How to make a Waldorf Star. You can use any color combo. You will need origami paper, bees wax paper, or any paper you choose than will be easy to fold. Also, glue tabs and glue are needed. I used a hanger so I could display it. Green is a peaceful universal color for "growth". Your star may have symbolic meaning. And if not, come up with some meanings in your own unique star. Happy star making!
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