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Craft your star for your Christmas tree


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This DIY tutorial is simple to follow for a unique and bright decoration. Add a personal touch to your celebrations.

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  • Drying time: 48 hours 
  • Execution time: 5 hours 
  • Difficulty: moderate - Suitable for ages 7 and up with adult assistance
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    Step 1: Cut out the Star Shape
    • Draw and cut out a star from the cardboard. Ensure it is appropriately sized for the top of your Christmas tree.
    • Evenly spread modeling clay on both sides of the star using a palette knife or a similar tool.
    • Smooth the surface to achieve a uniform base.
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      Step 2: Decorate with Gold Leaf
      • Allow the modeling paste to dry completely.
      • Apply strong glue to the areas you want to decorate with gold leaf.
      • Gently place the gold leaf on the glue and press softly to make it adhere.
      • Repeat the process until you are satisfied with the result.
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      Step 3: Hang Your Star

      • Place your artistic star at the top of your Christmas tree and marvel at the magic it brings to your decoration.

      Tip: Feel free to further personalize by adding rhinestones, beads, or other decorative elements for an even more unique touch. Embrace creativity and happy crafting! ✨🌟

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