This is a picture that I originally posted two and a half years ago.
I don’t know what happened in the past two days, but it started to get reblogged like crazy again — more than 7,000 notes in the past two days. @_@
Thanks for all the reblogs, though. I never imagined this picture would exceed 90,000 notes. That’s so crazy.
By the way, the original text for this picture was written in Japanese because I was a student at Middlebury at Mills Japanese language school where I was not allowed to use or be in contact with any language other than Japanese.
Here’s what it translates to:
I folded this in high school.
Yup, so now you know, Tumblr.
Thanks for all the reblogs.
All of you are awesome. :)
Kusudama Versailles by Krystyna Burczyk
Instructions (60 pieces)
Folded by me
Completed Height: 5 cm (for both)
I’m really impressed by this kusudama.
Most kusudamas that I’m familiar with are a lot more geometrical in style, even if they are curved or flower-like.
But this one.
I don’t like folding kusudamas, but I want to try making this one.