Star/Frisbee

Difficulty: Moderate

This piece is fun to play with when done, and requires eight pieces of square paper. Try to make these with small squares. Site found:http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/magic_star_origami.

1. Fold the square in half.
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2. Unfold, and fold the edge to the center.
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3. Repeat on the other side.
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4. Re crease the fold made in Step 1.
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5. Fold the other side up to the edge, so that you have a parallelogram.
In progress…
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6. This is what it should look like.
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7.Unfold..
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8. Open the unit…
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9. Inside reverse(or invert) the folds you made and flatten the model. Observe the pictures.
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This is what it should turn out to be.
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10. Make seven more.
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Assembly

1. Slide one unit into the other, as so.
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2. The left unit should have two little flaps hanging over the other unit. The right unit also has a gap on the edge facing out. fold the flaps into the gap and flatten.
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3. Continue adding units in the same way. The completed Star/Frisbee.
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How to use

When closed, there is no hole in the middle. Grab the unit as if it was a sandwich, and use your thumbs to wedge the unit so that it stretches. Do this over and over while rotating it for the Frisbee.

Source: http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/magic_star_origami

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