This pretty Japanese paper is screen-printed with dolls of Hina Matsuri , the Japanese festival of little girls celebrated on March 3 in Japan, and peach flowers, symbol of this festival also, in shades of pink red, blue purple, light pink, light, primary yellow and gold details on a gray blue background.
Discover our other Japanese papers with flower patterns .
Washi (from wa , Japanese and shi , paper) is the Japanese word for traditional Japanese papers made from long fibers mainly from the kozo (mulberry tree).
To discover more about the art of Japanese paper , its manufacturing and its particularities, find our article “Japanese Washi paper” on the blog.
Screen-printed by hand , this paper is very flexible and resistant at the same time and lends itself to all kinds of creative hobbies such as origami, cardboard, scrapbooking or customizing objects and furniture.
Some ideas for creations and DIYs using Japanese paper that you can make :
Make a bouquet of Ginkgo flowers out of paper , by consulting our tutorial Branches and foliage of Ginkgo flowers in Japanese paper .
Also discover all our Creative Paper Flower Kits which include per kit: the quantity of papers needed, nicely matched and cut to useful sizes as well as the supplies you will need to create a bouquet of paper flowers, while being assisted by a tutorial to guide you step-by-step in your creation.
- Decorate a pencil holder by following our DIY to make a personalized pencil holder and by equipping yourself with this set of 3 customizable pencil pots .
- Customize a piece of furniture with Japanese paper , using our blog article for help.
- Adeline Klam has exclusively developed the colors of this Japanese paper
- Reference : M1005
- Screen printed on the front / white on the back
- 3 dimensions available in store or on the e-shop:
- Large sheet > 96cm by 64cm
- Half sheet > 48cm by 64cm
- Quarter sheet > 48cm by 31cm
- Grammage : 80g/ m2
- Made in Japan in traditional factories in the Kyoto provinces
- Delivery in rolls: our half or large sheets are delivered rolled and protected by tissue paper and corrugated cardboard (delivered neither folded nor cut).