Japanese paper makers are renowned for their centuries-old tradition of painstaking craftsmanship, exquisite aesthetics and mindful attention to the earth. Create 10 one-of-a-kind cards with a unique Chiyogami kit. Chiyogami is a specific word developed to describe the graphic, repetitive designs applied to paper in the Edo period. Originally these patterns were printed by woodblock for use in paper doll and small accessory making. In the twentieth century, these patterns began to be applied using silkscreens and this continues today.
The range of Chiyogami patterns is endless, and Japanese designers today are tireless in their development of new fascinating patterns. These kits come with assorted papers and may not be as shown.
- 4.25 x 5.5 inches
- 10 each of cards and liners, envelopes, and decorative Japanese papers
- Each kit is unique, featuring assorted papers (your kit may not match the photograph)