Here’s an origami hydrangea I made for an exhibit in Japan (Designed by Toshikazu Kawasaki) with a mizuhiki butterfly in the corner (I forgot how to make it though D:).
This will probably be my last post for a while origami or mizuhiki related because I will be leaving Kaua`i tomorrow and leaving for Japan on Saturday. Then I’ll have orientation in Tokyo for a few days before flying south to Tokunoshima next Wednesday. Then I need to meet the people at the Board of Education and make my rounds around my town and island. So hopefully I’ll be picking things up again in a few weeks.
Next expect a mizuhiki tutorial on how to make a key chain! Origami might take a bit longer as I can’t pack up all my paper and books. :(
Sunflower. Kawagoe, Japan. Summer 2011.
I know it’s not origami, baking, mizuhiki, or Hawai`i, but I think I’m going to start posting my pictures from Japan since I have so many that I want to share. (But I found an origami artist I really like recently, so expect new origami soon!)
Although this is just a sunflower, it was the first time I saw large sunflowers growing in the field! I rode my bike to school every day past this field, which was so beautiful on sunny days.