Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Folded Paper Star Tutorials

I've been noticing lots of pretty handmade stars around the interwebs recently which brought to mind others shown here in the past, so I decided to have a little fun by bringing them together in a collage.

As we hurtle into the season of decorating, perhaps you'll be inspired to give one or more a try.

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1. Window star 2. 3D folded star 3. Star lantern 4. Dimensional stars in a faceted vase 5. Origami stars 6. Puff Star

I'd like to wish my American readers a wonderful Thanksgiving complete with family, friends, and a delicious dinner. But first let me say how grateful I am for all of you who visit here, no matter where in the world you live. Your comments and emails always mean a lot, and it's so nice to know others share my enthusiasm for all things paper!

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful stars. I especially love number 6.

    Thank you for all the wonderful information, inspiration and guidance you give through this blog. Have a Happy Holiday.

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  2. beautiful Christmas decorations I love it!
    Greetings Baukje

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  3. I love Christmas stars but am so horrible at any kind of paper folding. #1 looks doable from looking at the tutorial. I've posted your collage on my Tumblr blog with a link back to your blog for all the links to the tutorials. My readers like origami and paper folding DIYs.

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    1. Thanks trueblue, I appreciate the share. Yes, #1 and #4 are probably the simplest. I'm pretty sure I would have trouble making #6, but it's so nice I had to include it.

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  4. what a great assortment of stars. I've made some of the 3D folded stars before or at least they look like the ones I've made

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  5. Thanks for all the links Ann. They all look fabulous.

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  6. Ah, thanks for the tutorial and the happy Thanksgiving wishes. Thank you for all you do on your lovely paper blog. I really enjoy it and am grateful for you too!

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  7. Ann,I love the stars and the links. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family....may it be a safe enjoyable weekend.
    Licia

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  8. ive made puff stars at my home..ive combined two colors...such pretty result..it's too cold outside so ive made some activities with my kids...like paper airplanes..
    http://extremepaperairplanes.com/category/cool-paper-airplanes/page/5/

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