Origami Washi Ningyo muñecas de papel Kimono por Kitspaperworld

origami Washi Ningyo (traditional Japanese Kimono paper doll) bookmarks, art decoration or display decoration

Traditional japanese kimono patterns, ideas for what I could use in my illustrations for the shining princess.

The kimono was created from the Chinese hanfu. This is a Japanese Kimono Tsujigahana

Origami Washi Ningyo (traditional Japanese Kimono paper doll)                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Origami Washi Ningyo (traditional Japanese Kimono paper doll) bookmark, display decoration or art decoration

Japanese folk art dolls - Kokeshi Dolls were originally crafted by farmers in northern Japan as toys for their children but are now recognised as traditional Japanese folk art.  http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.crossstitchermagazine.co.uk/resources/crossstitch/Kokeshi%2520lifestyle.jpg=http://tattooone.kilu.info/keyword/japanese%2520surnames%2520artwork=__-PGBCPtclCT50_v3y0-OhYra_AQ==2504=23

Japanese folk art dolls - Kokeshi Dolls were originally crafted by farmers in northern Japan as toys for their children but are now recognised as traditional Japanese folk Art

Washi Ningyo traditional Japanese Kimono paper by Kitspaperworld

Washi Ningyo (traditional Japanese Kimono paper doll) bookmarks, display decoration or art decoration

handmade ... quilt picture ... real kimono fabric used to create this girl and her parasol ...

(applique idea) Washi Paper QuiltingWashi Paper Quilting is based on the a traditional Japanese doll making Technique called "kime-komi" and Oshie. Pieces of Japanese "kimono" fabric and cotton batting are used to create beautiful doll pictures.

Washi Ningyo (traditional Japanese Kimono paper doll) bookmarks,  art decoration or display decoration

origami Washi Ningyo (traditional Japanese Kimono paper doll) bookmarks, art decoration or display decoration

Logo redesign for Miya, an importer of traditional Japanese gifts and tableware. Clean line drawing style icons are based on popular Japanese and oriental cultural symbols (e.g. like sakura, lotus flower, Daruma doll, mount Fuji, chopsticks, bento box, etc.). Together, the icons form a circle that stands for harmony and peace of mind.

Logo redesign for Miya, an importer of traditional Japanese gifts and tableware…

100 Artist Designed Kokeshi Dolls great exhibit of a modern take on a traditional japanese folk art

100 Artist Designed Kokeshi Dolls great exhibit of a modern take on a traditional japanese folk art

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