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Origami Five Pointed Star

How to make a Fun Origami Five Pointed Star with Free Flip Book

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If you’re looking for a fun and easy origami project, look no further than the Origami Five Pointed Star. This project can be completed in minutes, and all you need is a piece of paper! Best of all, we’ve included a free flip book so you can get started right away!

Supplies Needed for the Five Pointed Star Origami

1. Free Downloadable Origami Five Pointed Star Instructions

Origami Five Pointed Star

Origami Five Pointed Star Tutorial Video

Check out our Five Pointed Star Origami Video below!

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How to make an Origami Five Pointed Star?

I’ll show you how to make Origami Five Pointed Star easily. It’s a great way to get creative and fun with paper folding. Making origami Stars is not only an excellent way to teach kids about shapes, but they’re also adorable. So, if you are looking for a quick art project, look no further!

1. Grab the paper.

Start with some construction paper and a pair of scissors.

Origami Five Pointed Star

2. Fold in half.

Take the paper and fold it in half. Then bend it upwards like in the picture. Make sure to get a good crease!

Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star

3. Bend the paper.

With the paper overlapped, begin folding the sections. Then bend it together until it looks like this.

Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star

4. Cut the paper.

Use the scissors to cut a section out of the paper star.

Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star

5. Continue folding.

Open the star, then fold each half of the paper. Do that for each side.

Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star

6. Make the star.

Now fold the paper inwards using the creases to make the 5 pointed star. Follow the pictures for guidance.

Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star

7. Overlap the layers.

Take each layer and begin to fold inwards. Do that for all 5 of the star tips.

Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star
Origami Five Pointed Star

That’s It! You just created a Paper 5-Pointed Star.

Congratulations! Easy Peazy Leamon Squeezy!

Origami Five Pointed Star

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Wrapping up How to Make a Fun Origami Star

In conclusion, making a fun paper Star is a great way to spend an afternoon with friends or family. With just a few supplies and a little bit of patience, anyone can make these beautiful Five-Pointed Star. So, grab some paper and get folding!

If you are interested in making a Star, we hope that our article will help you get started! Please email us if you have any questions about making an Origami Paper Star.

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