This captivating guidebook combines two enchanting traditions a the Japanese art of ikebana, or flower arrangement, and origami, the ancient Japanese practice of paperfolding. Easy-to-follow instructions and an abundance of illustrations enable beginning and expert paperfolders to create even the stems, leaves, and vases for an enchanting array of blossoms.Early Flowers Flowers have never been very popular in traditional origami and still play a minor part of the repertoire of ... In the April, 1990 and October, 1990 issues of Origami are instructions and displays of mass of flowers in a basket and others arranged beautifully on paper and ... Among the scenes of Kyoto, there are people, including colorful dancing girls, temples, trees and also flowers and plants.
|Author||:||James Minoru Sakoda|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 2012-03-08|