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How to make a german christmas star

Make a German Christmas Star

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Trace two 4" circles, two 3" circles, and one 2.5" circle onto foil paper. Templates can be purchased at http://www.globalcrafting.com/ or you can use cups.

Trace two 4" circles, two 3" circles, and one 2.5" circle onto foil paper. Templates can be purchased at http://www.globalcrafting.com/ or you can use cups.

Each circle is divided into 8 sections.

Each circle is divided into 8 sections.

Cut them out.

Cut them out.

For right dominate. Use you left thumb and index finger to begin rolling each section onto the tip of a sharp pencil. Roll from corner to corner of the section.

For right dominate. Use you left thumb and index finger to begin rolling each section onto the tip of a sharp pencil. Roll from corner to corner of the section.

If you have problems, check out the video on http://www.globalcrafting.com/.

If you have problems, check out the video on http://www.globalcrafting.com/.

I turned mine around so the green would show:)

I turned mine around so the green would show:)

Begin with the largest two stars when gluing together.use a dab of weld bond for a glue dot.

Begin with the largest two stars when gluing together.use a dab of weld bond for a glue dot.

Use your eraser tip to press second star down firmly.

Use your eraser tip to press second star down firmly.

Repeat by adding the 2 medium stars, then the smallest last. Allow to dry.

Repeat by adding the 2 medium stars, then the smallest last. Allow to dry.

Use a needle and thread inserted into a larger star for hanging as an ornament.

Use a needle and thread inserted into a larger star for hanging as an ornament.

You can also make these with any paper and Elmer's glue. Foil paper can be ordered from http://www.globalcrafting.com/.

  • http://www.globalcrafting.com/
  • Tooling Foil or foil lined paper
  • Sharp pencil
  • A circle to trace
  • Scissors
  • Needle and thread
  • Weld bond, or glue dots