MBK Paper Diamond
These instructions take you step-by-step through making a small but
high-flying Diamond kite. All from several pieces of A4 or Letter size
copier paper and some sticky tape!
Talking about 'high flying' -
it's a good idea to get the kite as high as you can when flying inland.
That way, when the wind drops out for half a minute or so, the kite is
still in the air and so can climb back up again all on it's own.
kite performs well in Gentle to Moderate wind speeds. That's from 12 to
28 kph or from 8 to 18 mph. Even quite a small child should be able to
hang on to the winder once the kite is up.