This tutorial is brilliant, I can understand it easily. I'm a visual type person, I learn more from watching something than reading about it, so it was really useful to me. I just wanted to know how people make these cute little stars. Thank you!
is there a way to make it in inches? i don't understand how to make it small enough for a 8 1/2 x 11" paper....i suck at converting and measuring, but i would really like to try this....i also have paper thats 12" x 18"...how wide would it need to be to have it 18" long? (it would be reaaalllllyy big, but 'ractice with bigger and work your way down' is best for me) Thanks!!!! I loved the video by the way, and your neat star with her cute face!
your tutorial really helped me, and now my stars look great! i've tried every tutorial on dA, but then i found out (the hard way) that i need to WATCH someone do it, in real life, or a video. so i went on youtube, but none of them were very descriptive! they just made the star, and didn't tell you how. then i found your tutorial here, with a link to a video. it's the best one by far. thank you SO much!
Ah! everytime i see those damned cute stars I've wanted to make some, but never known how (instructions make me feel stupid) but this tutorial is so great! Imma gonna buy some paper now and make so many stars... :3 Thanks for sharing!
Your star tutorial continues to be useful I kept making my stars puffy on one side after watching your tutorial (which was better than before) and I watched it again more carefully and now I get it. Thanks! If only more origami videos were done as well...