I took a piece of tissue paper cut a circle out of it about 12-inch larger in radius than my drawing above and traced the star pattern onto it. To save on paper or if your paper is quite thick use one sheet and cut it in half starting from step 4.
But for your star or stars youll simply decide based on your project how big you need the star to be.
How to make a huge paper star. You should have 11 regular stars and one star with a hole in the middle so 12 stars in total. Put glue at the very base of the petal. Move the paper on the opposite side the side that doesnt have glue so its on top of the glued side.
We made a stencil out of clear folders waaaaay back. Using six-inch paper results in a star that is 34 inches. Lay a sheet of paper on a flat surface place the ruler on the paper and draw a straight line across the paper.
Origami purists will frown upon me using scissors but hey this is the 21st century not feudal Japan – The finished star Christmas ornaments will be about 60 of the size of the square you start with. You will require 2 bits of square paper ideally printer paper or development paper yet you can utilize any sort of paper you like. Start at the open points and draw a diagonal line down on each side connect the lines and form what appears as an upside-down triangle.
If you made nice firm creases throughout the entire project the star should hold itself together. Just choose the solid version and scale it down so that all 12 stars fit on one piece of 12 x 12 paper. Instead make a new crease and create the last side of the star.
Take a large petal and place a thin line of hot glue along the cut line at the base. Curl the edge of the large petal outward. To make a star with Christmas lights you simply need to make an outline for the star using wooden rods which you can line with white or colored lights for a pretty star that looks professionally made.
For this Instrucatble I used a graphics editor in an image 800×800. Well in the event that you have your karma on the grounds that in 8 steps I will show you how to make the quickest paper ninja star ever. We have made SEVERAL of them throughout history of All Things Thrifty.
So a 12 square will make a 7 star or a 85 square will make a 5 star. Strictly speaking glue and tape arent used in origami but you might want to put a few dots of glue here and there to hold the star in place especially if youre going to display it for awhile. For this simple origami youll need two sheets of square paper.
The largest I have ever made is on a 45 radius for a Captain America shield but you can go as big or small as you need. Star Pattern Traced Onto Tissue Paper Then I made some blue stars. How to make a paper ninja star Have you ever needed to make a paper ninja star that could go as fast as a plane.
A lighted star is a great holiday decoration that can be displayed inside or outside your house for a warm festive look. Its no secret that making stencils is something of a hobby of ours. Tiger Willow Shells in 2-12 Days Day 1 and Day 2 included instructions for making and priming pumped stars.
How to Assemble a 3D Paper Star 20-Point Moravian Star Cut out all of your stars.