Looking for a star template for your next craft project or activity? We’ve got you covered! Below you’ll find 8 different star shapes in all different sizes – including 5, 6, and 7 pointed star outlines that you can use as a stencil or pattern – plus starburst shapes!
There’s 33 different printable pages and they’re all free for you to download and print! These star shapes are great for Christmas crafts, astronomy crafts, Hanukkah crafts and really any craft or activity where you might need one (or many!) star shapes.
See the end of this post for some fun ways to use these templates.
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What to do with these star templates:
- Use the star template as a pattern or stencil for your next craft.
- Cut out the star outline, color it, add googly eyes and rhinestones to make a twinkling star.
- Trace the stars onto construction paper and cut them out to make your own star shaped decorations.
- Use the star patterns for games or learning activities.
Star Template #1:
A five-pointed star shape that’s perfect for all your general star needs. Use it for Christmas crafts, astronomy crafts, or to make a magic wand.
Five Pointed Star #1 Options:
Star Template #2:
A skinny 5-pointed star shape. Perfect when you want different star shapes for your craft. A great option if you’re making a starfish.
Five Pointed Star #2 Options:
Star Template #3:
A 5 pointed pentagram star shape with all flat edges, making it easy to draw, trace and cut out.
Five Pointed Star #3 Options:
Star Outline #4:
A six-pointed star shape similar to the Star of David outline. Perfect for Hanukkah crafts or any other crafts where you want a large shining star shape.
Six Pointed Star #1 Options:
Star Outline #5:
A skinny 6 pointed star shape that’s a perfect option when you want your star to look like it’s twinkling.
Six Pointed Star #2 Options:
Star Outline #6:
A 7 pointed star shape – less common than the other star shapes, but a great one to throw in if you want a variety of different stars. Draw a circle inside to turn this shape into a sun.
Seven Pointed Star #1 Options:
Star Shape #7:
A starburst shape with 6 big points and 6 little points. Great for astronomy craft projects and any time you need a POW shape for text.
Starburst #1 Options:
Star Shape #8:
A starburst shape with 4 big points and 4 little points. Great for astronomy or Christmas crafts when you need a bright glowing star or north star in the sky.
Starburst #1 Options:
Here’s even more ways to use these star shapes:
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