Make a wish! I wish... I knew how to fold a falling star out of origami. Well, now your wish is granted! This is an easy and fun tutorial that shows you how to fold a five pointed shooting star from origami paper!
Five Pointed Origami Star
You can learn how to fold a 5 point star. You start with one sheet of blank paper and fold it in half. You mark a halfway point on the bottom and then you fold the paper to that point.
This video shows how to make a 3D five point paper star. First cut a pentagon using a sharp flat blade and a ruler. Folding halfway between each two corners to the opposite corner. These folds are the points of the star. Make a mark half-way between the edge of the paper and t ...more
You're going to need a little money to make this pointed origami star, but not that much, unless you Mr. Moneybags or something. To keep this cheap, you can use dollar bills — five of them, which means five dollars. You can use five dollar bills, but that would mean you'd have ...more
Watch this origami video on folding a five point star using scissors.
These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a paper pointed star Japanese style. Learn how to use the Japanese art of origami to make your own paper pointed star. Use the start, stop, forward and back buttons to easily follow along. You can also speed up t ...more
Feeling ambitious? With this guide, you'll learn how to make a 3D star with five intersecting tetrahedra using origami, the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started ...more
A Christmas present is not the only thing you can get crafty with. Why not put that mix tape into a homemade origami box for a truly personal touch? This tutorial shows you how to origami a six-pointed star box. The shape is perfect for both Hannakuh celebrations and Christma ...more
This origami video shows you how to fold a twelve pointed star
Origami doesn't just have to fold animals. This origami video will teach you how you can fold your very own 5 pointed star/ bell flower.
This video origami tutorial shows how to transform a single sheet of square paper into an eight point star. Follow along with the demonstrator as she folds up this origami project. Watch this instructional video and learn how to origami a folded 8 point star.
Fold your own eight pointed transforming ninja star! This is a modular origami model, where you will join eight identical modular pieces together to form the star. You can even make this out of Post-It notes, or any square paper!
Watch this instructional origami video to fold an origami frisbee or eight pointed star. You will need eight pieces of origami paper to complete this project. This origami eight pointed star is based on an alteration of the traditional origami frisbee. You may want to look at ...more
This video origami tutorial shows how to fold any piece of paper into a 7-pointed shuriken, or Japanese ninja star. Every good ninja should know how to make their own shuriken. Follow along with this instructional video and learn how to fold your own 7-pointed shuriken ninja s ...more
This tutorial is aimed at someone who is already moderately familiar and experienced with origami. You can start with any size square of colorful paper. Then follow along with the folding instructions in this tutorial, and end with your own Star of David. Just in time for Hanu ...more
If you've already mastered the crane and the basic origami lucky star, then this five-pointed star is the next logical step to take. Made from a dollar bill, this origami project doesn't even require special materials to assemble. Check out the video to learn how to build thi ...more
Mastered pentagrams and hexagrams? There's only one place to go: heptagrams! With this guide, you'll learn how to make seven-pointed stars with origami, the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding p ...more
It's Monday, time to highlight some of the community submissions posted to the Math Craft corkboard. One of these posts inspired me so much, I think it merits a closer look. Today, I present a "simple" method for making a golden spiral using just a straight edge, a compass, an ...more
This is an 4 pointed ninja star or shuriken. You need a regular sheet of paper or a origami square sheet of paper, also scissors are optional for constructing this 4 pointed ninja star.
This video demonstrates how to create an origami ninja star. Prepare a square shaped piece of paper. Lay it down on a table or on a flat surface. Fold the paper right across the middle in a vertical orientation. Fold it once more in the same manner as the first fold, now creat ...more
Here's a good tutorial for those who are looking for some easy origami projects. Starting with a water bomb base, this tutorial shows you how to make a four pointed star you can use to decorate binders, scrapbooks or even Christmas trees.
Follow this example to fold an origami six pointed star. This video provides clear visual examples so that you will not need an instruction booklet. This six pointed star can be folded from a single piece of silver origami paper. The six pointed star is sometimes used as an or ...more
This origami tutorial will show you how to fold a six pointed star out of a regular piece of 8 1/2" X 11" paper. There are verbal instructions in Japanese for those who will find it useful, but the step by step visuals are quite clear. To fold an origami six pointed star, one ...more
Improve you crocheting skills by creating fun shapes. This how to video is a crocheting tutorial that will show you how to create a large star with five points. Crochet several of them, bind them together and create larger handmade projects.
This is a video tutorial in the Arts & Crafts category where you are going to learn how to fold a five-point paper barn star. You will need a square sheet of paper. Fold it in half to make a rectangle. Take the right folded corner and fold it up to the left edge of the rectang ...more
These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a paper six point star Japanese style. Learn how to use the Japanese art of origami to make your own paper six point star. Use the start, stop, forward and back buttons to easily follow along. You can also speed ...more
Improve you crocheting skills by creating fun shapes. This how to video is a crocheting tutorial that will show you how to create a small star with five points. Crochet several of them, bind them together and create larger handmade projects.
This is the first part of the video showing how to fold a 3D 12 point star using Origami techniques and paper. Learn how to use the traditional Japanese art of origami to fold a three dimensional 12 point star. Part 2 Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljeKkS... Part 1 of 2 ...more
In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to fold a hexagonal, six-point paper star with origami. Take a hexagonal sheet of paper and fold in half from all corners. Then fold each side inward up to the center point. Open up all the folds. Now fold one side up to ...more
Origami is a creatively fun and entertaining artform that can relieve stress and help you with your hand eye coordination. This video will demonstrate how to create an 8 Point Origami star. You will need: - Large sheet of scrapbooking paper Steps: 1. Fold paper 3 times in ha ...more
Here's an easy modular 8 point star made with 8 square papers. Once folded, it slides into place.
This is very easy to make... and you can use it as a Christmas ornament! This circular star has 8 points and a hole in the middle.
Learn how to make modular origami star with 8 points. What you need to make the origami star: 8 square pieces of paper with different colors In this tutorial i use square pieces of paper with size 9cm x 9cm. Duration: 7 minutes Difficulty: Easy Video: .
Barbabella shows how to make a modular origami hexagonal box lid with star design. Fold a two-sided square sheet of paper to form a triangle, unfold it and fold it in the opposite direction. Using the guidelines fold the paper on three sides forming a small triangle and leave ...more
It's Monday, which means once again, it's time to highlight some of the recent community submissions posted to the Math Craft corkboard. I also thought that we'd try and create something known as an "Orderly Tangle" or "Polylink". This week we had a few submissions based off ...more
I remember a time when I had to rent a VHS from the local video rental store. It wasn't all that bad, with the only real annoyances being the trip to and fro, having to rewind the movie and the possible malfunction of my VHS player, which liked to eat tape from time to time. ...more
SCRABBLE. To some it's just a game, but to me it's life or death. Well, not really, but it feels that way anyway. On a normal weekend, a game becomes much like Jon Thomas' "friendly game of death Scrabble." Video: . When I'm playing a game of SCRABBLE, my friends are not frien ...more
This origami video shows how to make a 4 point star. This is the traditional "throwing star" or "ninja star." It can be made from two one dollar bills or a square sheet cut in half to make two rectangles.
Everybody knows what a ninja star is, but what about a shuriken? A shuriken is the exact same thing as a ninja star: a weapon in the form of a star with blades or points. It's a missile in martial arts. It's a ninja's best friend. But for some of you, shurikens might be too da ...more
They say that it's the inside that counts, not the outside. But not when you're a sumo wrestler. In fact, when you live and die by how much belly fat you can throw onto your opponent's face to make him see stars like the foolish coyote chasing the rabbit in classic cartoons, y ...more
Looking for a sure fire way to win a bar bet? Check out this tutorial. This super easy magic trick will amaze even the most skeptical of audiences and guarantee you free drinks all night! For this cool trick, bet someone that you can transform 5 bent toothpicks into a five po ...more
A demonstration on how to make a lucky star from folded paper with origami is shown in this video. For this you need to get a strip of paper. Attractive papers are available at the stores for this. First to start up take an end of the strip of paper and tie a knot, flatten it ...more
In this video you can learn how to fold a modular origami star. Create four quadrants of the star point. Crease and unfold the first square origami paper in half both vertically and horizontally, making four equal quarters. Set the creases. Fold precisely each corner of the sq ...more
This tutorial demonstrates how to make Ninja stars out of 2 pieces of lined notebook paper. Lined paper make your star look cooler and help you keep track of your folds. Fold you paper into five equal sections with a small section left over at the top. This is about five and a ...more
Dangers abound in the world of srteet art, however one danger stands out as increasingly dangerous. Gangs around the country use graffiti to mark their terriotory and do not take kindly to street artists. In several parts of los angelos gang members will stop you in the middle ...more
Secure a square-shaped piece of paper preferably six inches long on both sides. Cut the square paper into two equal halves. Fold one piece longitudinally right at the middle. Open the fold and refold it horizontally, on the shorter side. Refold the longitudinal crease you made ...more
Learn how to make an origami paper star for Christmas. Fun project to do with kids. This origami animation is brief and to the point. If you are looking for a no frills origami tutorial, this video is for you!
In this video, we learn how to make five easy face or body paint designs. First, to make a shooting star, grab a sponge and apply your paint to the edge of it. You will want to paint three colors next to each other on the edge of the sponge. Now, drag this across the skin and ...more
50 Years of Surfing Films commemorated with Documentary We saw the buzz bubbling, but now it's here. "Hollywood Don't Surf" is a documentary by Greg MacGillivray examining the last five decades of Hollywood's obsession with surfing. Greg got everyone involved. Check out the ...more
Paul shows us how to make a gigantic three dimensional five-point star out of paper. First, glue A4 sized paper together to make a long strip. Make a U-shape on one end, cross the shorter end under the strip and make a knot by placing the end into the loop. The knot now looks ...more
This video shows how to make an easy origami jasmine flower napkin. Wee need 2 square papers. Fold this papers diagonally on two sides. Fold 4 corners of both the papers to the center. The folding of both must be exactly same. Use the first one as a template. Creases of the ot ...more
This next video tutorial is going to show you how to make a cool looking, yet difficult origami star. If you have never folded anything before, you can expect a little bit of trouble. This origami eight point star is made by using one sheet of paper and and can turn out to be ...more
Thanksgiving. It's sadly over. But happily replaced by the Christmas season! My apartment complex is already full of the Christmas spirit. Wreaths are tacked up on wooden doors, windows contain strands of bright and colorful lights, and there's even a few nearly decorated con ...more
This video shows us how to make a paper ninja star easily. Firstly you need is 2 sheets of paper, tape and scissors. Firstly take the first piece of paper and fold it into half and then fold it in half the same way. And then fold it in half in the opposite way and then do the ...more
In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make a six-sheet 3D paper star with origami. Take three pairs of paper; each pair of different color or take six pieces of paper of the same color. The paper should be square size. Fold the paper in half, open the fold ...more
To create an origami buckyball, you must start with a piece of paper cut into a triangle with each side about two inches long. Fold the corner of each side into the middle of the opposite side and then unfold to create creases that will be your guide. Next, fold a side up to t ...more
Halloween is coming up, so many of you may have a need or desire to carve a pumpkin and turn it into a Jack O' Lantern. This week we are going to explore carving our pumpkins into interesting geometric shapes. In this post, we will carve the pumpkins into spherical versions of ...more
When you don't have anyone to play with in the flesh, nothing beats a round of competitive online Scrabble. If you're constantly on the move, the Scrabble app developed by Electronic Arts (EA) for Android and iOS mobile devices is probably your favorite way to play. But let's ...more
Long-Term Strategies for FrontierVilleWhen you first start to play FrontierVille, after you’ve cleared a bunch of trees and brush and started to build a schoolhouse or a barn and you’ve added a few neighbors, you look up at the people around Level 90 or Level 100, and wonder h ...more
In our media-enriched world, past and present, SCRABBLE has made a name for itself, whether deliberately, subconsciously, or influentially. You may have a read a book that had the popular word game within a chapter, watched a movie that showed your favorite characters bringing ...more