Introduction: Paper Throwing Knifes

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Step 1: This Is What You Will Need

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Try to get some corrugated cardboard, after that get some duck tape, scissors, and straws.

Note you can replace the card board with paper.

Step 2: Cut a Diamond.

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After you get the materials, get your cardboard/ paper/ and cut a diamond, but make sure that one edge is shorter.

Step 3: Cut Straws in Two

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After take a straw, and cut it in two.

Step 4: Cut Again.

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After that, take the straw, and cut an inch off one of the ends.

Step 5: SPLITTING TIME!!!!

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Now take the longer end / of the straw /and your scissors, and split BOTH sides for about a cm.

Step 6: 1+1= Together.

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Add the tip and take the straw with the split and
Combine them together.

Step 7: Cover Up

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Now cover the knife in duck tape.

Note leave 1/2 cm bare on the straw.

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Step 9: Part 2 / Literally /

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Now take the small end of the straw and cut 1/2 a circle.

Step 10: Split Up

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Now split the straw, in two. After put it on the semi circle. The cover the cardboard in duck tape.

Note: you can cover the split end on the circle, but DO NOT COVER ANYTHING ELSE!!!!!!!
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Step 11: Split One Side.

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Now cut ONE side of the none covered piece of straw.

Step 12: Rolling Rolling Rolling

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Now take the end that was cut partially and role in to make in smaller.

Step 13: Place Inside.

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Now place inside that 1/2 cm of the handle that is not covered in tape.
After cover the whole bottom in duck tape.

Step 14: Done!

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These are pretty cool toys I made up, but like everything, don't throw them at peoples faces.

Comments

Howto246 (author)2015-03-23

cool,and fun

These would be great for a costume! They are simple and made from stuff you might have around the house, but they look great!

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