I love making Waldorf stars. They look so beautiful when stuck to a window, and are especially magical when catching the pale winter light. They are deceptively easy to make, and are lovely decorations all year round.
Below I have given step-by-step instructions to make a simple, eight-pointed Waldorf star, but there are many variations which can be found online! Here I have shown a multi-coloured star, but single colour stars also look beautiful.
You will need:
- Kite paper
- PVA glue
To make Waldorf window stars:
Do you enjoy making these stars? Which style do you like the best?
I have a few more wintry posts planned over the next few weeks on how we will be celebrating Christmas as a secular family, some tips for a greener Christmas, and sharing the gifts we have bought Frida. Have you seen my Montessori-friendly gift guide and my list of Winter books we are enjoying?
7 replies on “Waldorf window star tutorial ”
Oh, these are beautiful! So simple too. Thanks for the tutorial.
Thanks! They are so pretty in winter xx
Thank you. I’ll be making some stars this winter.