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Title : Origami Five Pointed Star - Easy Origami Star Tutorial
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I have a few complaints, sir. I followed this tutorial but demons are coming out the star. And the devil. Yeah, the devil is here. Are you shure this ain't any witchcraft? Another one of my complaints is that when I threw this at my brother to give him good luck, it hit him in the eye and now he's calling the cops in me. What do I do? My final complaint is that there is not 69,000 views, and I therefore must report you to YouTube. Thank you for your cooperation, and please get back to me immediately. The devils coming. BYE
-Demetrous Demarcus Bartholomew James the III Jr the Second
The stars are lovely. My grandmother made them for her family’s trees and she passed many on to each of her ten daughters, one of whom was my mother. My mother gave hers to me and they’ve been on our Christmas trees for our 41 years of marriage. They are succumbing to the years of wear; they are well over one hundred years old now. I would love to be able to make a new generation of these Christmas Stars, beginning now so that next December I will hopefully have a good many to give to our 3 sons and their families for Christmas. I read on another site that I have about the type of wax to preserve them in and I will do that as well.
My grandmother preserved the stars she made-I can’t tell exactly how because much has worn off. They used to be very stiff. Hers were also more puffed out or less flat. I will wrap them in tissue paper and box them up because I cannot for the life of me throw them away. They are too precious to me. I’m really glad I decided to search out how to make these.
I would like to ask please if you have this video without the music and without the places where you sped it up? I did turn down the volume but if I forget about turning it back up sometimes it’s days before I realize it.
There’s no option for turning it off on here. Thank you for showing your great skill. I apologize for my longgg text.
I'm gonna watch a different tutorial to figure how to do this. I keep getting lost at the end, and the 2nd time you fast forwarded certainly didn't help (I had to reduce the speed of the video down to x0.25, and it was STILL hard to keep track of everything you where doing) That being said, I only had lined paper from a spiral note book to work with, and I think I made at least one mistake at some point, because it wasn't wuite coming out as well as yours. Thank you for the video anyways.