Once upon a time, there was a Japanese little girl called Hoshi, She highly loved the beauty of numerous sparkling stars in the sky on the clear nights, Hoshi was totally conquered by the stars mysteriousness. Her love for the stars grew day after day. At every night, she would lie on the grass and contemplated the stunning charm of the eye-catching objects in the heavens; she stared at them for hours with the endless interest in their continuous light and she did wonder how the little stars could shine bright in the air for so long !?
One day, as usual, Hoshi watched the stars from the view of the earthly creature. Suddenly, she realized that the stars were falling out of the heavens unexpectedly. Those made her sad and cry afterward since she was afraid that the stars would be eliminated till there was nothing to contemplate.
Luckily, Hoshi got an interesting idea. She ran home to grab a jar and several pieces of paper, What would she do? Obviously, folding the paper to make the models of stars! She folded one paper star for one spot that fell and put it in the jar. Within a night, the little girl created up to 100 stars.
Nevertheless, she was still unhappy because it was impossible to hold all of the stars in the sky. The next day, there were few remanding stars that drove Hoshi to call for her friend’s help. Many other little boys and girls were pleased to give her a hand.
Could you guess how many stars were folded in that night 🤔
Amazingly, there were up to 2,000 stars created by the kids in her village. Who were the stars’ owners? Definitely, the star folders owned their own stars and placed them in their own jars.
After that amazing achievement, the lost stars appeared again brightening the sky that made all the kids happy ultimately. The magical experience inspired Hoshi to say “These stars are lucky because of us”.
From now on, these paper stars will be called lucky stars. Then, she also looked up at the heavens and created the worldwide statement.
“Whenever a lucky star is made, a falling star is saved” -Hoshi
Her words were deeply kept in other kids’ memory till they were all grown up. From generation to generation, the Japanese are most likely to fold the lucky stars and place them in the jars before giving them to their beloveds with the best wishes; aiming to bring luck to the receivers, the origami stars have caught the worldwide attention and popularity.
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So, here you go with a video on how to make Origami Lucky Stars, watch it and start your journey folding your lucky stars ✨ and tell us for who you will give it 🤔
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