Stars! And you can hide cute messages or fortunes inside to be unwrapped

Lucky Stars

Free tutorial with pictures on how to fold an origami shape in under 1 minutes by paper folding and paper folding with scissors and paper.

How to Make Lucky Paper Stars

Make Lucky Paper Stars

My current Country Living craft project: Book Storage Boxes. Free printable labels on my blog: http://justsomethingimade.com/2012/06/country-living-readers-digest-book-storage-boxes/

62 Ways to Make Something New Out of Something Old

Recycled Craft Ideas - Mason Jar and Recycled Crafts - Country Living Making a storage box out of two old books. The ones in the picture are old Readers Digest Condensed Books

Paper stars like Claire makes!  Great to write a little note on the inside and give as a gift!

Paper stars like Claire makes! Great to write a little note on the inside and give as a gift!

Origami Budgie How To - learn how to make these cute paper birds

How To Make an Origami Budgie

We LOVE Origami for Kids and it isn't as hard as it looks. You just have to select the right Easy Origami for Kids projects and off you go.

Origami Maniacs 98: Origami Bialbero Christmas Tree By Francesco Guarnieri

Origami Maniacs 98: Origami Bialbero Christmas Tree By Francesco Guarnieri

Origami Maniacs Origami Bialbero Christmas Tree By Francesco Guarnieri, Show Your Crafts and DIY Projects.

How to make a Paper Star

How to make a lucky origami star? now we will begin origami star instructions, tutorial teaching how to make a origami star, really quick to make, and you don't need any special materials to make them.

Origami Ideas│Origami - #Origami

This is the gallery of my paper art. I adore modular origami technique, kusudamas and papercraft geometric objects. You can find here visual ideas, some diagrams and tutorials of my beautiful kusudamas.

Origami Star. I've seen this made from sheet music that was printed on off white paper.

Paper star tutorial - would make a great wreath for the front door, if made out of 2 sided Christmas paper!

Baby Moses in the basket. My class loved this craft! Brown paper bag, rolled down, green construction paper cut to look like long grass, stapled to the sides, painted the bottom blue to look like water. Baby is just 3 cotton balls swaddled nice and tight!

BABY MOSES Craft: Brown paper bag rolled down, green construction paper cut to look like long grass stapled to the sides. Baby is just 3 cotton balls swaddled nice and tight!

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