Holiday Craft Tutorial: Learn to Make German Stars With Minimal Swearing

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16 Responses

  1. Clea Stagnitti says:

    I can’t wait to try it! Thanks.

  2. tute-bot says:

    Thank you for making this tutorial! It’s so funny because I also have been wanting to learn how to make German stars for several years. And I did a lot of swearing every time I have tried too.

    But it never occurred to me to try it with different colors of paper. I think that is going to make all the difference.

    Wish me luck!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Yay! Great job. Love the bright colored one. ;) Totally feeling the challenge, too… “It can’t be that hard” are my famous last words…. ;)

  4. DianeP says:

    Thank you for sharing the great tutorial and video on making German Stars. Just saw a tv show about Christmas Markets around the world and there were lots of these stars on the trees. This would be a good project to try today!

  5. excited to try this. at the very least, i laughed really hard reading your tutorial. I will try to hold on to that when i am swearing at my stars. :)

  6. Trudy says:

    My granddaughter and I tried making the stars today; they are smaller and not nearly as cool as yours are, but we sure had fun. Doing it together eliminates the swearing and brings out the giggling! Thanks!

  7. jennifer says:

    Glad to hear you had fun and got through it without swearing, Trudy. :) My first star looked pretty sad, but the second and third were much improved. Stick with it. It gets a lot easier. Happy holidays!

  8. Chris says:

    Thank you for making that excellent tutorial. Please save the directions on your site for use after xmas. I don’t have time to do now, but it’ll be fun to do after xmas. I enjoyed watching all your steps.

  9. Amy PT says:

    Thank you for posting this! When I was in 5th grade, our teacher had each of us make one (brave woman!). Almost 25 years later, I still have mine. It will be good to try again as an adult.

  10. smitha says:

    Amazinggggg!!!!! Just so nice and nicely told. Thank you so much for posting this. I just loved reading it. donno, if i’m capable of doing it though… :)

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