For these purple stars, vellum paper with the strength of 110 g/ m² was used.
These red stars were made with a shiny opaque paper that has the strength of 90 g/m². The larger star is 30 centimeters in size and the small star is 15 centimeters in size.
These teal snowflake stars were made with a shiny opaque paper that has the strength of 90 g/m². The larger star is 30 centimeters in size and the small star is 15 centimeters in size.
The paper used for this 20 centimeter star was red on one side and gold on the other. The red sides were used as the outside for the star here but if the paper had been turned around, the points would be gold and that what is gold would be red. The paper has a strength of 75 g/ m². Therefore with the same paper, you can create 2 similar yet different stars.
This snowflake printed purple star uses a strong 120 g/ m² paper. The paper is thicker and gives the snowflake a lot of body and stability. When making your first star, this paper is highly recommended, as the modules hold especially well when you are assembling them together. One side of the paper is printed and the other side is solid.
Just like the stable purple star above this image, this red star also is made with 120 g/ m² paper and one side of the paper is solid and the other printed.
This image shows the 3 smallest stars lined up next to each other.
This star made with 115 g/ m² snowflake printed vellum has a 10 LED lights garland tucked inside of it. It looks absolutely gorgeous when lit up.