Two modular origami ‘hexagram’ stars, these pretty origami stars have dual look to them, each made from 6 pieces of paper & simple to make. One is the hollow star and the other is a solid star.
I thought I’d call these Dual Hexagram Stars (typo in the video).
They are pretty simple to make, using any kind of paper, I’ve made them with both thick and thin paper. Using metallic paper also has a great effect (photos under the video).
These modular origami stars will make lovely Christmas tree decorations or at any time of year really! The hexagram shape ✡ appears in many cultures and religions including as ‘The Star Of David’ and it’s also seen in Buddhism, Christianity and Hinduism. I really like the symbol, this origami version is nice as the shape appears twice in both stars, the solid star also has two hexagons! ⬢
There are quite a lot more stars that I’ll be posting in the next few weeks, please check out the Origami Stars category for more origami stars! ⭐️
Make sure to get the first diagonal fold as precise as possible so that the rest of the folds are at the right angle. ?
You will need:
▸ 6 paper strips (for each star)
Hollow star: 4:1
15 x 3.75 cm (this is 1/4 (one quarter) strip cut from a square)
Solid star: 4:2
15 x 7.5 cm (this is 1/2 (half) of a square)
Final model size: 15 x 15 cm
Paper used in the photos and the tutorial is by Toyo and can be bought online here.
Check out my paper recommendations for more information on where I get my paper and also ideas and money saving tips.