Did you know that The art of folding a sheet of paper into something creative is a part of origami art? I am Todd, the in-house DIY expert. I am excited to make some paper boats that I can float in the nearby pond with Jax and Jane. Would you like to make one too? Here’s how you can get started.
Coloured or plain papers (square shaped)
Old toothbrush (optional)
Pro-tip: You can use the toothbrush to spray paint on these boats to make them more colourful and fun!
Drop a message in the comments section below to tell us what you think about these fun paper boats.
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