Glittered paper star wreath
Made from old paperback book pages, add some glitter and presto:
Looks like a delicate pastry made for the walls.
Here’s how I made the paper star:
1. Using a 3D cardboard star shape (thank you Grandma) slice in half:
2. Prepare paper rolls.
Carefully remove old paperback pages.
Tear in half for a more squarish shape.
Roll into cone shape and hot glue.
3. Make lots of paper rolls:
4. Start by gluing rolls onto star points:
Then in the crevices:
5. Fill in all the between sections:
6. Add the next layer leaving top portion of previous layer exposed:
7. This star has 2 layers with an extra layer on top only to emphasize the points:
8. To add the glitter, brush on white glue just on the edges of the roll, doing only a few at a time:
9. Shake glitter onto glue (be sure to do this over scrap paper to collect the excess glitter for re-use).
Hang and enjoy
Previously I shared a rectangular version here:
But the star is definitely better suited for Christmas:
And I just made some mini star ornaments too:
Get the full tutorial on these little ones here.
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