Activity DesignerStephanie Sims
These eight-pointed stars are so pretty, and so easy to make! Use pretty papers, or make your own with drawings and glitter if you'd like. Either way, they're sure to be beautiful!
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How We Did It
Then she opened it again, folded it diagonally the other way too, and then had this. I marked the paper for her by making dots a little under half-way to the center.
Maddie cut the folds that had a dot drawn on them. (She only cut up to the dot.) Then she took an edge that she had cut, and folded the paper up to the diagonal line. She went all around the paper, folding up to the diagonal lines.
Then she folded the second half of each triangle over the first (glued) half. This is easily done if you put one finger inside the star point, and press.
When both sides were done, we added on a bit of glue to one side, like so, and just pressed the sides together.