Kusudama is a paper model composed of several paper modules using the origami technique. The modules are connected using glue or using simple fixing inserts into each other.
Kusudama is a great and most inexpensive way to decorate any room. You can hang a kusudama in a designer garland or one at a time. Kusudama can be used as a souvenir; sometimes simple and complex figures are made of kusudamа. For example, you can make a snowman, a caterpillar and any simple animal consisting of a head and a body from kusuda (it remains to stick on its paws, tail, ears and decorate its muzzle).
The process of creating Kusudama is quite lengthy, it can take from half an hour to several hours, depending on the preparation. We are sure you will succeed! Try folding Kusudama according to the scheme below!