Learn how to make 3-D paper stars. A few folds, a snip here, another fold there and voila! you have a star, perfect for decorating your space. It looks complicated, but believe me, it’s really easy. Anyone can make them! Are you ready to have fun with me? They are not only perfect for Christmas decor! This paper star is perfect Christmas tree ornaments. They also make perfect patriotic stars just by using red ,white and blue. Perfect way spruce up your 4th of July decor.
Making the star
Start by cutting your paper into a square shape.
- Fold your square in half. With the fold edge along the bottom.
Fold the bottom right hand corner over to meet the left top corner
Fold the bottom left hand corner over into the middle.
Turn your paper over. Your paper star will look for a bit like a kite.
Fold your kite in half by taking the left hand side over to meet the right hand side.
Cut in a diagonal line from right to left through the center of your your folds. The bigger the angle the sharper the star will be
and we are done with cutting … now it is time to shape it
What I like to do is to follow fold at the peaks of my star. Your goal is to make them crisp
you lift up peaks and depress connections
I had so much fun that decided to create double side one by simply fitting one into another. Here is a video on how I made that
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Making stars is my absolute favorite activity around any holidays .They make super festive and inexpensive statements. Love to see them cascading in my kitchen window. Have you tried to make this one ? it is super easy and super festive .Check out all those details
SUPER EASY PAPER STAR perfect Christmas decor
All details on how to make that str can be found HERE
3D star diy at its best
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