My handmade Japanese wallpaper
Do you remember that pic ? Well here I am again, making my Japanese wallpaper. Last week end, Monchéri and I wanted to hang my handmade strips of wallpaper in the office space and discovered that they are actually too short. So I'm doing it again. I need to make 40 of those. I don't mind, painting kanjis and little objects is very relaxing ! The kanjis represent poetic names of Japanese cakes called wagashi, my favorite one being hana no en, "the banquet under the flowers" or hana chiru sato, "the place where the flowers are being scattered by the wind". Cool names for cakes, non ?By the way, one of my latest blogs crush is the beautiful poetic blog of Ruma, Calligraphy in the landscape. Check it out for a daily dosis of oriental poetry !
ps : yes, turquoise is one of my fave colours !