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I've liked making little paper stars for years now, and decided to see just how small I could get them. These tiny paper stars were the perfect size ...
1/8 in wide strips of paper. You can cut these yourself, but paper made for quilling usually comes in this size. Elmers, or other, white glueScissors
You will need to find something the size of your finger to wrap your base around. I had a small bottle of tacky glue that worked for my ...
I've included a video tutorial above. The first step to fold your star is to tie an overhand knot in the paper. Flatten it so you have a ...
Once your star is your desired thickness, cut the end and tuck in the little tail.
Use your fingernail to push against the flat edges of the pentagon a bit. Do this on every side until it becomes a 3-dimensional star. This can take ...
Use some more glue to attach the stars to the ring and let dry. For a stronger hold, you might consider using craft glue or even hot glue.
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