I held a workshop for miniature clay “Japanese hina dolls”. Three friends applied to join the workshop together.
It was detailed work, but Participants were having fun and sometimes concentrating. They made the kimono(Japanese traditional clothes), the dolls’ heads, a fan, a scepter...and also made lanterns, hishi mochi, and hina arare(Japanese sweet rice cracker).
This is the work that you can make Hina dolls and many other things, and has a high level of satisfaction when completed.
The popular Hina dolls have been completed and a participant said, I can't believe I can make something like this! They were very satisfied. I'm glad they enjoyed this workshop.
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The student has finished the seventh work in the course, “Flower Frame”. A lot of beautiful and tiny,lovely flowers have been completed (^^)
(You can see how small it is when lined up with a pen)
This work is very difficult and takes time to make many flowers. However, the skills have definitely improved during making one by one and I’m sure students felt even more happy and satisfied when it’s completed. And the process of turning the flowers into bouquets and wreaths is a lot of fun.
I think this is a great piece of work for her. Where will the beautiful flower frame be displayed? Your room will become brighter and nicer!
It is a very happy moment not only for the students, but also for me, as the work was completed.
☆ Coloratura offers miniature clay workshops from time to time.