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November 30, 2017

Waldorf Paper Stars

A couple of months ago, you may remember that my dear friend Amy came to visit. While she was here, she brought a Waldorf paper star inspired kit for us to do together after the kids went to bed! Yay for crafting with friends! We tried it together and it was a lot of fun! Fast forward to now, and I've decided that I would love to make more of them as decorations for Christmas! 

If you aren't familiar with Waldorf paper stars, they are colorful folded stars made from kite paper. The thick, yet translucent paper makes the most beautiful designs when folded and glued together. And, don't even get me started on how lovely it looks in the sunlight! 

Waldorf paper stars -- inspiration and resources for you to make your own.

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So far, I have made five {only four pictured} and they are really soothing! I'm not very good at making them perfect, but I am really enjoying the process! I have used this paper for making all of my stars. 

Waldorf paper stars -- inspiration and resources for you to make your own.


Here are some easy to follow tutorials, that I followed, for learning how to fold your own! 

GardenMama: I used this one for my large rainbow star

Meine Svenja: This post had a ton of great stars and awesome step by step instructions 

Arwen Art: This had good basic star tutorials

If you prefer a book, this book is what Amy and I used to start our star making when she came for a visit. But, the paper that came with was terrible, so don't plan on using it! 

Have you ever made Waldorf paper stars or something similar? How will you decorate this season? 


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