Gorgeous Bascetta Paper Star


Gorgeous Bascetta Paper Star

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Gorgeous Bascetta Paper Star
Gorgeous Bascetta Paper Star

These stars trend every Christmas since a few years already in this country. They are named after the founder of this technique, the Italian mathematician Paolo Bascetta, and look intimidating to make. But... looks can be deceiving. Actually once you realize that you are repeating the same steps over and over you will see that there is not that much to it. All it takes is 30 paper squares to make these, some time and plenty of patience. No glue is necessary. They interlock, hold on their own and are quite stable.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening



NotesOnce you get used to the technique of making these stars, you can actually make one in under an hour.

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These are gorgeous, and I love decorating with them. Last Christmas, I spent the evening alone listening to "No Stars" by Rebekah Del Rio. This year, I'll render that song moot...as I'll have plenty of stars surrounding me.


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