These can be made from white computer paper for 4th of July. Hang them from white thread (poke through with a needle) anywhere you like or attach them to a wreath. Make them from red and blue papers also if you like. Use them as filler in a vase or apothecary jar. Scatter them along a buffet table.
If they are old enough, this can be a kids' Fourth of July craft too. For Christmas use scraps of wrapping paper to make the stars. Have fun!
Click here for the mini star tutorial at Opane.
Another origami tutorial is for a much bigger 5-pointed star that looks really great for 4th of July. It is supposed to be at a beginner level, but there are a lot of steps. Click here for the very clear tutorial for the large star at OrigamiMake.
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