Check out this starry holiday decor idea from Shwin&Shwin‘s Shauna.
My kids love decorating for the holidays, and garlands are one of the easiest ways to do so. They loved making these sparkly, six-pointed stars out of cardboard tubes. The stars were easy to make…and a great way to recycle!
- cardboard tubes (toilet paper or paper towel tubes) (toilet paper or paper towel tubes)
- hole puncher
- glue stick
- glitter (loose glitter and/or glitter glue)
Gather your supplies. We used a glue stick since it dries fast and is less messy. We also used loose glitter and glitter glue to help decorate. (When using loose glue you will want a paper plate or piece of paper to put the glitter on.)
The stars dried pretty quickly since we used the glue sticks. We punched a hole at the top of each star and placed a string through the holes. Then we hung our festive garland on our mantle to ring in the holidays!
To see more holiday project ideas, visit The Studio, a directory of handpicked, hands-on projects for kids.