Make Your Own Paper Star Christmas Decoration - Toronto Teacher Mom

Make Your Own Paper Star Christmas Decoration

Tuesday, December 16, 2014


This paper craft was taught to me by one of my teacher colleagues at work. She does them every year with her students and every year I marvel at how beautifully they turn out. Last week, she showed me how to make them and now I'm hooked! If you're interested in learning how, let me know and I can post a tutorial on how to make your own paper star/snowflake Christmas decoration. It's a great activity the whole family can enjoy!

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35 COMMENTS

  1. I remember doing this in school! I cant seem quite remember how actually but I think if I will try I can! I will try later after school run I think =)

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  2. That's a really lovely paper snowflake that you made. Really jazzes up the Christmas tree.

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  3. Beautiful ornament!!! Thanks for hosting, *Happy Hoildays*
    Karren

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  4. What a beautifully decorated tree your ornament finishes it off nicely :-)

    Have a prexmastastic week :-)

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  5. Hari OM
    What a stunning star! Have done similar things in the past, but this is particularly pretty. YAM xx

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  6. That is really cool. I remember trying it in school and it turned out backwards.

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  7. That is just gorgeous. My girls banned me from tree decorating for a third year in a row. Yes I'm a tad OCD. They've gone from my burgandy and gold theme to a disco ball theme. Urgh.

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  8. This is gorgeous! Very festive and fun! (Anne Taylor)

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  9. Very pretty! Would love to learn how to make them! (Judy Cowan)

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  10. Oooh! Pretty! You know, I think that once upon a time, I used to know how to make that. LOL.

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  11. That looks better than most of them.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2014/12/ww-bad-mood.html

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  12. Boo would love making these! Tutorial please :)

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  13. Those are really cool. I would love to see the tutorial sometime.

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  14. that is very pretty. would love to give it a try

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  15. Oh that looks wonderful! Yes do post the tute pls :)

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  16. Gorgeous! I had to look twice no idea it was made of paper. Would LOVE a tutorial!

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  17. Gorgeous! would love to know how to make them. your photo captured the decoration beautifully.
    Stopping by from Simply Ria
    http://riacabral.blogspot.com/

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  18. I love how pretty that turned out!

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  19. This looks amazing! Great job - thanks for sharing! :)
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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  20. Wooow...you're making it yourself? Such a beautiful ornament...looks perfect for the tree..

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  21. How pretty! That would look nice on our tree.

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  22. This is so pretty! I would love to make one.

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  23. It's beautiful, I would love to learn how to make them, they look like they could be hard to make, especially if your not very good at crafting!

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  24. I love this! It's so beautiful!

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  25. I use to make these when I was a child, so many years ago

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  27. so pretty! my son made one many years ago in school !

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  28. My daughter made one at school and it was very pretty..

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  29. my kids love making these every year!

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  30. My neighbour has two of these paper stars hanging in her window all year round!

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