a great plane that flies straight. That means it ...
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