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Paper Boathttp://eng.origami-kids.com/paper-boat
Origami Paper Boat Tutorial
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Origami Boathttp://goo.gl/HMKbBH
very simple traditional paper boat model
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How to Make an Origami Boat
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Are you fascinated of Origami Ships?
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I am a child of a shipman and l was attracted by water and boats throughout my childhood. My parents were captains. As a child I accompanied my parents on their ship. lt was a wonderful time.
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The hobby Origami accompanies me for years. I have leamed a lot of several books as well as of my parents and my aunt and many friends. ln this Section of boats l have chosen traditional models as well as own models and classic models, boats with big sails, all of then find on Internet. The simple boats with different degrees of difficulty are not meant only for playing but also for sail contests and transports of loads. Sailing boats made of AQUAPAPIER exhibit a characteristic. The boats made of AQUAPAPIER are water resistant, unsinkable and do not collapse. Also tlat and not swimmable boats are conceivable i.e. for holiday greetings or other opportunities.
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l wish you much fun with folding and “action” with the boats.
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Origami Paper Boat Tutorial
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This is a very simple traditional paper boat model, the origami sail boat makes a sweet little decoration perfect as decor at a kids party, because they stand up, make great table place cards or, folded flat, use as a card embellishment!
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You could also attach a long thread and use as a garland, hanging display or baby mobile, there are so many possibilities with this easy to remember origami model.
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This craft project requires just one piece of square paper, it works best with origami paper that has a design or colour that is different on each side.
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It’s easy to take a piece of paper and turn it into a boat. (Note: You may need to help younger kids with some of the folds. You can also make your own craft boat. The more boats the better for when we get to the boat-racing part!)
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Step 1: Fold a letter-sized (8.5″ x 11″ or A4) piece of paper or cardboard in half, making a neat crease along the middle. Start by folding your paper in half.
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Step 2: Fold the two corners of the folded edge inwards toward the middle, so that the top makes a point.
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Step 3: Now, fold the bottom loose rectangular ends up toward the end of the triangles. Then turn the boat over and repeat on the other side. The boat should look like a hat. Fold the edges along the crease inward and then fold up the loose ends on both sides.
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Step 4: Fold the bottom corners inward. Flip the boat over and fold the other side. Fold the bottom corners inward on both sides, so the paper is in the shape of a triangle.
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Step 5: Next, open up the boat into the hat shape and then fold it over into a square. Fold the triangle back into a square.
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Step 6: Fold the bottom flaps upward—toward the top corner—and form another triangle. Fold up the bottom flaps toward the top corner to form another triangle.
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Step 7: Now take the triangle, shift it and make it into a square. (I know; again. Be patient, we are almost done.) Shift the triangle into another small square.
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Step 8: Take the top corners and pull them down to reveal your origami boat.
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Voilà! Your boat of paper!
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There’s a lot of folding. A square. A triangle. Another square. Another triangle. Etc. Just be patient and watch the video again if you need to.
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Step 3: Now, fold the bottom loose rectangular ends up toward the end of the triangles. Then turn the boat over and repeat on the other side. The boat should look like a hat. Fold the edges along the crease inward and then fold up the loose ends on both sides.
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Step 4: Fold the bottom corners inward. Flip the boat over and fold the other side. Fold the bottom corners inward on both sides, so the paper is in the shape of a triangle.
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Step 5: Next, open up the boat into the hat shape and then fold it over into a square. Fold the triangle back into a square.
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Step 6: Fold the bottom flaps upward—toward the top corner—and form another triangle. Fold up the bottom flaps toward the top corner to form another triangle.
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Step 7: Now take the triangle, shift it and make it into a square. (I know; again. Be patient, we are almost done.) Shift the triangle into another small square.
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Step 8: Take the top corners and pull them down to reveal your origami boat.
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Voilà! Your boat of paper!
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There’s a lot of folding. A square. A triangle. Another square. Another triangle. Etc. Just be patient and watch the video again if you need to.
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