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DIY Paper Star Medallions

DIY Paper Medallion Stars Upcycled Paper Star Medallions Happy weekend everyone! Here is a last minute New Year’s Eve decoration that you can make using your leftover Christmas wrapping paper. Upcycle that gold and silver paper by making these beautiful paper star medallions. These are inspired by the vintage star we used in our New Year’s Eve party kit post. I gathered 5 different gold and silver rolled papers leftover from the Christmas wrapping frenzy, and made large, medium and small start for gorgeous New Year’s Eve party decorations. Below you will find the tutorial for these paper star medallions. Cheers! ~ Lia

Paper Star Medallion Tutorial

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Lia is a daily crafter, maker, designer and DIYer. Find more of her creative inspiration at liagriffith.com.


  1. Breathtaking results, beautiful and easy to follow tutorial, which gave me some cutting ideas of my own. Thanks so much for this beauty!

  2. charming – and very glam for NYEve! Clever and fast – love it! Hope your NYEve is swell!

  3. thanks! a great decoration done with leftover paper! very thoughty!!

  4. super ideea, thanks. multumesc.

  5. Thank you so much Lia! I’m about to try to make these for my party tomorrow night! My theme is Alice in Wonderland with a modern adult twist- all done in Gold and Black! So these are just perfect to match with my dots garland! You are the best! ;)Happy New Year!!

  6. Hello! I’m french and even if my english is very bad, i love your ideas and tuto ! I keep your website ni my favorite on mine ! See you soon

  7. Tres chic! I love it! Only I will cut them out on my sweet Silhouette digital cutter. I have several different patterns to choose from, and it will perfectly perforate those folds. I made rosettes with snowflakes on top for door/stair rail decor this year. Now I’ll recycle them to grace packages next year. The metallics you used are fabulous.

  8. Wow, those are gorgeous! I’m a little intimidated, though; that’s a lot of folding!! I love how you can do it in any color paper you want, though–may be worth it!

  9. Beautiful!

  10. Beautiful! I pinned this for later parties! Thanks for sharing!

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