Gliding Paper Pope Hat

Introduction: Gliding Paper Pope Hat

this is my first instructable, so it might not be that good. if you follow the steps right, this should be really easy.

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Step 1: Supplies

all yo need is a standard 8.5 by 11 sheet of paper

Step 2: Fold Diagonally

all you do is fold the top right corner down to the bottom left corner, and crease

Step 3: Fold Main Part

take the flat edge, and fold down about 1/2 an inch 4-5 times, and run the folded paper at a 90 degree angle to round out paper

Step 4: Put Two Ends Together

take the right long end, and put the tip about an inch into the left end's opening then tape then together

Step 5: Fly It

take the flat, thin end part the glider, hold it with 3 fingers (middle finger on top w/ index and ring finger on the bottom) and throw it. if thrown right they should go at least 10 ft across a room. (not guarenteed to fly straight)

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    6 Discussions

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    Lunar1210000
    Lunar1210000

    10 years ago on Step 5

    I BILD A VERZON OF THIS.  I CALL IT THE U.F.P.O.(UNIDINTIFIED FLING PAPER OBJECT

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    Loveofchaos
    Loveofchaos

    12 years ago on Introduction

    the pope hats called a mitre. for a funny pope hat scene thingy watch eurotrip lol (ignore this is yerr under 14)

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    loop
    loop

    Reply 13 years ago

    These are cool, I've had one go nearly 30 metres launched from the second storey of my house

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    krazy glu
    krazy glu

    Reply 13 years ago

    i hvent gotten that far, but i only fly in the scool halways