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Paper Mache Stars - Xmas Decorative Ornament (Set of 4), Hand-painted

Paper Mache Stars - Xmas Decorative Ornament (Set of 4), Hand-painted

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Put a few hand-carved and hand-painted stars to your Christmas Tree this season or add a boho touch to any party decoration. Pretty and painted with beautiful colours (sea green background with floral design) make it a visual delight. It matches your country or traditional Xmas decor. These stars have so much depth and character that you would love to hang them up every Christmas season, every year.


A fantastic gift for those who love stars, admire all things made by artisans and are after unique decoration that is not factory-made. Crafted from the humblest of materials, these stars are strikingly beautiful. 

You can also check out Xmas Ornament - Christmas Tree, Xmas Ornament - Joy and Xmas Ornament - Nutcracker



  • Hand-carved from Haldu wood by expert artisans
  • Plastic-free traditional hanging decoration 
  • Eight point Star-shape
  • Set of 4
  • Gold ribbon for easy hanging
  • Fair Trade product
  • Made in India
  • Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary



  • Approx. Length = 105 mm, Approx. Width = 75 mm



  • Due to the nature of hand-made products, kindly expect slight imperfections. This is not a defect and "Xmas Ornament - Hand-painted Stars (set of 4)" are non-refundable due to this reason.
  • Care instructions: wipe clean with a soft dry cloth 

About Papier Mache & Artisans

Known for its intricate work with paper pulp and famed across the world, Papier Mache has been synonymous with Kashmiri art since the 15th century.

Paper mache or Papier Mache derives its name from the French term meaning mashed or chewed paper.

The creation of a papier-mache object can be divided into two distinct categories, the sakhtsazi (making the object) and the naqashi (painting the surface).

Artisans soak used newspaper or scrap paper until it disintegrates, then mix it with cloth, rice or straw to form a pulp. The mixture is moulded, dried, and cut into shape. Artisans coat the surface with glue paste, rub it smooth with baked clay and paste it on layers of tissue paper. The base colour and motifs are all created freehand with paints, then burnished and coated with lacquer. 

Common motifs that appear on Kashmiri paper mache products include flowers, box patterns, jungle motifs, and Kashmiri symbols like almonds and the chinar, a five-pointed leaf.

You may notice a photograph of our artisan, Hema who has hand-painted these ornaments.
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