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  • #LIGHTtheWORLD Service Star Video Tutorial
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    Maria Eckersley
  • #LIGHTtheWORLDchristmascraftdecorationsdiyfamilyfhefree printablegiftholidayservicestarvideo tutorial

#LIGHTtheWORLD Service Star Video Tutorial

#LIGHTtheWORLD Service Star Video Tutorial

Ready to make your own string of service stars? You'll just need a some paper, my free printable, scissors, string and a hot glue gun. 

I bought my cute, Christmas paper and tiny clothes pins at Michaels and my bakers twine on Amazon. I also love my heat hot glue gun (also bought at Michaels). It offers the perfect amount of heat to stick things together without burning little hands.

I'll be posting more #LIGHTtheWORLD freebies throughout the week so be sure to stay tuned. Until then, have a fabulous world-wide day of service everyone!

  • Post author
    Maria Eckersley
  • #LIGHTtheWORLDchristmascraftdecorationsdiyfamilyfhefree printablegiftholidayservicestarvideo tutorial

Comments on this post (4)

  • Dec 17, 2020

    We’ve made all of our stars and I can’t find the printable for the fortune strip. I love these! Thank you!

    — Shayleen

  • Dec 04, 2017

    Would it be possible to have a repeat of the Service Stars pull out like a Chinese fortune cookies. I have all my stars ready to go, I just need the pull out. Please let me know where I can find them.

    Thanks So Much


    — Shauna Vincent

  • Dec 05, 2016

    These turned out amazing. And I’m not a crafter (just a wannabe!). Instructions were very easy to follow. They turned out beautifully, and we all enjoyed making them. Such a lovely way to show gratitude and serve in small, simple ways. Thank you, thank you!

    — Becky

  • Dec 03, 2016

    You have such great ideas! Love the “Service Star”. Thank you for sharing your talent with people like me.

    — Ramona Fitchpatrick

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