Rolled Flower Kusudama



Approximately 4 inches in diameter, with white jewel accents, pink/silver beaded tail, strung on matching pink beading cord. You can choose to order it as a standard kusudama, or have the tail done in a detachable, matching Shamballa style bracelet (pictures not available at this time–check back later or subscribe to email updates).

Available in 4 colors:  (Please specify what background color you want the paper choice paired with, such as how the above picture has the black/pink paired with silver.)


Standard:  $45.00

Kusudama with Detachable Shamballa Bracelet Tail:  $75.00



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Custom Created Origami

If you have arrived here from my Facebook, Tumblr, or Etsy Page, this is where you can find my themed sets, as well as place custom orders.

Each entry below features an individual Origami you can custom order, or a completed themed set.  I work on a Made-To-Order basis here, (where as on Etsy, what you order is from stock that is already created and ready to ship, with no customizations available).  You can custom order most designs you see below (in different sizes/colors/etc.), or in the Photo Gallery.

This business is run entirely by me, and I painstakingly hand-craft everything.

Custom orders require a processing time of 14-23 business days (this is not including shipping time), depending upon the quantity and complexity of the order, if I have all the materials on hand or need to order/import materials, and also how quickly your method of payment clears.

If you would like to request a custom order, or if you have any inquiries, feel free to email me at, or post to my Facebook page – Thank you!

Most of the specialty pieces and sets I create are a one-of-a-kind, original design. Sometimes because the actual Origami design is one I devised, but mostly because much of the paper products I use, were purchased long ago, and have been discontinued by the manufacturers! So if you see something you like, snatch it up before someone else can! 99% of the time, you’ll be the only person that has whatever I created. I unfortunately didn’t have the presence of mind, ten years ago, to purchase everything in bulk quantity like I do now, since I was collecting for personal use and not mass production. Now I know better, and if I find something unique, I try to buy all I can get my hands on. 🙂

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