Stars made from folded paper are so easy to create that within a half hour you can have enough on hand to adorn all of your presents, string into garlands, or decorate a tree. Employ them in one corner of a room or use them to establish a unified decorative theme throughout the whole house. Each star is made by folding and cutting a single square of paper of any size.
Until you master the techniques, practice by making four or five-pointed stars from scraps; wrapping-paper remnants are ideal. If you're unhappy with a star, refold it and cut it again at a different angle. Fashion translucent shapes from waxed paper, glassine, or tissue; for sturdier, opaque stars, use construction paper. The more points a star has, the more folds you will need to make, so keep the thickness of the stock in mind before you start.
Leave the finished shapes plain or dab glue on them and sprinkle with gold, silver, blue, red, or green glitter -- or any combination that strikes your fancy. The sky's the limit. Fold a square of paper in half to form a rectangle, and place it on your work surface so that the crease is at the top and the open end is at the bottom.
Take the left corner and fold it over so it meets the right corner; this makes a smaller triangle. With a pair of sharp scissors, cut down diagonally from the right edge of the triangle to just below the midpoint on the left edge. Bring the upper-right corner down to a point on the left edge of the rectangle, about one-third of the way from the lower-left corner. Bring the top-left corner down and to the right. The top of the paper will now look like a triangle bisected by a vertical line. Using the topmost point for reference, fold the paper in half vertically.
Cut from the right edge of the shape down to the midpoint on the left edge.
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Bring the upper-right corner down to a point on the bottom edge of the rectangle, about one-quarter of the way from the lower-left corner. Bring the upper-left corner down and to the right so that the top edge of the shape meets the right edge.
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MAKE A PAPER BAG STAR in under 5 minutes - KICKASS CRAFT from Ladyland. I recently made these paper stars for my daughters birthday party. They are. This template is meant for a board sized at 12W x 14H board. Template can be taped and centered on board. Nail through the paper and rip paper out when.
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