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Japanese cabbage (origami)

Kusudama Scheme Japanese Cabbage

This model was invented by Minako Ishibashi, who folds her "cabbage" from very small paper squares measuring, for example, 4 x 4 cm.

In order to make a trial version, start withSix square sheets of thick paper size 8 * 8. The module created by Minako. It has a very original design and looks like a head of cabbage with leaves. Diversion around the central "head".

In the finished module, each sheet of paper is visible only on one side, so put them at the beginning of the work, painted side down. Kusudama Looks very effective if folded Many multi-colored models Small size, and fill them with a vase or a box.

Japanese cabbage kusudama scheme part 1
Japanese cabbage kusudama scheme part 1
Japanese cabbage kusudama scheme part 3

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