I bought this book from a Waterstones a month ago called “A Beginner’s Guide to Kumihimo” by Donna Mckean-Smith as I wanted to learn how to make beaded kumihimo bracelets. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to make kumihimo.
I made two sets of kusudama flowers with this red and pink paper set, and the first set were used in the bouquet that I posted in my last post.The second set have now been glued together to make a kusudama ball. I haven’t made one of these for a long time! The flowers were […]
Hi, it’s been a long while! I’ll be uploading some old photos to catch up on things I’ve missed. One of my old makes, the blue kusudama flower bouquet, has found new life in my new flat. It sits on top of a cabinet next to the window. And I thought, I could totally make […]
I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas day! I made quite a few things for Christmas this year, but I went away for a few days and didn’t schedule a post in time. Here are some of the bits I made so I can share my ideas with you all! (Expand the post to see […]
The next model I attempted from “Kusudama Origami – Hanakiriko” (くす玉おりがみ – 花切子) is called “Hanahitai Mitsuya” (花額三ツ矢) and it is very similar to “Mitsuya Kiriko” (三ツ矢切子), except the square pieces are flipped around to hold a flower in them. For the internal flower, red and yellow duo-coloured paper is a good choice. Some pictures would better explain […]