A 3D paper star might just
be the thing you were looking for to add some Christmas feeling around the house! Children love Christmas decorations and seeing their own put up
around the house will make them very proud.
Three dimensional paper craft decorations look very attractive hanging in your windows or on your Christmas tree. They're surprisingly easy to make and you can decorate them in various ways!
You don't need much material to make these stars and even very young children will have fun making them.
Follow our step-by-step instructions below and enjoy your homemade Christmas decorations!
What you need:
1. Draw two stars onto the coloured card and cut them out. Decorate both stars with glitter glue or stars. Let it dry.
2. Carefully cut one star from a point to its centre. Cut the other star from between two points to its centre.
3. Align the cuts and slide the stars together. Make a small hole where the stars meet and thread a cord through to hang them up.
If you enjoyed making our 3D star why not make some more? You can easily use a variety of shapes to create 3D trees, hearts or baubles. It also looks very attractive to have several stars of various sizes hanging in your windows!
Do you like working with paper? Why not give our Origami Snowflakes a try? They are quick and easy to make and it's always great fun to unfold them!
Not quite what you had in mind?
Have a look at our Reindeer Rudolph page! What would Christmas be without our favourite reindeer!