April – Kusudama Origami Flowers

The ancient art of paper folding to create beautiful flower clusters.

Kusudama: The word itself is a combination of two Japanese words kusuri, Medicine, and tama, Ball. Traditionally, Kusudama were made from real flowers and herbs and used as incense and potpourri.

The Kusudama Origami Flowers kit includes: 30 6×6 origami sheets (enough to make 6 flowers), white glue, basic directions, and a link to a video demonstrating the technique.

Show us what you create!

Please send us a picture of your completed flowers at info@lansinglibrary.org!

We have a limited number of Kusudama kits, and will share them on a first-come, first-served basis. Request a kit by calling us at 607-533-4939 or signing up below.

Kits will be ready for pick up on April 13th.

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