We use standard size 6 inch x 6 inch 15cm x 15cm square origami paper for this site unless stated otherwise. If you can, use different types of origami paper to change the look of the finished origami and have fun with it! Kusudama translated as "medicine ball" were traditionally used as incense and poutpurri, from real flowers or herbs. Decorative kusudama are made by using folded paper origami units glued together.
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I bought a bunch of origami paper packs from Aunty Vicky Mountain Valley Paper Company when we went to SF over winter break, so here are the first models from that! The Tant paper has a nice weight, and light texture, making it nice to fold with. Tant paper.
Again, instructions from this are from Tomoko Fuse in Origami Tanteidan This one was done using the light, medium and dark shades in the 3 color pattern, but I wonder if it would look nicer if I changed the arrangement to make transitions between colors less obvious? Having the dark and light pieces juxtaposed feels a bit out of place, since the flower petals come out looking disjointed? Instructions came with the pack of paper.
Simple and easy to make. I think it would look nice with a lot of these done, and connected in a hanging vine as some sort of wall decoration? Something like the bottle flowers from Anthropologie? EDIT: Now with photo tutorial here! Permalink Comments 7. I finally decided to open the new packets of origami paper, given to me by a friend. Its a lovely pastel floral print, featuring a sprinkling of sakura blossoms. The flowers really remind me of sakura, because it has the detail at the end of the petal.
Permalink Leave a Comment. Oh, there are so many things I want to do, but so little time. And why am I always distracted by all these little things anyways? I joined Flickr! I really want to explore the features on the site and then network with all the origami groups and then post some hopefully amazing photos.
I really should work on my photography and Photoshop skills. So many of the pictures I just uploaded are grainy or not focused sharply. I wonder if this is the kind of stuff I should be writing on the description page? I tried to make this out of paint chip samples, 1. It uses an incredible pieces of paper! I really love the rainbow effect that it has! The origami paper one has a pretty fade effect which gives it texture.
Even though the notebook paper is so plain, I think the colors make a great transition. Might repost this with better pictures later. Since there are so many pieces, the model takes a while to fold. I think I was folding these while watching the entire season of Honey and Clover. Even though folding the pieces is tedious, connecting everything is fun!
I think the color combination came out well. One reminds me of a starry sky and the other of a sprouting plant. I had fun making this model, even though the assembly was a little complicated. I saw this on the Paper Unlimited blog a while ago, and thought it would be fun to try. I used the bright red notepad paper, which I think made it really cute!
I think that a miniature version, maybe in a ligher pink color, would make a lovely cellphone charm! I really love the cherry blossoms, so flowery and delicate, but bold too. A bunch of wishing stars, no idea of the count, filling up a 16oz glass bottle. Made these while I was away in college, from cardstock and scrap papers. I am in love with shiny metallic paper.
Some of the others are from random candy wrappers or bottle labels, but I really think that the shiny paper makes this really unique. I still have a lot of blue stars left over, so I might fill another bottle with a different color scheme. Permalink Comments 5. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
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Origami Kusudama Flower Folding Instructions