Star is a symbol of the Bethlehem star which announced the birth of the Son of God. Prophets and kings who were on their way to greet the Holy Baby were guided by it. The form of each Christmas star is traditionally octagonal, only reduced several times. Usually, carolers made a large star out of a sieve, to which they attached 4 pairs of cattle horns, which were glued with colored paper, decorated with ribbons, and placed a small icon with the image of Christ in the middle. The toys are hand-sewn from natural cotton textiles, filled with light hypoallergenic holofiber, painted with Italian acrylics and covered with warm aromas of spices and chocolate.