Making Paper Boats 9 Boats That Actually Float! by Duy Nguyen


Making Paper Boats 9 Boats That Actually Float! by Duy Nguyen

This title helps you construct a fleet of water-resistant paper boats using creative origami techniques. It includes an 80-page instruction and project book, 50 sheets of pre-printed origami paper and a waterproofing stick. It is suitable for children aged 12 and up. Set sail, with a fleet of water-resistant paper boats. From a graceful catamaran to a stealthy submarine, these nine nautical projects are easy to construct using creative origami techniques. Just rub the waterproofing stick onto the designated areas of each pre-printed origami sheet before making any folds. The boats will become amazingly water resistant and ready for an outing in the tub, a pond, or a lake.

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Contains Paperback and General merchandise
80 pages
Interest Age: 12+


Duy Nguyen
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Publication date

30th September 2010



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