IN-57/9231 Decorating is only half the fun of this DIY craft project! These durable boomerangs are perfect for an Australian outback-themed event. (48 pcs. per unit) 10" Plastic. We recommend using permanent markers, sold separately online.
How to Make a Boomerang. Everybody knows boomerangs - that Australian toy that comes back to you when thrown. But is it really possible to create one of these marvels and have it work? Sure is. Choose your material and let's get started....
A returning boomerang is a rotating wing. Though it is not a requirement that the boomerang be in its traditional shape, it is usually flat. A falling boomerang starts spinning, and most then fall in a spiral. When the boomerang is thrown with high spin, a boomerang flies in a curve rather than a straight line.
How to Make a Paper Boomerang - an Origami Boomerang - Step by Step Instructions - Tutorial
This paper boomerang is easy to make. All you need is some paper and perhaps some sticky tape. Once you have had some practice, the boomerang will return when it is thrown. The trick is to throw it like a frisbee (and don't throw it like boomerang) and it will come back to you.