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Get Creative with Origami Multiple Airplane Designs

Origami paper aircraft folding is a fun and simple hobby for children and adults. It can be a simple hobby or fun activity for your child, or you can earn money with it by selling your mesmerizing arts. People love origami, and it is easy to create, like shapes, animals, and multiple designs you can consider, from the easy pattern to more complicated ones. You can start with a single sheet of paper and fold it into various shapes forming airplane patterns of your choice. It’s lovely to watch the many creations of your imagination come to life, and it’s a great deal of fun to do it.

What Materials are Needed to Make an Airplane from a Piece of Paper?

The materials you will need for your airplanes are pretty simple to find. You will need a small piece of paper and nothing more than that. It can be any kind of paper, although you should start with a sheet of paper that is sturdy and not too thin; otherwise, folding it could cause it to tear. Find a piece of paper that you are comfortable working with, and you can start with any colour you want for your first airplane pattern.

Then choose the design you want and sketch it for your paper airplane before you start to fold up any paper. It will make it easier for you to visualize the finished outcome of your plane.

5 Airplane Designs You Can Make

We provided multiple designs for you to create for your different planes. Be creative with it, make as many as you want for you to practice, and be a professional.

1. Bug Plane

It is a well-known folding paper aircraft that has four wings. The plane’s front and centre wings of the plane are connected, and connecting the middle and rear wings are the two rear wings. Its design keeps the aircraft balanced while in flight.


  1. Fold your paper in half (horizontally).
  2. Open the folded sheet to make a triangle fold from the upper right corner.
  3. Open the folded sheet again to make another triangle fold from the upper left corner until you make a pattern.
  4. To create another pattern, fold a rectangular shape from the opposite side of the sheet beginning in the middle of the two folded triangles.
  5. To form a triangle, flip the sheet’s center side and the connections between them.
  6. To create two more little triangle patterns, flip the triangle from both sides to the top and then in a different direction.
  7. Flip your aircraft over and connect the center wing ends. It creates a space for the rear wings.
  8. Stretch the wings into a position of your plane’s tail.
  9. Fold one of your rear wings to meet the paper’s tip. The wings connect at the top to form a triangle.
  10. Fold the opposite side of your plane’s rear wing to finish it. Push down on the middle wings to provide additional aircraft stability.
  11. Fold the plane’s front to form it. Fold your tail to meet a wingtip.
  12. At the end of your wings, fold your tail so that the two sides meet.

2. Dart Design

This dart pattern is popular and very easy to make. Moldable and works well with thicker paper. Use printer paper or card stock for this design. When released, this paper plane can glide farther than others, enabling you to fly it further.


  1. Fold your paper top to bottom (vertically), then open it.
  2. Get both upper corners and fold into the center to make a triangle pattern and re-open it.
  3. Fold the triangle’s opposing edge to create a diamond with right angles at either end.
  4. To meet the point of the paper, fold one of the wings’ edges, producing a triangle.
  5. Repeat on the other wing.
  6. Fold one side of your aircraft to form, then fold up the rear right corner to meet a wing tip.
  7. Repeat on the opposite side of the plane’s tail to achieve a final fold, and now you have a plane dart to enjoy.

3. A Jet Plane Design

This jet design is one of the more advanced airplane designs you can create. Although it is similar to the dart plane, it requires more folding of your paper into various triangles before putting it all together.


  1. Fold the sheet of paper vertically and unfold it.
  2. Fold the first side to make a diamond.
  3. Fold the paper again to produce two triangles in each corner, and you have your plane’s body wings and tail.
  4. Fold the wings to the paper’s end.
  5. Fold down the wings and over a point on the plane’s central side to make its body. Put your wings in with the up position.
  6. Shape your plane by unfolding one side. Put in your tail.
  7. Fold the opposing tail side inward so that both body parts face inward.
  8. Finally, fold each wing tip to make a triangle where it joins the tail.

4. Sea Glider

It is a fantastic plane design that some people compare to a swan or a bird-like airplane. As a parent, make this a fun activity with your kids. They can easily create it to enhance their creativity and skills.


  1. Take the upper corner of your paper to make a diagonal fold, and cut the excess at the bottom with scissors.
  2. From the edge of the folded diagonal, measure a length (not too big and not too small) of your desire and then fold it.
  3. Fold it in half and outwardly fold the inner top flap.
  4. For the wing, get a big fold on both sides.
  5. Flare the wings, and you’ve got yourself a sea glider plane to enjoy.

5. White Dove Plane

It is a functional plane that you can use to decorate any area in your home, even the nursery where your infant will be playing. It is also imaginative and enjoyable to make.


  1. Fold your paper diagonally, and then cut the excess with a pair of scissors.
  2. After cutting, you can now flip the triangle from the top tip.
  3. Take the upper layer and then fold it to the opposite side.
  4. Fold it in half and flip it over to the opposite side.
  5. Fold one wing at an angle and repeat this step with the other wing.
  6. Fold the head inner to make a peak
  7. Finally, fold both wings down at an angle, and now you have a decorative plane.

You can make origami planes with various shapes, sizes, and materials. All you have to do is to choose the one you find most interesting and think would be best for you. Practice it every day until you become a pro. There are also other designs available for you and your kids. Make it a fun activity for them to enhance their various skills or even earn from it if they plan on selling their mesmerizing arts.

Lyne Proulx
Lyne Proulxhttps://ottawamommyclub.ca/
Lyne Proulx is a Certified WEBB Bodywork Pet Practitioner, Certified Infant Massage Instructor (CIMI), Certified Professional Wedding Consultant, and an Event Planner. She loves all things Disney and is an avid teaholic and chocoholic. She coordinated the Annual Infant Information Day/Early Years Expo for the City of Ottawa for 8 years. She was the Queen B of the BConnected Conference, Canada's Digital Influencer and social media Conference in Ottawa and Toronto. She was also the co-chair of the Navan for Kraft Hockeyville 2009-2011 committee that organized five community events within 6 months, and helped Navan reach the top 10 finalists in Canada. In April 2011, she received the City of Ottawa Mayor's City Builder Award.

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  1. I am so printing this craft out. I would love to do this craft at an upcoming kids birthday party this would be a big hit so clever thanks for sharing this one.


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