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For this Christmas window decoration, we don't pluck the stars from the sky, but create arty replicas made of paper, then attach them to metal rings and hang them in the window - for a heavenly Christmas decoration!
For this DIY Paper Wreath, we need:
White embossed cardboard, star stencils, scissors, pencil, ruler, paper wire, white wire wreath frames in different sizes, white organza ribbon 7 mm wide, tesa® Powerstrips Ceiling hook, tesa® Easy Stick ecoLogo®,tesa® Powerstrips Ceiling hook
For this Christmas wreath for windows, cut out templates using the stencils; with a pencil, trace the stars on the cardboard and cut them out. Make 10 to 16 pieces, according to the desired size of your wreath.
Apply glue to one of the stars using the Easy Stick.
Cut off a piece of paper wire (about 23 cm), place it on the star and glue on the second star. Press firmly. Make 10 to 16 pieces, according to the desired size of your wreath.
Wrap the wires with the stars evenly distributed around the metal ring. Attach a ribbon to the wreath.
Mount the ceiling hook according to the instructions and hang the wreath on the hook.