15 Sided Ninja Star!!! Waachow!




Learn how to make this cool 15 sided ninja star from my Instuctables

(this instructable is dedicated to Matt LeCocki)

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Step 1: What You Need!

15 pieces of square paper
pair of hands
eyes to watch and look at instructables
brain to think
heart to live
and soul to concentrate!
and your ninja way...
(as in deadly ninja, good ninja, gay ninja, naruto ninja, and or super ninja)
(or just plain old normal ninja...)

Step 2: All Steps...

this is a one whole step thingy but i think you should see the more detail things too...

Step 3: First... and Second... and Third...!

as you see fold the paper in half vertically or horizontally... then do the other side to so after you fold there will be a cross looking crease on the paper...

Step 4: Fourth! Fifth! Sixth! Seventh! and Eighth!!!

fold the corners of the square into the middle until the paper looks like a dimond!

Step 5: 9, 11, 10, 12 !!!

take the straight line from the bottom left hand side and fold it in to the middle line/crease! and then repeat for the other side! after this it should look like a kite!

Step 6: To Finish It Off! (just One Piece...)

13-17!!! okay first turn it around so you don't see and line indents but you only see a flat kite shaped surface. now at the shorter end of the paper or the top, fold down so basically this step is on the backside bring back top flap so it looks like a mini triangle on a tall triangle.
after that is done then you fold the two triangle looking thing in half so that you can see the small triangle on the fold/bend.

Step 7: Okay... Almost There...

now make 14 more of these... you can make different colors or all colors just make sure all the pieces are the same size...

Step 8: Oh Yea...

now after 15 pieces are completed... to connect these!!!
on the right angle of the foldeed triangle on the back it should look like two flaps or holes.and in the front of an other triangle are two points. now stab the two points into the two holes.

Step 9: WAACHOW!

bam! WAAAAACHOW!!! your done after you connect all 15 pieces and theres a circle in the middle of it. yay. later i will put a video...

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    31 Discussions


    7 years ago on Introduction

    I remember building this a LONG time ago, thanks that was a good refresher


    9 years ago on Step 8

    great ninjastar. i made one and it wasn't that hard and took less than a half hour. great ideia

    1 reply

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 8

    Its actually not a ninja star, it is a different type of origami known as the Spritzer

    Player 1

    10 years ago on Introduction

    um not by itself it wont unless u have alien paper of some sort... u can throw it tho... but it might not stay together...

    1 reply

    9 years ago on Introduction

    this is so awesome! the only thing is that u should glue them together then you can throw it!! B)


    9 years ago on Introduction

    hmm, what would happen if i made one out of metal i wonder, i'd better not, or else chuck norris will fall from the sky and challenge me to a fight with my new weapon, the he would pwn me..... probably.


    9 years ago on Introduction

    lol i started 2 make about 4 points then i realized u were makin them outta orgami paper so yeah lol


    9 years ago on Introduction

    I made one but the squares where from full sheets of paper so the overall star was huge!

    Player 1Andrew15

    Reply 10 years ago on Step 9

    ?? um... ?? actually i dunno where u learned to count, but where i live 15 is 15...


    10 years ago on Step 8

    15 sided ninja star !!! I have successfully finished one. It looks very very nice! I like it very much. I will introduce to my students and I'm sure that will be very happy, Thanks very much!

    2 replies

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Dude, its awesome, it dosen't look right though, stiil, it barely flies, but any way, good work =)


    10 years ago on Step 9

    cool but i wish it would stay together easyer