Starry Star

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Introduction: Starry Star

About: welcome to my space where I share my creativity and love for do-it-yourself projects. im not really creative, diy'ing to save some bucks. do get in touch or just say hi xxx

Things you will need:

Craft paper
Glue
Pair of scissors/paper knife
A pencil
A ruler

Step 1: Step One:

Start drawing lines, mine were ½ cm thick or you could use a paper shredder to get even paper stripes.

And cut out all stripes in to 8” long

You will need 12 paper stripes to make one star.

Step 2: Step Two:

Place 3 stripes over another 3 stripes as shown in the picture. And glue them

You will need some paper clips for the next step. You have to glue each outer stripe together to form a petal. (Refer the picture)

And secure with a paper clip to hold it in place. You can remove the clips once it is dried. Make two of these. You will need two pieces to make one star.

Step 3: Finally

You will have 4 bare ends in each piece. Glue each bare end to the center of each petal in the other piece. (Refer picture)

You will have a puffy star at the end, put some glue to the center and attach both together.

Attach a code and hang :)  tee-hee 

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    15 Comments

    This looks like something even *I* could make....and it'll look so neat hanging in the RV!

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    you should definitely give it a go, let me know how it turns out if you try :)

    THIS! is the prettiest AAANNND easiest star I have ever seen! Thank you for sharing :-)

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    Thank you :), your comment made my day

    Must try to do this, its a beautiful decoration! :-)

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    Very pretty!!! And easy to follow directions are excellent!

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    Thanks, I'm glad you like it. Happy new year :)