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Origami Paper Boat

How to Make a Fun Origami Paper Boat

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Do you like making origami paper boats? Origami is fun, but it can be even more fun if you make the boat out of origami paper! This tutorial will teach you how to make an origami boat with just one piece of paper.

It’s also a great craft for kids, since it requires no cutting or gluing and is very simple to fold. Let’s get started!

Supplies Needed for the Paper Boat Origami

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How to make an Origami Paper Boat?

This tutorial is a step-by-step guide on how to make a paper boat for your child to enjoy. It’s a fun activity for all ages, and a perfect rainy day activity.

Origami Paper Boat

Step one

Take a square sheet of paper, any kind of paper would work.

Origami Paper Boat

Step Two

Fold in half.

Origami Paper Boat

Step Three

Fold in half again.

Origami Paper Boat

Step Four

Then take one of the triangle and fold it upwards.

Origami Paper Boat
Origami Paper Boat

Step Five

Flip it and fold the remaining three triangles upwards.

Origami Paper Boat

Step Six

Now you can see a pocket below.

Origami Paper Boat

Place your thumbs in it, stretch it and then press.

Origami Paper Boat
Origami Paper Boat

Step Seven

Take upper corners and stretch out.

Origami Paper Boat
Origami Paper Boat
Origami Paper Boat

That’s It! You have completed the Origami Boat.

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Origami Paper Boat

Wrapping up How to Make a Fun Origami Boat

Origami paper boats are a fun craft that can be made by anyone. We’ve provided you with instructions for making an origami boat, but there are plenty of other designs to explore as well.

This is just one example of the many crafts and projects out there that don’t require any special skills! If you enjoyed this article or want more like it, please comment below so we know what our readers enjoy reading about.

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