Introduction: The Flying Heart Paper Airplane

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At first, you are going to need

An A4 sheet of paper

You can use a tape glue to fix the design. (It Is optional)

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fold the landscape oriented paper into half

And then unfold it

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fold the corners of the paper into the central line which you made in the last step

And then unfold them.

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fold the corners to line the borders with the line of the previous fold.

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fold the unfolded which you made in step 2

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fold the tip a little as shown in the image.

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Now fold the paper 6 times after you folded the tip

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fold the paper to line the upper far borders with the middle line.

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fold the shape into half from the central fold.

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Fold the wings of the paper airplane

And now you have your own Flying Heart Paper Airplane design!

Step 10: Important Tips

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heck the image to read the tips

Or you can see the Flying Heart Tutorial on YouTube

Step 11: Thanks for Watching and Follow Me!

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Thanks for watching this tutorial and follow me on Facebook, Instructables, YouTube, or visit my Website.

Comments

seamster (author)2015-10-21

Cool plane! Thanks for sharing the steps, and welcome to the instructables community!

MouaffakSpace1 (author)seamster2015-10-21

Glad you like it! :D looking forward to sharing new stuff soon every week!

And thanks! :)

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