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Make Waldorf Stars using Origami Paper

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jo-in-teal-circle-200x200This post was written by Jo Ebisujima – a passionate, unorthodox, creative entrepreneur who helps busy mamas get their shit together and be the best moms they can be. She is the best selling author of Montessori Inspired Activities For Pre-Schoolers and the The Gallery & Museum Survival Guide For Parents.

She runs The Inspired Mama Revolution, a community of kick ass mamas, getting themselves together and living life to their own rules.
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While we are more of a Montessori home, a little Waldorf never hurt anyone especially when the results are as nice as this!

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Being based in Japan we have plenty of access to gorgeous origami paper and this project was one I did for myself several years back however it can easily be worked to be done with children.

In fact, origami paper is actually a great medium for a lot of different creative projects from collage to making puppets and other objects for pretend play, or for using for cutting practice to make nice designs. There is so much more you can do with it than just make origami.

These stars brighten up a room or window and combine fine motor skills with creativity so great for children of all ages.

Supplies – 8 pieces of square paper (origami paper)
– glue or double sided tape
Follow these instructions to make your own.

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For those in and around Brisbane- looking for origami paper like this? Try Daiso! Daiso is now in many cities in Australia but you can use any square paper to make these so there should be nothing stopping you from making some now!
jo-in-teal-circle-200x200This post was written by Jo Ebisujima – a passionate, unorthodox, creative entrepreneur who helps busy mamas get their shit together and be the best moms they can be. She is the best selling author of Montessori Inspired Activities For Pre-Schoolers and the The Gallery & Museum Survival Guide For Parents.

She runs The Inspired Mama Revolution, a community of kick ass mamas, getting themselves together and living life to their own rules.
http://www.my-organized-chaos.com/courses/the-inspired-mama-revolution/

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