What do you say a Christmas decoration? I say: a pretty Christmas star in quilling. And what is this, quilling? It is a technique of creative hobbies which uses simple strips of paper rolled up on themselves (called paperolles) to achieve all kinds of prettier patterns. As I am a novice in the matter, I made a simple little star (which, to tell the truth, also looks like a snowflake ...) which I mounted in suspension to make a Christmas decoration, and see you, the result is rather nice! The advantage of quilling is that to do it, you really don't need much in terms of equipment: - strips of paper to buy ready-made or cut yourself using a news: 739781 cutter and a ruler (or faster, with a cutter), - a toothpick or a wooden skewer pick around which you will wrap your strips, - a circle trace to easily define the diameters of your circles, - liquid glue (Decopatch type), - a fine brush to apply the glue. On the other hand, you will need a nice dose of patience to handle all these little paperwork and assemble them until you get the desired pattern ... But the game is worth the effort! Try !