This is one of the simplest unit-origami. We call it “Kusudama” which means the ball for celebration. I found origami papers with Christmas pattern in the local shop, and thought I can make Christmas decorations with this. This kusudama needs 12 origami, but there are many different versions. I’m going to practice this type of kusudama, then try slightly more different ones later.
Last week I went back to the gallery. My paintings were happily staying on the wall.
To be honest, they all are drawn some years ago (the etching might be more than 5 years ago..) I really need to draw new work! My 3 years old will start nursery next year, so I am hoping I can concentrate on my drawing a little more!
I draw this illustration in 2014 for my book about London.
This is based on my husband experience. He is a person in the middle.
Now our Halloween has been shifted to our children’s fun event. 2 little daughters wore witches costumes with special blooms on the day we went to Pumpkin Trail in local historical site. There were lots of games and children got stamps after each activity. When they collected 6 stamps they won some small gifts. It was very cold day and they needed winter jackets, but it was really fun day for little cheeky witches.