Christmas is a date full of symbolism. Each element that enters the decoration in this period has its own meaning and is always very interesting to know. Today we are going to talk about a popular good: the Christmas star.
Do you know what it represents? The meaning of the star or star of Bethlehem is directly related to the birth of Jesus. According to Christian tradition, a bright star in the sky announced to the three wise men the birth of the "king of the Jews." When they saw her in the sky, the three men followed her to the spot where the boy had been born. There they presented him with myrrh, frankincense, and gold.
So, therefore, the Christmas star symbolizes the "way forward," "the direction we should take." That is why it is so used in the holiday season, when people seek new paths and hope for a new life.
And what better way to put that symbol of renewal and hope in the decoration of the house during Christmas? Some prefer to use the star at the top of the Christmas tree, others at the entrance to the house, and there are those who use the star in more unusual and creative places, such as a hanging or mobile-style clothesline.
The fact is that the Christmas star can not stay out of the decoration and wants to know one more thing? You can even make a beautiful Christmas star to decorate your home by spending a little bit, since most of the materials you probably have at home. Want to learn? So follow the tutorials below:
How To Make a Christmas Star
How to Make Christmas Star with Paper for the Top of the Tree
Let's open this series of tutorial videos with this suggestion here: paper star. With only one leaf you complete with gold key the decoration of your Christmas tree. Check it step by step:
Step by Step How to Make a Christmas Star Using Magazine Sheets
How about a sustainable idea now? In this video tutorial you will learn how to make a Christmas star using only magazine sheets. The result is different and original. Check out:
Paper star with template for christmas
You will love the following suggestion. The idea here is to make a star - half-flower - paper to decorate the tree or whatever you prefer. The materials are super accessible, the step by step is simple and the mold for the star is in the description of the video. Just watch the tutorial and play there in your house too:
Christmas star made with barbecue stick
Since the star is a bright, natural body, nothing better than creating an illuminated Christmas star. This is the DIY proposal: teach you how to make a star with blinking lights. And you know what you're going to need? Barbecue sticks, that's all! Run there on the video and learn how to do it:
Christmas star made with pet bottle
Let's continue with the idea of sustainable Christmas? You can create Christmas stars made with pet bottles to decorate your Christmas tree. Very simple, fast and cheap. Check out:
Christmas star made with milk carton
And if the idea is to be sustainable, we have another suggestion for you, but this time the material used is another: boxes of milk. That's right, you can turn those boxes that would go into the trash in beautiful Christmas stars, you want to see how? Then watch the video:
Christmas is an incredible time. Time to spread the good feelings and prepare the house for the visit of special people. So, we have gathered together a selection of photos of Christmas stars to encourage you even more to bring this Christmas symbol home. There are 60 exciting ideas, take a look:
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Picture 1 - Three-dimensional Christmas star decorated with cute teddy bears.
Picture 2 - A paper version to place where you want.
Picture 3 - Do you like handicrafts with felt? How about making a Christmas star with him?
Picture 4 - In wood, the Christmas star is a charm.
Picture 5 - The most traditional way to use the Christmas star is at the top of the tree.
Picture 6 - With sequins and sequin.
Image 7 - Golden and illuminated Christmas star to match the tree arrangements.
Image 8 - Cute cuddly stars hanging on the sisal clothesline.
Image 9 - To leave the Christmas star well fixed the tree was used a spiral support.
Image 10 - Rustic star model: made with twigs and natural leaves.
Picture 11 - And what about sticks?
Image 12 - Christmas star made with string and decorated with ribbon and pinecones.
Picture 13 - A little glitter to give that charm more.
Image 14 - Want a slightly more modern proposal? You can then use star luminaires.
Picture 15 - You can use the stars in the tree body as well.
Image 16 - Did you think to hang star-shaped biscuits in the tree? Different not?
Image 17 - Paper and buttons make this simple but very charming Christmas star.
Picture 18 - Christmas star or picture frame? Put the two proposals together into one.
Image 19 - A true star, only of the sea; the forks complete the format.
Picture 20 - With numbers ...
Picture 21 - Or molded in the wire, what is not lacking is creativity to innovate in the ornament.
Image 22 - A star inspired by bird's nest.
Image 23 - A star inspired by bird's nest.
Image 24 - Snow and Christmas star: look at the result of this union.
Image 25 - A rustic and aromatic star made with cinnamon sticks.
Image 26 - Musical star.
Image 27 - A suggestion for the minimalists who enjoy Christmas.
Image 28 - Paper star with pine cones at the top of the tree.
Image 29 - Instead of being in the tree the stars were placed on the wall.
Image 30 - Mobile of stars made with natural beads.
Picture 31 - The more rays, the brighter it gets.
Image 32 - Wire and pine branches to form this star with the face of Christmas.
Image 33 - Personalized Christmas Stars.
Picture 34 - Merry Christmas!
Picture 35 - A tree of stars ... only of stars and paper.
Picture 36 - To stand on the sideboard, the coffee table, the living room ... ..
Image 37 - Are there any leftover fabric left? Turn them into Christmas stars.
Picture 38 - The Christmas stars are the great highlight of this tree.
Picture 39 - At the base of the tree, the stars also fit very well.
Picture 40 - What a beautiful idea! Suspend the paper stars by nylon threads; notice that each one follows a different format.
Picture 41 - To the rustic wall of brick, stars of leaves.
Picture 42 - In each star, a lamp: use them as lamps or ornament.
Picture 43 - Marble effect.
Image 44 - For each side you look at, a different Christmas star.
Picture 45 - An elegant and charming blue oil as the main color of the Christmas star.
Picture 46 - Do you want a simpler idea?
Image 47 - The Christmas star on top of the tree is like the cherry on the chocolate cake.
Picture 48 - White, red and black ... white, red and black ...
Picture 49 - Place a message in the center of your natal star.
Picture 50 - Pure elegance these hollow Christmas stars.
Image 51 - Fleeing a - good - so much of the conventional models of Christmas star.
Picture 52 - Pick up beads, glitter and sequins, add a star pattern and create your Christmas ornament.
Picture 53 - A neutral and discreet model of Christmas star, but that does not go unnoticed in the decoration.
Picture 54 - For those who want something more colorful and relaxed, look at this model here.
Picture 55 - Call the children to gather twigs, and then together put together the Christmas stars.
Image 56 - White, gold and silver.
Image 57 - Made by hand.
Image 58 - Vows of a joyful and peaceful Christmas literally written in the stars.
Image 59 - Starfish on the beach.
Image 60 - 3D star made with blinking wire.