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Make A Perfect Star With ONE Cut Bonus: Make a Star in Middle of Star

2012 November 28

Click image  to go to billygorilly.com and get printable instructions

I think this is so fun and easy too. I posted a new video showing you how to make a perfect 5-point star out of paper with one snip of  your scissors. At the end of the video you will learn how to make a perfect star cut out in the center of your star.

Some say this was the way Betsy Ross cut the fabric to make perfect stars for the American Flag.

Notes:

  • Use a  thin piece of paper like regular printer paper. If it’s to thick it will be hard to cut.
  • Paper size 8.5 in. x 11 in.
  • These make fun package decorations. Use the back to write a note.
  • Make star garland by stringing a bunch of stars together
  • Glitter glue makes it easy and fun for the kids to add a little sparkle to their stars

 

Get more stars and stripes activities along with the printable 5-point star instructions here

 

 

Have you made these stars before? Share your tips and tricks with our readers by leaving a comment. Also feel free to share and stuff like that.

Quick Link: Printable 5-point start instructions

The music in the video is from Billy Gorilly’s cd Happy Birthday Gertie “G-G-G-Goofy “song find it on Amazon  or iTunes

Learn more about Billy Gorilly visit our website BillyGorilly.com

 

I hope you have some fun making stars!


and the Billy Gorilly crew

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4 Responses Post a comment
  1. December 21, 2012

    Great pattern and I love that it’s just one cut! COol! 🙂

  2. January 15, 2013

    I’ve watched this before, and I’m always blown away. Amazing. There is a baby shower with red, white, and blue colors. Stars would be perfect!

  3. January 15, 2013

    Thank you for this great tip! I think that this will make my arts and crafts projects much much easier now 🙂 The star shape also can be used for many occasions

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