This is just a small project that can be made in a short time. While working on one of the projects I am working on a at the moment, I came across an origami spinner I made a while ago. I took a break from the bigger projects and decided to document this project. I think spinners are awesome, I mean, sometimes it even looks like they are just standing still, while they are actually spinning. These spinners aren't the best spinners in the world, but they ARE easy, cheap and possible at lots of location. You can make them while being at school, at your desk, anywhere you have access to six square papers will do! I hope you like this project and give them a shot :)

Step 1: Folding the modules

Since this is the same module I used in my paper heart decorations, I didn't document how to fold the basic module, that can be found here.

After making a module as shown in step 2 of that instructable, you still need to make one extra fold. Fold the right side up as shown, so a diagonal crease is created.
Your origami projects are the best!
thanks Muhaiminah!

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