May 4, 2011

Kusudama Ball!

May is here!! Time to break out the shorts and flip flops right!? HA HA HA We lost the last little tiny patch of snow in our yard a few days ago. I have even managed to get a little sunburnt a few times in the last few weeks. I am also proud to say both my kids passed their Hunters Safety Ed class YAY!! Ok back to crafting :D

This weeks theme was something May Day themed. I, at first, went right for the most obvious. A little cone with some paper flowers. Then I sat back and thought about it and remembered this link I had saved a while back with a project I really wanted to make. I thought OH!! This would be PERFECT! Its called a Kusudama Flower ball. Uses some origami folds. I got out my papers and went to work! I even made another one in blue for my Grandma. ~*Jen*~

I picked out my papers and for this project I went with a lighter weight cardstock so it would be easier to fold.

Folded them all

Started gluing the individual petals

Then glued them into 5 petal flowers

Each half of a ball takes 6 flowers
Then you glue each half together add the buttons and bling and hang!

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1 comment:

Scrapper69 said...

Can I just say WOW! Love this project.... pretty colors and such wonderful flowers! :o)
Theresa

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