Got Kids Who Love to Color? Make this 3D Star Ornament!

If you want to do a Christmas craft with older kids or adults, then these stars could be just what you are looking for. Kids who like to color will love these 3-D Ornaments! Not only that – there is no mess! No glitter, no glue.

To make the star, you will need to purchase the I Heart Coloring Star Templates, which come with step-by-step instructions.

Celebrate the holidays with these fun 3-D star ornaments! Your students can color these templates and mix and match them to make festive 3-D stars! Click through to read about different ways to mix up the templates.


Celebrate the holidays with these fun 3-D star ornaments! Your students can color these templates and mix and match them to make festive 3-D stars! Click through to read about different ways to mix up the templates.

There are eight different star templates, and you need four of them to make the 3-D star. You can mix and match the stars any way you want. You could use the same template for all four stars, if you want a more unified design. Or you could use four different star templates but stick to the same three or four colors. Or you could use different templates and a rainbow of colors (which is what I did in the examples above). With the different templates, colors, and coloring choices that your students will make, each star will be unique!

Celebrate the holidays with these fun 3-D star ornaments! Your students can color these templates and mix and match them to make festive 3-D stars! Click through to read about different ways to mix up the templates.

These stars would make great holiday gifts, classroom decorations, or just make them for fun! If you print out a bunch of the templates a few weeks before Christmas, students can work on them during read-aloud, indoor recess, or whenever they have a few spare minutes.

Celebrate the holidays with these fun 3-D star ornaments! Your students can color these templates and mix and match them to make festive 3-D stars! Click through to read about different ways to mix up the templates.

If you do this project with your students, I would love to see the result! Please consider posting a picture or two on Instagram, Facebook, or Pinterest. Be sure to tag me so that I will see it! Or just send it to reallyrachel@gmail.com.

Happy Teaching!

Rachel Lynette

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