Skull Flyer - Halloween Special From the Online Paper Airplane Museum

Introduction: Skull Flyer - Halloween Special From the Online Paper Airplane Museum

Here is a Great Halloween Themed paper airplane - The Skull Flyer!

Print off the template here

http://www.theonlinepaperairplanemuseum.com/SkullFlyer/SkullFlyerSingleTemplate.doc

and follow the easy instructions!

Have a Happy Halloween!
Uncle Dean

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Step 1: Step 1

Step 2: Step 2

Cut off the white border.

Step 3: Step 3

Cut out all the sections marked with an "X"

Step 4: Step 4

Fold back along the top horizontal line.

Step 5: Step 5

Flip over and fold the top left corner down to and even with the vertical center line.

Step 6: Step 6

Fold the top right corner down to and even with the vertical center line.

Step 7: Step 7

Fold the top triangle down, so you can see The Online Paper Airplane Museum Logo.

Step 8: Step 8

Fold the left side over to and even with the right side.

Step 9: Step 9

Fold the top wing to the left along the first vertical line from the right side.

Step 10: Step 10

Fold the top wing to the right along the second vertical line from the left side.

Step 11: Step 11

Fold the top wing to the left along the last vertical line remaining.

Step 12: Step 12

Flip it over.

Step 13: Step 13

Fold to the right along the first vertical line near the right side.

Step 14: Step 14

Fold to the left along the 2nd vertical line from the right.

Step 15: Step 15

Fold the top wing to the right alon the remaining vertical line.

Step 16: Step 16

This is the top of the Skull Flyer. It will look like an accordion fold. Pull on the winglets on the right side and left side, and open it up a little.

Step 17: Step 17

Flip it over, and you will see the frightful bottom that will be soaring over you on All Hallow's Eve!

Bear in mind, the Skull Flyer will fly well if thrown right side up or upside down.

Step 18: Step 18

Make a few with the kids and have a ball!

If you want to see more paper airplanes, check out my site at

http://www.theonlinepaperairplanemuseum.com

over 800 FREE paper airplane designs!

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    8 Discussions

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    Spectrace
    Spectrace

    12 years ago on Introduction

    thats amazing, how do you come up with these? and acutally get them to fly.

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    deanmackey
    deanmackey

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    I actually have a VERY boring day job which allows me the time to come up with these.

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    deanmackey
    deanmackey

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Yup, office dweller, lots of paper laying around + dull repetitive work = paper airplanes!

    I have around 300 designs of my own I need to document and about 15 books I need two write!

    I am hoping to get the book on halloween flyers out by January....wish me luck!

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    dhruvgaara
    dhruvgaara

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    luck luck luckity luck of da werld sorry abut splling im mre of a txt guy

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    masonrulz
    masonrulz

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    LOL that is HILARIOUS how u talk. i play wow, but i still could barely understand what u were saying at all XD happy halloween all