[Low Intermediate] How to fold an origami three-armed Fidget Spinner from a single square of paper. This is NOT a blow spinner! Instead it spins on any pointy object just by slightly jiggling your hand at the right frequency. It works because although the three hexagonal arms are the same size, one of them has more layers than the other two and so it acts the same way as when you swing a ball on a string around and around, but in this case, the other two arms create the illusion that the model is spinning only by the initial flick to get it started. Just a reminder… You are welcome to draw on the fidget spinner to make it look more like the real thing! Just because I don’t do that doesn’t mean you can’t!