Step by Step Origami Lucky Star Making

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Step by Step Origami Lucky Star Making

Introduction:

Also known as wishing stars, the origami lucky star is a fun and easy activity you can do on your spare time. The reason why it is called like that is because it is believed in some Asian countries that making a specific amount of these can bring you good fortune. For example, making 365 pieces of stars can bring a prosperous year and creating 999 stars can mean everlasting love for couples.

To make a piece of this, you will need a thin strip of paper.ย  You canย  buy these strips of paper from a craft store or you can make your own. Make sure that the strip should have a width and length ratio of 1:13. Once you have finished one origami lucky star, you can make a lot more and store it in a bottle for a nice decoration!

Difficulty Level: Easy

How to fold an Origami Wishing Star - Step 01

Start with a strip of paper and loosely tie the strip into a knot.

How to fold an Origami Wishing Star - Step 02

Pull both ends of the paper gently and then flatten the knot that was made.

How to fold an Origami Wishing Star - Step 03

Fold the end along the dashed lines. Crease the paper well and insert it inside the knot.

How to fold an Origami Wishing Star - Step 04

Bring the other end around the knot.

How to fold an Origami Wishing Star - Step 05

Wrap until you get the end of the strip, Insert that end inside the “pocket” of the knot.

How to fold an Origami Wishing Star - Step 06

Insert the end strip inside the “pockets”.

How to fold an Origami Wishing Star - Step 07

 

Push the middle of each edge with a fingertip. This will form the shape of the star.

How to fold an Origami Wishing Star - Finish

Once finished, make lots of these wishing stars and make your intentions come true.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. all my stars were different, and that’s okay because there’re like us, special

    • Cute ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  2. My friend taught me how to make these and she and I would sit together in history and make these all class. I miss doing that cause now weโ€™re stuck in quarantine :(((

  3. Ever since grade school, I’ve been making lucky stars and putting them in my glass jar.
    Still making em!

  4. This is so helpful! I need to make this for my school project thingy ๐Ÿ’›

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