Papirstjerne -slik lagar du den

Papirstjerne -slik lagar du den
Då har eg prøvd meg på ein forklaring på korleis ein brettar desse stjernene. Video er nok det rette mediet når ein skal formidle slike forklaringar, men eg og bildene mine gjer eit forsøk. Dersom noko er vanskeleg forklart, sei i frå, så skal eg prøve på ny :) Lykke til! Stjerna er designa av Paolo Bascetta. 1. Stjerna er bygd opp av åtte kvadrat, så du startar med å klippe ut desse. 2. Brett sidespissane langs midtlinja Brett og dei nye sidespissane langs midtlinja Ta tak i den øverste spissen, og brett den mot høgre. 1. 2. (No har me kome til den delen der det hadde vore greit med video. Du har nå ein skrå trekant som ligg over ein litt større. Ser den slik ut no? No har me kome til monteringsdelen. Når alle delene er sett saman, byrjar du å strame. Så enkelt var det! No gler eg meg til å sjå korleis stjernene dykkar blir! 

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