Origami boats are a fun and easy way to get started in the art of origami. They can be made from a variety of materials, including paper, plastic, or cloth. In this tutorial, I will be using my usual origami paper starting with a 6″ X 6″ (15cmX 15cm) square piece. There are lots of different types of boats you can make out of paper. The absolute easiest is the “Square boat” while you could look at “torpedo boat” for a more advanced design. In this tutorial, I decided to make a sailing boat, the design remains easy but the outcome is quite exciting specifically for kids.
Make sure to check my other origami video tutorial:
- How to Make a Kite Out of Paper?
- How to Make a fidget toy out of paper?
- How to Make a Heart Out of Paper?
- How to make flowers out of tissue paper?
- How to make dice out of paper?
- How to make a spider out of paper?
- How to make a puppet out of paper?
- How to Make a Snowflake with Paper and Scissors?
How do you make a sailing boat out of paper Step by Step?
Step 1: Take a 6″ X 6″ 15x15cm size paper
Step 2: Fold the bottom point up to the top point
Step 3: Unfold the previous step.
Step 4: Fold the right point over to the left point.
Step 5: Unfold the previous step.
Step 6: Fold the right point over to the central point.
Step 7: Fold the left point over to the central point.
Step 8: Fold the top point down to the bottom point.
Step 9: Fold the top right & left point down diagonally.
Step 10: Unfold both top flaps.
Step 11: Open out the right section to the left & flatten the top section to make it a triangular shape.
Step 12: Flip the paper over to the other side.
Step 13: Open out the right section over to the left & flatten the top section.
Step 14: Rotate the paper.
Step 15: Fold the top right section down.
Step 16: Fold the flap back up, leaving a small overlap.
Step 17: Tuck the overlap inside the bottom section & Flatten the creases.
Step 18: Flip the model over to the other side.
Step 19: Fold the bottom point up to create a little stand & rotate
Step 20: Now the origami sailboat is complete.
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