Paper, cardboard paper, pencilLet's begin!
Step 1: For varieties of star, some stars are made of 8 x 8cm, some 10 x10cm depending on your preference. First, start to cut them into the preferred measurement. Create a template of thin cardboard, which is easier for you to draw around and cut afterwards. The sample star created here are of a square of 10x10 cm
Step 2: Follow the pic below, with a point facing you, fold the paper in the middle
Step 3: Fold along the center line sides
Step 5: Grasp the top point and fold it towards the right. It will create a little triangle below. Fold up again and do the same on the opposite side. After that, turn to the other side.
Step 6: Based on the photo above, grasp the lower tip and fold it to the left of the fold that you made before you turned the paper.
Step 7: Notice, you now have a sloping triangle which is longer on the other side. The largest triangle has a center fold, which you should fold here, put the left part to the right. Bend the small triangle, follow the tracks after the crossing as folded earlier.
Make sure it does look like above... Dont worry you will need plenty of time to practice, in order for you to fold into the eight.
Step 8: Now, come to the hardest part. A star are pieces that comes together from those flap created as mentioned above. By putting the smallest tip behind the flaps to the largest. Note that, it may become a bit difficult to get into the last if too lose, therefore its advisable to tighen them eventually.
Tadaa! When all parts are put together, gently pull the end to tighten them up.
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