Origami Kusudama Star

£17.00

Kusudama (meaning ‘medicine ball’) were traditionally used as amulets in ancient Japan. Since then they have been used for incense or even pot pourri, made by flowers and herbs. In their modern form they are popular decorations or gifts.

Description

Kusudama (meaning ‘medicine ball’) were traditionally used as amulets in ancient Japan. Since then they have been used for incense or even pot pourri, made by flowers and herbs. In their modern form they are popular decorations or gifts.

This special Star Kusudama is carefully hand-made from 30 individual pieces of origami paper and is slightly glazed to add more durability. It really will enhance the feel of any home, especially at Christmas time! You will find pretty ribbon attached to your star to put it up around your home or Christmas tree. It looks perfect hung up on fairy lights!

As a guide, it measures approximately 14.5cm by 14.5cm.

  • Handmade item
  • Celebration: Christmas
  • Materials: origami paper, ribbon, glaze
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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