Fold a sheet of printer paper in half.
Mark the halfway point on the paper with a small crease.
Fold 1/3 over diagonally, and repeat on the remaining side. If uneven, adjust.
Now you should have this shape.
Mark the ends of the paper as shown, forming a triangle.
Cut the triangle.
(Trim it if it looks uneven, like mine.)
Unfold it; if it looks like a hexagon, you're doing it right.
Now refold it and draw a line down the middle.
Draw lines approximately 1/4 inch away from the centre one.
Add a line 1/2 inch thick along the bottom.
Draw the lines on the other sides HALF as thick as the one you just drew. (When it folds out, it will be as thick as the bottom ones, don't worry.)
Erase if you want☺️
Draw or trace a circle big enough to touch all 3 of the edge lines.
Add another circle inside of it.
And another outside of it. You should have 3 concentric circles now.
The purple dots mark the spaces we'll cut out. It is so much easier to use a craft knife for this.
Cutting them out. The newspaper/magazine ensures that you won't cut the table you're working on. This is what craft mats are for and you can use one instead.
Mine wasn't cut the neatest, but it will still look good. Now, we unfold...