Geometric woven string stars are so simple to make and with such fabulous results, everyone with even the slightest crafty bone in their body should make some, NOW! And look how cute they are strung as a Hanukkah garland, or for just about any holiday or occassion! I made these with un-dyed crochet string, and recycled cardboard, for an article here on Houzz.com, but sky is the limit as far as the materials one could choose to use. Check out my giant string star craft, as well as my original post, geometric string craft stars, to see them multicolored and in all kinds of configurations not shown here!
This garland is strung by simply running some string through the weaving on the back, so one the party is over, you can hang the garland in fun place, or disassemble and use those stars for other purposes like Geometric String Star Gift Toppers.
The complete tutorial for this string star garland can be found right here on Houzz.com. Please check it out and leave me a comment!
Wishing you all a very joyful and light filled Chanukah! And fortunately for us, the holiday is eight days long, so the crafting can just go on and on!