How to Make a Paper Airplane

why make a paper airplane because it's fun. I know what you are thinking about an paper airplane really. To that I say shut up and get out of here, I am only doing this for a grade. But for my simple tins out there lets get started. scroll down.

  • also paper is dangerous you can get a paper cut so look out simple tins.

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Step 1: Materials

  • all you need for materials is paper really any paper you use fine but well use a sheets of paper (I used very the cheaper ones 80g/m2 but you can also use thicker ones)
  • a Bonefolder for those beautiful folders but this is optional.

Step 2: THE FOLDING

Now just fold the piece and once your done you got your ever own paper airplane. I hope you enjoy your airplane as just much as I have.

By Good Lucky And Have Fun

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