3D Felt Stars

3D Felt Stars

Use sturdy felt sheets to create table toppers or hanging ornaments for 4th of July decorating. This 4th of July craft project from The New Image Group is quick and easy for any skill level.

3D Felt Star

Materials:

 

Optional Supplies:

  • 9 x 12 Stick-It Felt Sheets
  • Stick-It Felt Stickers

Instructions:

  1. Draw two identical stars on EZ Felt or download the template here.

    Stars for 3D Stars
  2. Cut out stars from pattern.

  3. Cut the corresponding slits on each star. One star will have a slit going from an outer corner to the center point. On the other star, the slit goes from an inner corner to the center point of the star.

  4. Slip the two stars together.

    Felt Stars
     
  5. Optional Steps: If you would like to take your Star Table Topper to a new dimension, try decorating with Stick-It Felt Sheets and Stickers to create a wonderful flag interpretation.

    Felt Stars with Stickers
     
  6. You can also punch a hole in one of the corners and make a wonderful patriotic ornament!

    Felt Star Ornaments
     

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These stars are super...wouldn't they look great hanging from some sturdy fish line from the branches of trees for you summer holiday barbecue? This is a wonderful tutorial with great instructions! As an alternative, you could outline the star edges with glow in the dark paint, or even paint all the white areas with this paint so at night, they will,glow fro, the trees for a really festive look! Great idea and project!

i want stars

i added solders names to the stars it was a big hit

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