I went out with my 5 years old daughter when her school had no school day.
After we looked around Christmas decorations in our local department store, we sat down in the cafe with cappuccino, babyccino, and small cake to share.
We enjoyed drawing on our sketchbook for a while. It was fun!
My imaginary fairy tale. I was inspired by medieval manuscripts.
My daughter became 5 years old! Happy birthday Hana.
My daughter’s night time style; onesie, unicorn hot water bottle, unicorn slippers, earmuffs… Ok, night night sweetie!
I know it’s too late to say Happy New Year but this is my first post in 2019. I drew this in my sketchbook with colour pencils, after my children and my husband went to bed. It’s midnight and snowing outside. Probably I should go to bed soon!
For this Christmas, I printed 80 Christmas cards.
It was a lovely Christmas with our British family in Hertford. I have grown up in Japan and I have never experienced a Christmas like here this… especially for my daughters I can imagine how magical and dreamy event it is. So I understand why many adults get excited for Christmas like children.
My 2 & 4 years old realised that elf was not in our flat after Christmas. They were talking to him almost every day. I’m sure he will come back next year.
Photo by Suleika Malcolm
I am so glad that many people came to my workshop. Big hands, small hands… many hands tried to make origami Santa, Christmas tree and heart… and the people looked very satisfied with their results!