Free origami stars Christmas decoration video tutorial
Thanks so much to bookbinder Cass Barron for doing a live 'make-a-long' as part of our online Open Day this year! If you missed it don’t worry - you can still get creative and make some Christmas decorations by watching the replay.
In this free tutorial, Cass shows you how to make a series of origami 'pages’ and how to glue these together and finish them off to create lovely up-cycled decorations. These make great decorations for your home, but they also fold flat so can easily be posted to friends and family - a nice alternative to a Christmas card and great way to use up odds and ends of paper.
You will need -
⭐ Some decorative paper - for example, last year's wrapping paper, old book pages, maps (enough for several 10cm x 10cm squares)
⭐ Glue stick
⭐ Thread or thin ribbon for hanging
⭐ Bonefolder & an awl (If you have them but don't worry if not, there is a work-around in the tutorial)
⭐ Mulled wine & mince pies - optional but recommended!
Thank you to all those that shared what they created live during the make along - Julie Galante, Lynn Powell and @ediemoonbeam. We loved seeing your creations! If you do make your own please share them with us by tagging us on Instagram @arienas_collective so we can feature them.
Artist Cass Barron runs collaborative bookbinding workshops with us at The Arienas Collective. You can find our more about her live workshops here.
Cass also has some online workshop options (as well as some lovely prints) for sale on our Artists Shop here.