Saturday, May 31, 2008


The Japanese kusudama is a paper model that is created by sewing or gluing multiple identical units together to form a spherical shape.
The word itself is a combination of two Japanese words: kusuri -medicine, and tama - ball. They were believed to bring luck and health, therefore considered true talismans.
They are also used as decorations or gifts.
There are many kusudama models, that come in different shapes and dimensions, as well as difficulty levels.
In the following posts, i will show you some of the models i made.

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