A Thousand Paper Stars
You've heard the saying "A thousand paper cranes?" Well, this is our own collection of paper stars we find. Help us find more! You can also share with on on Twitter @NameAStarLive or on Facebook at NameAStarGifts
Apollo 11 splashed down at 11:49 a.m. CDT, July 24, 1969 in the Pacific Ocean. In this photo, the Apollo 11 crew awaits pickup by a helicopter from the USS Hornet, prime recovery ship for the historic lunar landing mission. The fourth man in the life raft is a United States Navy frogman. All four men are wearing biological isolation garments. The frogman sprayed the astronauts with a disinfectant as a guard against the possibility of their contaminating the Earth with Moon "germs."
Hanging Stars: Download our star template below. Cut out two star shapes from card stock. Slit one star from the top point to the middle and the second from the bottom to the center point. Adorn each star with leftover buttons, gems, and stickers. Slide the two stars together, punch a hole at the top, and thread ribbon through the hole for hanging.