Paper Airplanes for Kids

Explore our favorite design ideas for the most timeless kids’ craft: paper airplanes!

Colorful Paper Airplane

This colorful paper airplane is designed from 8.5 x 11 inch plain printer paper using tape, staples, and crayons.

Explore our favorite design ideas for the most timeless kids' craft: paper airplanes!
Explore our favorite design ideas for the most timeless kids' craft: paper airplanes!

Christmas Paper Airplane

I’m really impressed by this Christmas-themed paper airplane designed by an eight-year-old boy! Two layers of thick cardstock, staples, and tape make this plane durable, but still good at flight! I especially love the candy-cane striping and holly berry accents. My favorite part: the arrow addition of the missing letter “R” in “CHRISTMAS!” Creative kids are the best!!!

Find inspiration for a Christmas-themed paper airplane! Candy-cane striping, holly berries and lots of Christmas Cheer! We used card stock, tape, staples, markers and crayons!
Find inspiration for a Christmas-themed paper airplane! Candy-cane striping, holly berries and lots of Christmas Cheer! We used card stock, tape, staples, markers and crayons!
Find inspiration for a Christmas-themed paper airplane! Candy-cane striping, holly berries and lots of Christmas Cheer! We used card stock, tape, staples, markers and crayons!

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