Do you know how many stars….
Referring to the ancient childrens’ song I’ll present a Christmas table full of stars this year. Bit by bit I’ll show all parts of my table and will give the corresponding instructions. Folding all the lovely paper stars will be quite easy if you follow this video instruction. You may take origami papers but gift wrapping paper will work too as long as it’s a bit thicker. You’ll need of 10 – 15cm sized squares for stars like mine. Cut smaller squares and they’ll be perfect for decorating a fir tree garland. Due to the candle light the foto’s having a yellowish look. The papers were chosen in beige, brown, green and mocha shades. A translucent, filigree table runner will be the perfect background for all those different paper colors and designs.
Even the tealight holder’s made in a natural look. It’s a simple tumbler wrapped in beige tweed wool. Fasten the thread with small pieces of double sided adhesive in the beginning and at the end. Take a small seperate tweed thread to hand a willow star and a small feather. A loose winding leaves enough space to let the candle light shine through and it will create a warm and tender light.