Maybe even have an assistant (who hasn’t seen the trick before) try and cut a hole in the paper… Cut the template out as quickly as possible (you don't have to be perfectly on the lines.

Here's a video of this indoor paper airplane walkalong glider design flown a distance of approximately 400m: Building and flying your own airplane has always been high on the list of dreams of adventurous souls.

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Tell your audience that you can cut a hole in this piece of paper large enough to walk through. First, sign in, then finish the lessons at your own pace and pass the course exam with 75% to get your letter of completion. DURING THE TRICK: Ask the audience if they think you can cut a hole large enough to walk through in a regular piece of paper. Should I eliminate world hunger and poverty? All you need is a piece of paper and a bit of dramatics (on the presenter’s part). Indoor Paper Airplane Walkalong Glider: What's a walkalong glider?

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Comments (1) 1GuyGuy - 7 years ago 0 up. Reply to this post: Add comment as a guest or to use your username. Paper Snowman Craft … I’ve made a fun paper snowman craft, fun to make and fun to bounce around (think a bunch of these would also make a lovely garland). Walking paper robot. No, I'll just build a walking paper robot. Print out the template and practice snipping it, stretching it out and walking through it a few times. We’ll show you how to quickly set up your channel, upload videos, and align your branding. Let’s get started! Aaron Schmidt at Walking Paper just posted some great points about Virtual Reference – go read it.. One point the Bailey-Hainer article Aaron mentions should be highlighted: marketing, marketing, marketing! We love paper crafts, you don’t need a lot of materials and the things you can make… Endless possibilities! Let’s get started! I have seen libraries with dismal usage statistics… but they also claim to have not really marketed the service (even on a bookmark), have part-time hours for the service, etc.