Searching for some easy but glamorous and free decorations for your Christmas or New Year’s party? STOP – you’ve found them! Check out these easy diy paper stars!
Diy Paper Stars
Last time I thought I won a lottery. No, really, I came across an awesome tutorial! You know the tutorials you like, click and pin for later? Not one like that. Better!! One that made me jump with joy – and I needed to try it out right away. SIMPLE DIY PAPER STARS – aren’t they just perfect for decorating a Christmas or New Year’s party!?
Now, first things first – credits: I made them following the clear and lovely tutorial at ANNEKATA blog. (Edit: link not active any longer, but still: Kathrin, your Super Easy Paper Stars tutorial rocks, girl!!)
I had tons of other work to do, yet the simplicity and the glam effect of these beauties made me stop and grab some decorative paper and start cutting and glueing. This was the result. Isn’t it just PERFECT for a party at Christmas or New Year?
I, for example, was curious enough to hand them to my toddler. Since they are so lightweight, he would handle them really gently, using precise and slow-motion movements when taking them in his hands and placing them back. On a side-note: it’s incredible how sensitive the little hands are: give a toddler something sturdy – it will be tossed around, even land on the floor from time to time. Give him something gentle, breakable, he’ll handle it with all due care and love. And we think the kids just don’t get it!
– pencil, scissors, glue
– a string or some twine (you can make them yourself – check here)