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Make a Woven Star Ornament

28 November 2009 8,634 views 5 Comments

by heather

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I love the intricate look of this paper star. So elegant (especially with that fine dusting of glitter!) Make a woven star ornament using recycled cardboard, glue, and glitter. Project by INFUSEDgoods. Check out her video tutorial to learn how to do it. [click here for project page]

Project Estimate:

  • Recycled cardboard (thin), on hand
  • Glue, on hand
  • Paperclips, on hand
  • Glitter, on hand or $1

Total: FREE

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  • Nora said:

    This is gorgeous! I love it! All hail the cardboard crafts!

    Keep up the fab work Heather!!!

  • Sabrina's Charm said:

    I just made a few of these using regular computer paper and hung them from the chandelier! I first tried it with index cards but found that the paper is a little more “forgiving”. I made one the full length of the paper and two using half length.

  • Iryna from Renewstuff said:

    Loved it! Thank you very much for sharing this idea. I will be giving it a try as soon as I have some free time…

  • Nicci @ Nicci's DIY Wedding said:

    So fun! I wanna make a million of them!

  • Dana said:

    I made a couple and played with paper types and the length/width of the strips. I agree paper is more forgiving then cardboard. Cardstock was a good middle ground.
    Longer strips make a wider star.

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