Thursday, October 7, 2010

How to make a Paper Frisbee

You will need:
  • 4 Sheets of A4 Paper
  • Either Staples or Tape
It goes far so you need to go to the park!

There are 9 steps in this picture going horizontally. I'll try and explain it as best as I can.

  • Step 3 - 4: You must fold those creases and then pinch the two sides forwards until it ends up like a house.
  • Step 7: Since you have created 4 of them, get 2 and flip one over, they should both slide into each other easily.
  • Step 8: It may fall out of place so staples here can be used, you need two of these (Step8Picture)
  • Step 9: Since you have two (Step8Picture), staple them onto of each other.

32 comments:

  1. razortek what happened to your list blog =(

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  2. I like your post... GTL and blogging FTW!

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  3. Ha neat. I really like my "professional" ultimate frisbee though.

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  4. Keep up the good work! If you like bubbles, check out my other blog, Enhanced by MS Paint!

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  5. This is great thanks, and keep up the good work.
    Cheers

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  6. you've got some good insight in this post :)

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  7. I will try this this afternoon! Hope it will work!

    F/S!

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  8. bah, tried like 3 times :( I fail at this. will keep trying->

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  9. Interesting, but I couldn't pull off anything useable. :(

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  10. When it comes to your post, GTL can also stand for "Great Thoughts at Length"... keep it up!

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  11. ...Where's my printer paper. I got an experiment to do!

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  12. You've made some interesting points... I also have some points (actually bubbles) on Enhanced by MS Paint :)

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  13. Tried this a few days ago. Took a few attempts but one did fly and was fun =D thanks for making me go outside.

    http://quarterqwerty.blogspot.com/

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  14. I have to agree with you here. Check out my other TS blog, Swift Fanatics!

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  15. Great idea.

    http://fishbowl165-cafeconleche.blogspot.com/

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  16. I used to make something similar to this in class only slightly deviating from this design , didnt fly too well tho

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