Last summer, I participated in the Summer of Color and had a fun time creating a variety of items during the six-week challenge - from window stars to fabric tags to buntings to a quilt. This summer, Kristin is doing Summer of Color 2 - Ice Cream Inspirations.
For the first week, the challenge was to use the colors of rainbow sherbet - orange, pink, yellow, and white. I thought these would look like pretty colors for a window star, so I did three different patterns.
This one is my favorite one:
Although each of the stars uses the same colors of paper, the points for each one are folded differently. Also, the arrangement of the colored points is different. I was curious to see how it would affect the outcome of the stars.
The star above has a pink-orange-yellow-white pattern while the star below has a pink-white-yellow-orange pattern.
And this one is pink-orange-white-yellow. I think the color placement does affect the way the stars look (in addition to the way they are folded).
What do you think? Do you have a favorite star or color order?