I love it when the new generation teaches us old hands something. Last year my (then) 10yrs old neighbour showed me how to make this super simple Origami Star Wreath! I love that it looks “clever and complicated” and simply fabulous, but is actually very easy to make. It is a great way for kids to get into Origami and have a go at an easy beginner’s origami pattern. This would look wonderful as a Christmas decoration in festive colours, or make a yellow “star burst version” or even make one for the 4th July (the colours I chose for my wreath were meant to be Christmassy…. but ha, I think they work just as well if not better for the 4th July.. what do you think?!)!
We have many more beginners Origami projects for you to browse. Do take a look! We love origami, as you can make most thing out scraps of paper, any time, any place!
Origami Star Wrath materials:
- 15 sheets Origami Paper (US/ UK) (affiliate links)
- (you can use ordinary printer paper too, or recycle some newspaper or magazines, cut them into 15x15cm squares)