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Blooming Paper Flowers

November 25, 2011

You know you have obsessive compulsive tendencies when you resort to making Japanese Kusudama flowers as a reprieve from heavy thinking.

These persnickety little flowers were at first painful to make, but as the blossoms began to multiply I felt handsomely rewarded for my efforts. Traditionally you’re meant to gather the individually made flowers and then bind them into a big ball for a larger flower, however I didn’t have the heart to drown the beautiful voice of one into a concert of many.A cluster of blue Japanese kusudama flowers made with envelope paper.
© 2011, Dana Aubrey

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  1. November 25, 2011 10:22 pm


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