autumn window star

Autumn Window Star Tutorial for A Child’s Dream

I’ve just created a new tutorial for A Child’s Dream blog – Autumn Window Star! A Child’s Dream is truly my favorite shop for all things Waldorfy arts and crafts.

autumn window star tutorial

Head right on over for the tutorial or stick around for some extra photos. (I’ll link to the tutorial again at the end).

There are so many intricate-looking window stars you can make, but for some reason the simple giant ones have my heart. I just love how big they are and how much more light passes through them compared to window stars with more folds.

waldorf window star

You can buy the kite paper for making window stars at A Child’s Dream. They come in packs of 100 and you’ll use 8 sheets of paper to make this star.

autumn window star kite paper

I also have a video tutorial for this style of window star inside my Toymaking Magic subscription if you prefer *watching* how to make one.

autumn window star shadow

I love how the autumn window star casts a shadow in our homeschool room. If you love this style of Waldorf rhythm chart pictured above, check out Tiny Acorn Atelier. She sells gorgeous Waldorf-inspired original printable artwork, including rhythm charts.

So many pictures of window stars are taken with beautiful scenery in the background. But if you’re like me, don’t feel bad if you are actually making the stars to distract from ugliness outside the window, LOL!!

halloween window star
This window star was inspired by Halloween! I love color too much to limit myself to orange and black. My kids do not agree that my choices look like Halloween colors though…Hahaha!

Autumn Window Star

Feeling inspired? Go make a window star now following my step-by-step photo tutorial over at A Child’s Dream!

window star autumn colors

Toymaking Magic

Looking for more autumn-inspired crafts? Check out my subscription for toymaking video tutorials. It’s like Netflix for Waldorfy tutorials!

Mushroom houses! Pumpkins! Salt dough seasonal display for your nature table! You can make all these things and more.

“Jessica’s tutorials are full of warmth and make me feel as if I’m crafting alongside a dear friend.”

-happy Toymaking Magic subscriber
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