2 Fold up the bottom corner. Below is a diagram of the five steps to make the star.
Use a drop of tacky glue to secure it.
How to make a big paper star. Starting from the top of the bag make a capital letter T with your glue. Tie a knot at the end of a length of string and place it inside a corner of one of the stars as shown. Stamp and decorate the star points as desired.
Once you have seven bags in a stack make sure they are all facing the same direction. This helps to make the folds more even. Make a Loop in the Paper.
Print one each of page 1 2 and 3 and nine of page 4. Decorate Cut and Score the Points. One paper lantern or tissue pom costs normally 2-5 compared to the cost of one paper star.
Fold a Loop at One End of the Paper Kate Pullen. Normal copy weight paper or just slightly heavier printed scrapbook paper works very well. Print and cut the paper star template.
You really only need one supply to make an origami star. This is easiest to do while the paper is still flat and you havent yet assembled the star. Then you will be ready to glue.
1 Fold your paper in half see image two. Cut along blue lines and score along orange lines. Repeat the steps to make a second paper star.
A piece of paper. The first step is to count out 7 paper bags. To make the knot form a loop at one end of the strip of paper.
Cardstock will not work because its just too heavy and stiff to perform well with all the folding. If you want a rusty metal paper star print the rust texture included in the downloads onto the back side of page 4. The foam dots will give the star some dimension and make it pop up off of the background accent star.
Origami Star Supplies. Apply Adhesive foam dots to the blue star. Allow the paper to dry fully after stamping and decorating before you begin folding it.
You will need square pieces of paper we used 3 different sizes one the width of an A4 piece of paper one HALF the width of an A4 piece of paper and the last using any leftover paper to make some smaller stars. Begin with a square sheet of paper and in the first step fold it in half. Adding the Star.
Point C in step 2 is about 13 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. If you want a white paper star lantern thats all for the printing. The basic shape of the star is created by making a knot out at one end of the strip of paper and flattening this to give a pentagon shape.
Continue through the other steps. In other words make sure the openings of the bags are at one end together.