If you ever wanted to make these pretty stars or just need a refresher, I have an easy to follow, step-by-step video tutorial that will have you on your way.
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Before I knew it I had made a star in each color.
One to match the wedding invitation is packaged in a cellophane bag and closed with a tag (Bag found in candy making department of craft store and tag made on computer and stapled closed)
If you are giving stars as gifts, you might want to include a card. I created a FREE printable for you with a place for the recipient’s name on the front, a little history about the stars on the inside and storage suggestions on the back. Get your printable by clicking German Folded Paper Stars Gift Card.
I also had some neutral colored paper so I made some stars (also called Moravian Stars or Froebel Stars) for autumn
Maybe you have made these stars before but forgot a few steps. If it has been a while since I made German Stars, I need a quick refresher. They aren’t hard to made at all but the folds have to be done correctly and in order. I have included a previously posted video tutorial for step-by-step how to so you can make lots of stars. Fill your Christmas tree with them or give as gifts. They really are beautiful.
German Star Video Tutorial
Note: In my original tutorial post, I suggest waxing the paper stars. I would continue to do this especially for the stars used outside for holiday decorating. I do not plan waxing the metallic stars because they are lovely as is but I won’t be using them outside.
How to Wax and glitter your Stars can be found by clicking How to Wax German Stars.
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