I'm trying to make a ton of origami stars (like how I (and many others) used to in middle school) for a future music/live performance, but I want them to be the most glitzed-out 2000's glitter puke imaginable, while still being thin and foldable enough to make them by hand.
Like so bright and shiny that it'll be noticeable in dive bar lighting. I don't want to use anything that would risk the glitter coming off. I'm thinking almost holographic of glittery sticker paper but no adhesive and very large sheets.
If the large uncut sheets don't exist premade, how would I go about making it without risking getting glitter everywhere?
Picture for clarity on what I'd be folding them into.
I would like some of them to be larger, though, so I can attach a tab for people to unfold them, and a thing with maybe my artist name or a QR code to a single (a "single" song. you can make any website link into a QR code now) will be inside, I'm not sure yet.
I want the regular ones to be about a half inch tall maybe a bit taller with a few bigger 1-2" ones with stuff inside.
Does anyone know where I could get large sheets of glittery/holographic paper that's easily bendable? I'm looking for foldable holographic or glittery sheets/paper at least 8.5" x 11" but would prefer something like a roll almost like wallpaper or gift wrap but I'm having a hard time finding any of those as bright or non-holiday specific as I need.
The image is just from googling "paper stars":