Okay, guys, here it is! This was the instruction booklet I received with my very first star strip kit, which I bought in 2010 from Klutz, a subsidiary of Scholastic Inc. (This kit, for whatever reason, has become criminally expensive, at least on Amazon.com.) Unlike other star-folding tutorials, it does not instruct you to knot the paper at the start, but to simply fold it backwards into itself. This, I feel, is a much better strategy, as you don’t risk your paper ripping or tearing.
For some reason, my scanner (got it working!) cropped out step 11–this is the step where you tuck the last little nub of paper into your pentagon, in preparation for the crimping that comes afterwards. (The numeral for step 9 is also missing, although the step itself is there, so no worries.) If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!
A WORD OF WARNING: ORIGAMI STAR FOLDING HAS HIGHLY ADDICTIVE PROPERTIES, AND IT IS DIFFICULT TO QUIT ONCE YOU START. It also requires tons of patience, full use of your fine motor skills, and just a touch of madness. PLEASE FOLD AT YOUR OWN RISK!
Imagine the fem reader secretly leaving a jar of lucky stars in front of Hanzo and Genji's room before they go out on their next mission and later confess to them that they did it because they love them.
ok at first i didn’t know what lucky stars were, so i had to look them up aND OMG THEY’RE SO CUTE, AND THEIR MEANING TOO LIKE??? THIS ISN’T ALLOWED. HELLO???
aaaaanyway~ this one took me a bit, though i had fun writing it~~!!
Lucky Stars - Hanzo x Fem!Reader // Genji x Fem!Reader Ten thousand stars just for you both, Ten thousand hours I’ve spent making them all, Ten thousand years I will love you both, Ten thousand years it’ll take Ŧ̧̤̭́๏̸̨̳г̸̷̵̟̲̳͎̭͖ͅ ̷̡̙̩͝๓̢̗є̠͕̼̦̠ ̟̥̖̲́͞t̷̢̺̰̥̝͝๏̗̼́ ̢̗̼̱̟͔̬͓̗๓̢̯̩̤̟̱͉̼͚͢ค̴͔̜̩̱͎̰к̡̲͚̹̯̭͔͕ͅє̥̜̝͓͠ ̖͕̺̖̫̪͉ค͏̪͈̼̞̦̫̼ ͏͕̜̫̞̙̥ς̞͝ђ̸̙̜̦๏̳̱̞̣͕͟ͅเ̷̡̻͍̣̩̞͇͎͎͚͝ς̨̳͕͍̥є̰̱͚͙̳͍̬͠.
So I have an obsession over making paper stars, and a few months back I thought of the idea to put them on trees made of wire- Today, I finally found the time to make that reality. Making the wire trunk and branches was a pain, but worth it.