PPF (Paper Pocket Frisbee)

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Introduction: PPF (Paper Pocket Frisbee)

About: I am an aspiring sound designer who loves to build. I like thinking about presented ideas from a new perspective. The best part about running into a problem is figuring out how to fix it.

Bored? Got a group of friends? Got a pad of sticky notes? Well here's your solution! This little frisbee can keep you entertained, it's easy to make, fun to use, and best of all it fits in you pocket!

Step 1: Materials

Materials:
1. 1 pad of sticky notes -any color.

Step 2: The First Fold

Take one sticky note and fold it in half (in the middle of the sticky part).

Step 3: The Second Fold

Now fold the top right corner to the bottom of the stick note.

Step 4: Unfold

Unfold the sticky note and then fold the other two points into the middle. The sticky part will hold down the flaps 

Step 5: Fold in Half Again

Now fold it in half again, then fold it back (it makes things easier).

Step 6: Finish Piece

Fold the right center edge in.

Step 7: Repeat

Now make 7 more of these, following steps 1 through 6, for a total of 8.

Step 8: Putting the Pieces Together

Now take two of the pieces, and put the point in the fold of the other

Step 9:

Now fold the points into the fold of the other locking them in place

Step 10: Repeat This With All 8 Pieces

Once you have put them all together flatten it out to make sure it flies straight.

Step 11: Transformer?

You can also push together opposite sides and turn it into a razor! (CAUTION POINTS ARE SHARP!)
This form does not fly as well but it looks really cool.

Pocket-Sized Contest

Participated in the
Pocket-Sized Contest

Make It Stick Contest 2

Participated in the
Make It Stick Contest 2

1 Person Made This Project!

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6 Comments

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Cadet Park
Cadet Park

7 years ago

I don't understand step one

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122717
122717

7 years ago

I mean seven, sorry

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Waveform19
Waveform19

Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

Sall good, thanks for the heads up! Glad you like it!

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122717
122717

7 years ago

Mine works best with six. Good job.