This instructable will efficiently inform you how to construct a paper airplane that is both stylish, and functional. In order to make this paper airplane, you will need 3 things:
- A sheet of paper
- Some tape
- Highly precise paper folding skills
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First we will need to create a crease along the center of the paper. Fold your piece of paper in half, hamburger style. Then unfold the paper and you will see a crease along the middle of the paper.
Fold the top two corners of your sheet of paper so they both meet the crease we created in the first step.
Now, you will need to fold the top corner of the paper down so it meets the edge of the previous fold.
Fold the paper so that the top-left and top-right sides line up with the crease in the middle of the paper we created in the first step.
Turn the paper over so that the bottom side is facing you. Next, fold the top side of the paper so 1-half inch is folded over. Then, turn the paper back over to the original side.
With the top side of the paper facing you, fold the paper inward along the middle crease.
Fold the wings of the plane downward so the folds parallel to the bottom of the plane, and there is about 1-half inch of space between the fold and the bottom of the plane.
Get some tape, 2 small pieces should be fine. Stick the pieces in the middle of the paper airplane and then close it to keep it held together.
Step 9: ALL DONE!!!!
Congratulations, you have just finished your very own paper airplane. The finished product should look something like the images shown above.