Curled Paper Star

Curled Paper Star

Curled Paper Star

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Let’s welcome the new year with some curled paper stars and wish upon a star that the new year will be a better year for everyone. Here are my new year quotes to all my lovely craft sisters or brothers:

Whatever you did last year, Do it better
Go step by step, One day at a time
Believe in your abilities at all times
Finish what you have started

Hope everyone has had a wonderful Christmas!!!! I literally ate too much, walked a bunch and stayed at home too little during the holiday; I was physically drained. We had a great week where we spent a long weekend in Singapore with my family, visiting some of Singapore famous tourist attractions; and meeting ups old friends and relatives, updating each of our latest event of life. The kids had a wonderful time there and it sure was a memory-making trip for us.

After came back from the weekend trip and just before Christmas Day, I managed to steal some times to make these quick and easy curled paper stars. These curled paper stars were such a hit recently, we see them everywhere, from internet, on trees, on gift wraps, on Christmas stocking, on table’s center-piece, in cars, even on the walls of the restaurants. I know I must make some and here they are, love the sheen on the curls :)

{CLICK HERE to get the pattern & tutorial of “Curled Paper Star”.}

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  1. I love your stars. They are just beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

  2. You can do the same with post it notes too, just stick one sticky side of one post it to the non sticky side of another and you have your surface for a star segment.

  3. How nice!! How sweet the girl is, clear spoken, no stammering! Clear directions!!!Excellent job!@ Next Martha Stewart!!!

  4. Very awesome

  5. This is a quick way to decorate your house or a gift package. I think that it is easy to do and I like the stars.

  6. easy I’m going to make some with wrapping paper.

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