How to fold a six-point star from hexagons

This easy paper crafts project takes a little time to learn, but once you know the steps, it’s very simple to do.

Take a look at these pretty easy paper crafts six point stars made from folding paper hexagons:

Easy Paper Crafts Six-Point Stars from folded hexagons

Here’s a close-up view of the gold six-point star made with the steps on the Easy Paper Crafts Six Point Star page.

Easy Paper Crafts Six Point Star gold with all points folded

One caution, you need to be careful with your measurements. The project doesn’t require perfection, but if the lines or angles are off by much, the resulting star will show the problems.

Don’t let that scare you. The easy paper crafts six point star is┬ásimple once you do one or two or three.

Plus, they make pretty decorations any time of the year – hanging in a window, added to a gift, given to a child for a job well done, or any other application you can think about.

Enjoy!

Felt and Ribbon Christmas Tree Door Hanger

Just a quick post today to highlight our Woven Ribbon Christmas Tree Door Hanger.

They’re simple, inexpensive, fun and pretty.

Take a look at this bright and cheerful Christmas Tree Door Hanger:

Or, how about this version, also red and green but using sheer ribbons that become almost burgundy:

What fun they are to make and to display!

You can find the instructions on our Easy Christmas Crafts Woven Ribbon Christmas Tree Door Hanger page. We also link to detailed instructions for how to sew a blanket stitch and how to sew a blanket stitch overlay.

Have fun making these!