A Fleet of Exciting Designs!
Take a daily break to create an enviable aeronautic fleet with the Paper Airplane Fold-A-Day 2019 Calendar.
Origami designer David Mitchell and paper-airplane expert Kyong Lee combine forces to present 300-plus designs from 40 original models based on real-life military planes—such as fighter jets, MiGs, and drones—as well as creative aircraft designs for a year’s worth of flying fun!
Don’t throw away yesterday’s calendar page! Instead, flip it over for airplane artwork, then fold it using the step-by-step instructions on today’s calendar page.
Kids love to fold and fly paper airplanes. This is a great gift for them.
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Take a daily break to create a paper airplane.
300-plus designs from 40 original models based on real-life military planes.
by Kyong Lee, David Mitchell
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