Sweet Spring Kusudama Designed By Natalia Romanenko

Sweet Spring Kusudama Designed By Natalia Romanenko

Sweet Spring Kusudama Information

Name: Sweet Spring

Designer: Natalia Romanenko

Units: 30+60

Paper: 7×7 cm, 3.5×7 cm

Final height: ~ 12 cm

Assembling: 5 with 3, with glue

Sweet Spring Kusudama Designed By Natalia Romanenko

To make this beautiful Sweet Spring Kusudama you will need 30 pieces of square paper and 60 pieces of rectangular paper. If you want to have the star in one color or pattern and the middle in another, then you will need 30 and 30 pieces of rectangular paper. 

Sweet Spring Kusudama Designed By Natalia Romanenko

The modules are not hard to make. They take some time because you have to make 90 in total, but it goes smoothly. The assembly is not that hard either.

Sweet Spring Kusudama Designed By Natalia Romanenko

The original instruction for Sweet Spring Kusudama is to not use glue when assembling. Mine would not stay together like that. It’s true that my middle layer (the star) has a different weight that the rest of the papers, so that might be the case. I used glue and everything was just fine.

Sweet Spring Kusudama Designed By Natalia Romanenko diagram

Above I made a diagram for this kusudama. I hope you can understand it. At the end, you just have to put the modules in one in other. I made a gif as well, where you can see how to assemble the modules. 

Sweet Spring Kusudama Designed By Natalia Romanenko

To assemble the Sweet Spring Kusudama, you just have to go with the 5 and 3 rule. Then, you just have to curl the orange paper in my case and curl up the first star layer, the yellow one for me.

And you are all done.

Sweet Spring Kusudama Designed By Natalia Romanenko
Sweet Spring Kusudama Designed By Natalia Romanenko

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make

We are getting close to going back to school. It’s time to buy lots of supplies and locker decoration as well. But not why make some of those yourself? This back to school crafts list is made specially to help you with that. Hope you like it, and craft on.

25 Back To School Crafts

01: DIY Origami Bookmarks by Jo Nakashima

back to school crafts
Those bookmarks are perfect to add a splash of personality to your books.

02: DIY Desk Organizer by The Craft Blog

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Keep your stuff in handy with this cool desk organizer.

03: DIY Pencil Case by Cucicucicoo

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Pencil case in shape of a pencil.

04: DIY Notebook by The Forest Door

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Make your own notebook with an amazing cover.

05: DIY Lunch Box by Crazy Little Projects

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Be cool with an awesome handmade lunch box.

06: DIY Fortune Teller Game by Minieco

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Have fun on recess with this fortune teller game.

07: DIY Wall Decoration by Paula Punktchen 

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Make your dorm wall more interesting with a geometric wall decoration.

08: DIY Paper Apple by Paper Kawaii

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Give your favorite teacher an apple that can last forever.

09: DIY Sandwich Pocket by Handmade Charlotte

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Keep your sandwich fresh with this sandwich pocket.

10: DIY Pencil Topper by Lia Griffith

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
What a better way to make your pencil more awesome than pencil toppers?

11: DIY Book Cover by Jane Can Blog

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Does your book has a boring cover? Don’t worry, you can make an awesome one.

12: DIY Paper Jumping Frog

learn how to make origami jumping frogs
Are you on recess? Why not have a jumping frog race?

13: DIY Document Folder by Paper Kawaii

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
With all those papers and art pieces, you could use a document folder to keep them organized.

14: DIY Desk Decoration by Francesco Mancini

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Make your desk more interesting with an origami geometrical kusudama.

15: DIY Photo Frame by Gathering Beauty

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Keep your best friends or pets photos in those easy to make photo frames.

16: DIY Friendship Bracelet by Purl Soho

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Give your besties handmade friendship bracelet.

17: DIY Backpack by Hart + Sew

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Make your kid a one in a kind backpack.

18: DIY Pencil Cup by Damask Love

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Keep your pencils in a gold foil cup.

19: DIY Clipboards by Lovely Indeed

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Have your files in those great clipboards.

20: DIY Tote Bag by Say Yes

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Make your own tote bag.

21: DIY Geometric Pinboards by Enthralling Gumption

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Keep your important notes on sight with those pinboards.

22: DIY Felt Flowers by Something Turquoise

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Instead of buying flowers for your teacher or your crush, why not make them yourself?

23: DIY Locker Decoration by Aww Sam

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Get your looker a makeover with those decorations.

24: DIY Earphone Holder by Make It And Love It

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Keep your headphones handy with this holder.

25: DIY Emoji Magnets by The Surznick Common Room

Best 25 Back To School Crafts You Can Easily Make
Add those cute emoji magnets to your locker.

I hope you liked my selection of back to school crafts. Let me know in the comments what are your favorite crafts. Are you excited to go back to school?

Awesome Origami Bookmark Just In Time For Back To School

I don’t know about you guys, but I love to read, and those awesome origami bookmarks are just perfect for helping you keep track of your reading. 

Origami Bookmarks

They also look amazing on your bookshelf. 

And with Back To School just around the corner, there is no better time to fold it yourself and add a bit more personality to your books.

Origami Bookmarks

For this crane origami bookmark, I used a bunny pattern origami paper from Crelando. Both those bookmarks are designed by Jo Nakashima and you can find the instructions on his youtube channel.

DIY Origami Bookmark

And here is the video instruction for the dragon one.

Origami Bookmarks

What do you think? Aren’t those bookmarks really cute? I hope you would fold them and enjoy how cute they are.

Origami Bookmarks
Origami Bookmarks