Kid’s Craft: Origami Airplane Valentines February 1, 2010 We've been folding paper planes from silver paper. And attaching little messages. 22 in total. Valentines for the Kindergarten class. Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterest You might also like:
very good idea and perfect design.
melissa Crowe says
And hey–I was wandering around Market Street in Portsmouth looking for Three Graces this afternoon, when I saw two of your birds in a window and said, “Hey! Those are Abby’s birds,” and voila! I was there. 😉
How cool! I'm so glad my birds were a beacon!
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Thanks for giving me a very nice idea for my kiddie class. Love it!
AG Ambroult says
that is adorable. Great idea!
the teacher might hate you, but I think they are amazing!
sam of mummysam says
oh my!!! I may have to “copy”!!! ..how did you fold those planes? I must know!
These are going to rock Weston’s world.
I'm a bit concerned Mrs. B. is going to be annoyed when they start flying across the room, but hey, they're five and having a class party. Mayhem must ensue!
Rachael Rabbit says
This is the cutest idea ever ….
celine boyer says
it’s very cute, i will try with my kids ! thank you for creativity !
I clicked over from Crafty Crow. I second the request for the origami instructions!
Thank you! I don't think I can repeat the instructions here because the design is from an origami book. I think any origami paper plane would look great, though, made up in silver paper.
What book? Maybe my library has it. 🙂 Thanks for the great idea.
The cutest homemade Valentine I’ve seen yet! So clever.
Thank you so much!
so so awesome. i wish i had been able to do that! though, the construction paper hearts stapled together with candy hearts on the inside were the hit of my 2nd grade class, thanks to you!
Oh my gosh! I totally remember making those. Wow. That was a long time ago.
What an awesome Valentine! They turned out super neat! And with a class of 22 you don’t want anything Tooooooooo complicated. They are perfect!