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BY MEG ON 12/6/2010 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN christmas decorations, holiday decorations, room decor
I had a friend who taught me how to make these way back in 3rd grade and I'm in 9th now. I taught my mom how this year and we made a giant one, it's nice to see this technique again. But don't you need 6 pieces of paper, not 5? Otherwise it looks like a star.
by blueeyes67 on 12/24/2010 3:02:59 PM
I looked this up on youtube and figured out how to do it. it turned out to be incredibly easy. last week while i was babysiting i made this with them to hang up on there christmas tree, they were pretty exited about the job that they had done
by sarahjanehaha on 12/18/2010 8:44:31 PM
omg!! i love doing theese!! when i was in 5th (7th now) grade my art teacher taught the whole grade how to do theese.. we made sooo many!!
by X-MasBabey97 on 12/12/2010 8:45:43 PM
yah the instructions are kinda confusing when you are just reading them, but if you have a piece of paper in ur hands n ur doing it while ur reading the instructions, its a lot easier!! i just did one of the point things and now im about to do the other 5 so that i have made a whole one. its gonna look pretty!! its best if you use colored paper that is kinda shiny like in the picture.
by crazychicaincali on 12/11/2010 3:19:35 PM
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