Fold an origami star and make it into a wonderful greeting card.
Here is what the finished product looks like.
Shown here are 2 pictures of what your paper should look like when finished folding.
I have 2 children both of which go to university. I spend most of my time crafting. I like to make origami, 3D paper projects, greeting cards, and lots more. I mostly work with my Silhouette Cameo, Curio, and Mint. Happy Crafting!
Love this fold! What paper did you use? I can’t find paper with different color corners as you show in your instructions. Do you know who invented the fold?
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