I haven't shown any of my fabric flowers in a long time. I still make Kanzashi ... and they are still getting smaller. To give you an idea on how much smaller, I've photographed one of my first Kanzashi blooms with some of the latest.
I don't think I can get much smaller at this point but I'm still trying different styles and improving on my folding technique. Yes that's a quarter...
I love the tiny flowers! You must have a lot of patience - and good eyesight!ReplyDelete
They are beautiful. I like your work.ReplyDelete
Very impressive - your practice is paying off.ReplyDelete
I love these flowers - need to make some of these myself.ReplyDelete
Wow, those are small flowers - beautiful:)ReplyDelete
These are so cool. I didn't know about this art form until reading your post. Looks like they take a lot of patience! Thanks for sharing :-)ReplyDelete
Wow these are beautiful. And so small, these would be so pretty on a scrapbook page.ReplyDelete
I have never heard of this technique before. They're beautiful! Where did you learn how to do this?ReplyDelete
These are so detailed and gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Wow, OMG! I can't imagine making them any smaller, especially by hand. I kinda got a cramp in my fingers just thinking about it! :)ReplyDelete
Great job! That's about as small as I have gone too...I just cant seem to get the folds just right going any smaller!ReplyDelete
I am impressed! Your Kanzashi flowers are so pretty. thanks for sharing this with us. have a lovely weekend!ReplyDelete
Those are amazing! So beautiful and delicate looking. Great job!ReplyDelete
So beautiful, so delicate, and so artfully done!ReplyDelete