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Modular Origami, Kusudama & Stars by Maria Sinayskaya

6-Pointed Origami Stars

6-pointed origami stars (Maria Sinayskaya)
These are some of my latest origami stars I’ve been creating recently. All of them are folded from 6 square sheets of plain kami paper without glue. These stars are very stable and easy to assemble at the same time, but they do require very neat and precise folding. If folded inaccurately they just don’t lay flat on table surface (and strongly resemble propellers).

Name: 6-pointed origami stars, unnamed
Designer: Maria Sinayskaya
Units: 6 for each star
Paper ratio: square
Assembled with: no glue
Paper size: 7 cm
Model size: ~ 7-9 cm
Paper: Kami, TOYO (Japan)
Diagram: not available yet

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12 Comments

  1. Hello. Your origami site is really nice. I enjoyed looking at the models and hope to try out some of the modulars.

    • Thank you Flora! Modular origami is a catching thing, I started folding a couple of years ago and never stopped since then))

  2. Very nice stars!

    • Thanks!

  3. Very nice site, great designs, instructions and photos. Congratulations!!

  4. Thank you! I was interested in the many Turkish symbols which are many different types of stars, this being one of them. This is going to be helpful. I like all your styles.

  5. Thank you so so much! This site is so helpful and AWESOME!! Thank you again!

  6. Dear Maria,
    You are really a terrific origami artist. I am fond of your modular origami stars like the Robin Star and others, i have also folded all of them. Keep it up!

    Yours Sincerely,
    Rajyashree Mukherjee

    • Thank you very much for your kind words, Rajyashree! :)

  7. Hello! We are considering making these at an upcoming event, but (and maybe I’m just missing something) I don’t see directions for how to make them anywhere. Can you please post or send directions? They’re beautiful!

    Thank you!

    • Hello, Rich –
      These particular designs are not diagrammed yet, but if you’re interested in a 6-pointed origami star, check out this video by Sara Adams for another one:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYY0sx2P8tY

      • WONDERFUL! Thank you!

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