3 inch stars were located at teachers supply store. They come in packs of twenty for just a few dollars.
On self adhesive clear transparent paper have the children scatter and press down stars.
With just blue tissue paper let the children place down the paper and fill up the entire space. Paper can overlap.
Carefully close up the page. You don’t want to see any open spaces so it is important that the space is filled and the pages are closed up carefully.
The children can outline the starts with black permanent marker.
We then let the children spread gold glitter in areas on the top of the page.
It looks nice with they are all hung together like a large Chagall window. They should be placed on a piece of white paper so it “light” up the image. Then placed on black background paper like a window frame.
Another idea is to switch out the white paper for aluminum foil. Have the aluminum foil a little larger then the picture. Crumple it up then pull it apart, gently, so that it is flat again. If you glue the piece onto the foil it will glisten through.