Rosa Cooking

3D double star

Here is another decorative star. To make it you need a little patience, will, paper, scissors and glue!

3D double star

Preparation steps

  • Cut 2 squares of the same size out of paper!
  • Fold the paper in half and then again in half as in the picture!
  • Now fold the paper diagonally as in the picture!
  • Cut the paper in half on all four sides!
  • Bend the ends diagonally and glue. Make 4 tops. You are now done with the first star. So make another star!
  • Glue the stars to each other as in the picture!

Serving

I made the star out of white paper to make it look better. You choose the color and size you want!

Tags

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