|Step 7: About 1/4 below the propellers, cut a horizontal slit about 1/3rd the width of the paper.|
|Step 8: Turn the figure over and cut the other side the same way.|
|Step 9: Now you can fold in one side of the base.|
|Step 10: Turn the figure over and fold in the other side of the base.|
|Step 11: From here, you can use a paperclip to clip the folded sides together, or use tape to tape around the bottom base.
The idea is to provide a little weight at the base so that the propellers can spin well. If you're using tape and it's not spinning well, just add a little more tape.
|Step 12: Toss the helicopter in the air or drop it from somewhere high and watch it float down spinning. If it's not spinning enough, you might need a little more weight at the base.
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