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    Woven star tutorial out of old book pages.

    • Marlinda Beachy

      Woven star tutorial out of old book pages.This is paper star tutorial #2.-this woman has some really amazing paper craft tutorials.

    • Linda Haynes

      House Revivals: Make a Woven Star from Vintage Book Pages, Tutorial Part Two I wouldn't destroy a book but print my own papers.

    • Helen Conachan

      DIY Christmas woven star tutorial out of vintage book pages ♥

    • Stephanie Larson

      I LOVE THIS! Rosie, here is a Christmas craft for our get together. Woven star tutorial out of old book pages...

    • Anita Bennett

      woven paper snowflake! @Joanna Szewczyk Gierak Jordan-for your office? girls craft night?!

    • Jillian-Kate

      Christmas Craft Idea: woven stars from old book pages | Tutorial via House Revivals

    • Keith Fowler

      House Revivals: Make a Woven Star from Vintage Book Pages, Tutorial Part Two

    • Erika R

      Woven star tutorial out of old book pages. christmas craft idea

    • Deb Tendick

      Make a Woven Star from Vintage Book Pages, Tutorial Part Two Finally! The tutorial for the second star is here! Do you all remember the tutorial for the original (first) woven star, found here? Now, I will show you how to make this star. Basically, you need to follow the instructions for the original star, but instead of using six strips per ornament side (for a total of twelve strips per ornament), you will use ten strips per side, for a total of twenty strips per ornament. When you weave your sides together, they should look like this. You will needs two "sides" like this to make one star. Secure each intersection with a tiny drop of clear drying glue just like you did for the original star. Next, you will create the star's "points". Do this by gluing together the ends of adjacent corner strips. Remember to put a twist in each strip before gluing, just like I showed you in the first tutorial. In the original star, you just glued one set of strips per corner, but for this star you will glue two sets per corner, as shown. Use clips to secure the points until the adhesive cures. Do all four corners, or "points" the same way. Once the glue has cured, and you remove the clips, you should have two "sides" that look like this. Now, you will put the two sides together just as you did for the original star, rotating the top side 45 degrees, so that the "points" from the two sides are offset, to form what will be an eight-pointed star. Weave the remaining strip on each side through the points on the other side, as shown. Glue and clip. Continue until all the points have been secured. When the glue has dried, remove the clips. Create a hanger, as shown in the original tutorial. Embellish as desired, or leave your star plain. I chose to add a bit of glitter and tinsel to mine, as well as a fringed rosette for the top of the star -- this helps camouflage where the hanger was secured. Watch for the tutorial for the third star! If you are not already a follower, you may want to to click on follow in my side bar, so you're sure not to miss the third installment. In the third installment, we will be making this delicate looking star. Enjoy your Christmas crafting!

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