Holiday Project: Paper Stars

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Curbly’s DIY Maven says, “I found instructions for these beautiful folded paper stars in an old magazine called The Workbasket. Not only were the directions indecipherable, the picture illustrations were misidentified. Although your first attempt might be a challenge, it’ll be worth it as the final product will impress your friends and family.Use them to decorate your trees and presents for your holiday party, or hang them from your light fixtures for your New Years Eve bash.Link.

6 thoughts on “Holiday Project: Paper Stars

  1. googlit says:

    I’ve been making these for years. An easy way to get the paper cut into strips:
    Take an 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper, fold it in half, and run it through an old shredder that doesn’t do cross-cuts. Then you’re ready to go… it’s folded for you and everything. You do end up with pretty small stars, though. It’s easier to learn on bigger paper.

  2. Sheets Paper says:

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  3. Brenda Martin says:

    I used to make these with my mom when I was a child. We would dip them in wax and sprinkle them with glitter. I have been looking for directions for these for YEARS!!!! I am so excited to find this!

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