A model design of Guadalupe Martinez]
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These stars are named “Mailing Stars” because they are flat and can be easily mailed in an envelope.
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Tips and suggestions for making the Mailing Stars
- Any thin and crisp paper is ideal to use for this flower. Copy paper, kami, tant, gift wrapping papers can all be used for this model.
- In the video, the model is demonstrated using thin kami paper. In the U.S. kami is known as “origami paper”.
- Use a piece of paper that’s at least 6 x 6 inches (15 x 15 cm.) when you make this model for the first time.
- Only one side of the paper shows in the front. It is not necessary to have paper colored differently on each side.
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