Looks perfect!! They are beautiful aren't they??
Wow! That really does look gorgeous. What do you do with them... mobiles, necklaces? Great space :) K
so pretty. I imagine it would be a delicate art in making these. love it.
How cute. Off to look it up though!
Love the colours in your photo!Enjoy!Annamaria
I LOVE kanzashi. This teeny weeny one is beautiful.
What an interesting post and to your link. I enjoyed reading 'Memoirs of a geisha'. Your photos looks great and the fabric is lovely. They look like great fun to make. I might have a go too! :-)
So pretty! Love the colours.
am wondering what it is too ~ it's extremely pretty.gorgeous baby you have :)
Your creations are lovely - baby and all! Your first kanzashi is just beautiful, look forward to seeing some more.
OK, so after seeing that I'm thinking that I'll have to be adding a glorious mini-kanzashi brooch to my (fledgeling) collection. Beautiful.And congratulations on your gorgeous little baby girl. Frankly I'm impressed that you're blogging and not just feeding for endless hours.
I can't believe you're doing such intricate work right after having a baby! All I managed when my boy was tiny was a bit of a cry in the afternoons. Very refreshing!
Firstly, a huge Congrats Melanie on a beautiful bub!Your c.s. is lovely and intriguing and has me scrambling top find out what a Kanzashi is exactly.
so tiny and so perfect!
That is lovely!
I love how little and cute it is.
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