Submitted by Sara on 9 November 2010 - 10:14pm
Paper: 30 sheets of 5.4cm squares of foil paper, red/gold
Model: diameter of 8.5cm
Submitted by Ancella (not verified) on 10 November 2010 - 1:33am Permalink
I like the color combination you have chosen for this model. Looks like you are gearing up for Christmas, already. A great fold nonetheless, will make a good hanging for the Christmas tree!
Submitted by Sara on 10 November 2010 - 6:03am Permalink
Heh, got me. Yes, indeed, I'm celebrating Christmas at my place for the first time, and my husband doesn't want to buy Christmas decorations. Which only leaves one option: I fold them. :)
Submitted by kkim (not verified) on 10 November 2010 - 12:32pm Permalink
It is better...
It is better to fold Christmas decorations than to buy them in my mind, it's less expensive(: Also, it's something you can keep. I actually fold something for every holiday I can.(Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, St. Patrick's Day,4th of July)
Submitted by Sara on 10 November 2010 - 2:02pm Permalink
Ah, price isn't everything
Actually, when you factor in the time needed it's not necessarily less expensive. ;) But it is nicer to have, yes. As to keeping - we'd keep the Christmas decoration we buy, too - but probably hide it in a box until next Christmas. I guess the origami decorations I simply have to move to a less visible display area. :)
Submitted by Baltoholic (not verified) on 14 January 2011 - 12:03am Permalink
Is it me, or does the module look a bit like the Tornillo (sp?) module? Or did Bascetta design the Tornillo module?
Thanks in advance to anyone who can clear this up for me.
Submitted by Rafael Munoz-Go... (not verified) on 26 March 2014 - 12:46pm Permalink
This model is excellent! I
This model is excellent!
I have made it 3 times!
I am planning to send this origami design to the OrigamiUSA Origami by Children.
Your website is fantastic!
I enjoy all of your fear instructional videos!
I can't wait until you upload more!
Submitted by Kaylee (not verified) on 22 November 2019 - 8:52pm Permalink
How to make it
I need the steps to make it
Submitted by Sara on 23 November 2019 - 9:48am Permalink
Diagrams are published in the book https://www.happyfol...
There are also multiple online sources for this model, which is often simply referred to as the "Bascetta Star".
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