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Easy Origami Stars - super lovely paper stars (five pointed paper stars), perfect as Christmas Decorations, New Year's Decorations or even bookmark them for the 4th July Decorations. Love love love paper crafts and these Origami Stars are just perfect. No
Around the World in 12 Dishes: Japan: Tanabata
Tanabata 七夕 is a Japanese holiday that is celebrated on July 7th every year. (Although in some places in Japan it is celebrated in August). This holiday came about because of a romantic story that…
DIY: How to make Woven Stars Here are the written steps on how to make a woven star: • Take 4 strips of paper (3 by 56 cms) and fold each in half, cut the top of each of them in a slant. • Place the...
Make a perfect star with ONE cut!
I thought this was interesting when I found instructions how to do this in a 70 year old magazine. Music by: Jason Shaw @ audionautix.comYou Tube user/audi...
Smash the Watermelon!!
Suikawari is a traditional Japanese game that involves splitting a watermelon with a wooden stick or a bat while blindfolded. It is often seen in summer at beaches and picnics. Although many local rules exist, usually a watermelon is placed on the ground, and the blindfolded participants one by one attempt to crush it after spinning around three times. And finally, the splitted chunks are shared among them.
Origami Lucky Star Strands
Hand made origami lucky star strands. These can be displayed in a window, in a nursery or playroom, used as a backdrop at a party. $5 per strand of 10. These can be rainbow colored or any colors of your choice.
Giant Paper Bag Stars | Paper Craft | Party Decor
Giant paper bag stars are the perfect paper craft decor for your next party. You can hang them from the ceiling or create a photo backdrop on the wall.