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46 Creative Star Craft Ideas

Updated on December 27, 2019
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Loraine loves arts and crafts and used to volunteer at an elementary art class. She loves sharing fun and easy craft tutorials.

Stars have special meanings to different folks. Some star sayings that come to mind: When we are in love we have "stars in our eyes." We "see stars" after getting hit in the head. To "aim for the stars" is to set your goals high. We say,"Bless your lucky stars," when something has turned out well. In anticipation of a great future, we say "Hitch your wagon to a star." "Star crossed lovers" signifies a love that wasn't meant to be. "Thank your lucky stars" is to be thankful for the good things that you have or that happen.

I read a saying many years ago and it reminds me of how important "attitude" is. The saying is this: Two men stood at the prison bars. One saw mud and the other saw stars. I like to think that I'm like the one who was looking up and saw stars.

For the instructions to make the star craft shown above, go to Good Housekeeping.

1. Wrapped Star

The tutorial for making a wrapped star is found at Live Laugh Rowe. The pictures included in this tutorial make it very easy to understand the wrapping technique.

2. Plastic Canvas Star Garland

The stars in this garland are cut from plastic canvas. The instructions at DIY show how to attach the stars to the string lights to make the garland.

3. Driftwood Star

Anyone who lives near a shore where they can gather driftwood will be interested in this craft. The tutorial at the Handmade HOME show how to make a beautiful driftwood star. Imagine this beauty on your mantel or on a shelf in your home.

4. Glitter Hairpins

You can make and give these glitter star hairpins to girls of any age and they will be thrilled with them. Making them is especially easy when following the tutorial at minted STRAWBERRY.

5. Salt Dough Star Ornaments

You'll get the recipe and the instructions for making salt dough star ornaments when you go to the meaningful mama site. The kids will love making these ornaments. Get out the paints and the glitter!!

6. Buttons and Pearls

The combination of buttons and pearls on these stars give them an elegant look. For the tutorial to make these fancy stars , go to the primrose design site.

7. Beaded Star

Make this beautiful beaded star by following the instructions that you'll find at Imagine a Christmas tree filled with sparkling stars.

9. Stars Wreath

When you need a last minute Christmas decoration, consider making this beautiful stars wreath. You'll find the tutorial for this great craft at Little Birdie Secrets .

10. Christmas Tree Star Topper

Now you can use up some of the precious Christmas cards that you hate to part with by making a Christmas tree star topper with them. You can still enjoy the beauty of the cards for years to come. Use the instructions that are found at JENNY HARADA to make this tree topper.

11. Foam Star Christmas Tree

Different sized foam stars make up this cute little Christmas tree. Find the instructions for making this project at All Kids NETWORK. This is a great kids Christmas craft. They'll love it and so will you.

12. Shiny Copper Star

Thin sheet copper and a free hand star shape makes this a beautiful ornament. There are lots of star shapes available on the internet if you don't want to free hand draw it. For the tutorial to make this beauty, go to the Better Homes and Gardens site.

13. Recycled Christmas Card Star Ornament

14. Lacy Gold Paper Star

I think this star would be an outstanding ornament to hang from a chandelier. The gold paper would catch and reflect the lights. Find the instructions for this lacy gold paper star ornament at

15. 4th of July Star Banner

One way to show your patriotism is to display a banner on the 4th of July, but the banner can be displayed anytime of year. I love the looks of these flag stars. Find the tutorial fro making them at The frugal Girls.COM.

16. Clay Star Garland

Oven baked clay and a pretty ribbon equal a fanciful star garland to hang from a mantel. I think these stars could also be made into cute necklaces by painting faces on the stars. Go to IRENE LOVES CRAFTS to find the instructions for this craft project.

17. Foam Star Ornaments

The swirly pattern is painted on the colored foam with gold and silver paint markers. Find this outstanding craft at Better Homes and Gardens. Even the littlest crafters can make these with a little help.

18. Twig Stars

Sometimes the most common item can be made into an attractive ornament, and this project proves that. The instructions for making these twig stars can be found at Kelsey Inspired.

19. 5 Minute Paper Bag Star

20. 2-D Foam Stars

Use fun foam or card stock paper to make these beautiful stars. Find all the information that you need to make these 3 D stars by going to Fun EZ Crafts.

21. Beautiful Paper Stars

Don't get excited when you see that the instructions for this project, at CRAFT AND CREATIVITY, are written in a foreign language. Just keep scrolling down a bit and there is an English version. I love the looks of these stars!!

22. Moon and Star Mobile

Isn't this pretty? I can imagine this project, painted in pastel colors and hanging in a baby's room. Very pretty! Find the instructions to make this mobile at

23. Starry Night in Bethlehem

This art project is one fashioned after the Van Gogh painting, Starry Night. You'll find the tutorial for this art class project at Kids & Glitter. This is an outstanding project using oil pastels.

24. Wooden Glitter Star

Make this wooden star whatever size fits your purpose. Find the tutorial for making this wooden star at A great Christmas project.

25. Christmas Stars

26. Fuzzy Star Ornaments

You'll be surprised how easy these fuzzy star ornaments are to make, they look like they could take lots of time. Find the instructions for making these ornaments at

27. Star Attraction

Little kids love the Christmas story about the birth of Jesus, so they really enjoyed making this art project in class. Find the patterns and directions for this project at Kids & Glitter.

28. Metal Stars

Cake pans are great for making these stars, as you will find out when you follow the instructions given at thrive. A very impressive project!!

29. Star of David

A great project for the kids, done using craft sticks. Find the instructions for making these Star of David garlands at PunkTorah.

30. Starry Headband

You'll find the directions for making this starry headband at Crayola. A great craft to do with the kids. Appropriate for any season. Red, white and blue for the patriotic holiday.

31. Frame a Star

This little frame, that can be made by the kiddos, is a perfect gift for mom or dad on any occasion. See how easy it is to make by finding the instructions at Seekyt.

32. Mini Transparent Stars

On the site, they not only have the template and instructions for how to make these stars, they also have suggestions uses for them. A very nice classroom project.

33. Star Etched Mason Jar

A grouping of these jars, with a little Christmas greenery and a few small Christmas balls, would make a beautiful centerpiece. Find the instructions for making these etched jars at Soap Deli News.

34. Star Santa

Any time you are making Santa crafts the kids will be more than happy to help. This project by, 123PEPPY is one that the kids will love helping with. Easy and fun!!

35. How to Make a Perfect Star With One Cut

36. Hanging Moon and Stars

37. Twine Star

Make and display this shabby chic star decoration on your mantle, porch, deck or patio. You'll find the easy instructions on the LOWE’S site.

38. Felt Star Garland

Be sure to sew a button on both sides of the stars if you want to hang your garland in the Christmas tree. Find the instructions for making this easy-to-do project at Songbird.

39. Origami Stars

Here is a nice selection of different styles of origami stars to make. Make a galaxy of them for a child's or baby's room. Use pastel in a baby's room and bright primary colors for a child's room. Find the instructions on how to make these origami stars at bloomize.

40. Star Ornament

This is a sewing project for those who like to sew their ornaments for Christmas. The instructions for making these star ornament can be found at

41. Patch Work Stars

A sewing project that will have you seeing stars. I love these colorful patch work stars. You can make some of them by following the instructions shown on the BLONDEDESIGN site.

42. Glitter Stars

After you cut out and assemble the poster board stars, the kids will love helping adding glue and glitter to make the stars beautiful for the Christmas tree. The directions for this project can be found at Rosy Creations.

43. Soda Can Star Garland

Making a star garland using soda cans is a new way to recycle aluminum cans in a useful way. I'm sure that the strs will reflect the Christmas tree lights in a beautiful way. Learn how to make this soda can garland by going to My Naptime Crafts for the instructions.

44. Star of Bethlehem Favor Box

Make these little favor boxes to add to your holiday table setting. You'll find out how to make the star boxes by going to the {easy} Paper Crafts site for templates and instructions.

45. Super Simple Paper Stars

You'll enjoy making lots of these super simple paper stars when you follow the instructions given at the Gathering Beauty site.

46. Giant Lighted Star

Have you ever wanted to display a giant star but didn't know how to make one?Tutorial found at LITTLE bit FUNKY

© 2013 Loraine Brummer

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