This is a origami Ninja I made. It does fly and spin like a real ninja star but not as dangerous. If you are going to make this I would recommend using printer paper and not construction paper because it gets really hard to fold the construction paper at certain points.
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The first step is to fold the papers in half and then unfold them then fold the papers edges toward the middle. Then fold the paper in half then half again.
You are going to unfold it and then take the one on your right and fold the left corner to the right. You then do the opposite for the other paper. Then the paper on the right bottom right corner and fold it to the left and the the opposite for the other paper.
Now your going to take the tingle and fold it over to the opposite side on both papers.
Next, you are going to flip the papers to look like the fist image above, now you are going to turn the left paper to match the left one in the second image above and make sure its one the side with the two slots instead of one. Then you are going to place the right paper on top of the left one. Now you are going to fold to corners/triangles into the slots created by the other paper. You are going to do this step in the front and back of the ninja star and then you have finished.
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