An easy holiday paper ornament.
Need a lovely handmade gift for someone special? This Origami Quilt Star is a double gift.
In making it you will be giving yourself some time of peaceful meditation and joy, and also end up with something you can give as a meaningful present: an ornament made with your own hands.
I named this model ‘Quilt Star’ because it looks like a traditional quilting block called Star Flower. It is a close cousin of the Star of Gratitude, previously shown on Origami Spirit.
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Tips and suggestions for making the origami Quilt Star
- In the videos the star is demonstrated using very thin paper called Kami.
- To make the basic star use two squares of paper sized 6 × 6-inch (15 × 15cm) for the center units and two equal squares of contrasting color for the points.
- The finished central part of the star shows both sides of the paper. For best effect it’s best to use paper of different color on each side.
- If you are just beginning your adventure in the art of paper folding, you might want to make a few stars using flat color paper, and then go ahead and use patterned paper.
- Make a collection of stars, featuring pictures of your family and loved ones in the central frame. Hang them on the Christmas tree.
- For the central pieces, use beautiful mandala papers available here as Instant Download.
- For more ideas on what to use as central inserts, click HERE and take a look to this blog post on the Gratitude Star.
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i really wanted to do a origami quilt star but without sign in