If you’re unhappy with a star, refold it and cut it again at a different angle. Fold along all of dotted the lines on each point piece. Repeat until all five points are formed.
Begin With A Square Sheet Of Paper And In The First Step, Fold It In Half.
Any sort of paper will work, though you may want to start with something sturdier like printer paper. This marks the midpoint between the edges of the paper and our first fold. Print the star patterns onto thick card, cut out and decorate them, and hang them up as christmas ornaments or in a classroom display.
(Point C In Step 2 Is About 1/3 Rd Down Side Ad, Guess At It Or Actually Measure It.) (The Folds In Steps 3 And 4 Below Can Be Done Together Before Pressing Hard.
The creases to the tips should all be in the same direction and the creases between the tips in the opposite direction. Step 1, choose paper to start with. Watermarks will not be on the pdf.
Then Unfold The Small Piece.
Firstly take a piece of paper and cut it in the form of a square. Each star is made by folding and cutting a single square of paper of any size. Bring right edge ac and the left edge ab together, crease, and unfold.
Fashion Translucent Shapes From Waxed Paper, Glassine, Or.
Cut the corner off the paper so that when you unfold the paper you get two equilateral (ish) triangles. Below is a diagram of the five steps to make the star. This bend should be parallel with the first fold.
Give Them To Your Kids As Star Coloring Pages (Especially The Mixed Sizes Sheets).
Fold inwards at the top towards the scored line in the middle. Fold the triangle up again to the long edge. As a challenge, we considered what would be possible if we used an entire rectangle of paper to cut out precisely the four