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Turquoise Blue hydrangea with wisteria shidare by hanatsukuri Turquoise Blue hydrangea with wisteria shidare by hanatsukuri
Hydrangea, especially blue hydrangea, are lovely, rainy flowers in my mind. :nod:

This is my handmade hair piece. :D The flower-making technique, tsumami kanzashi, as you may know, started in Japan. ^_^ You can see more pics on my etsy etsy listing

Thanks for looking!
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Ilyere Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
I love the colour combination! Hydrangea are nice flowers, but I've only made them in paper, fabric looks so much nicer. X3
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hanatsukuri Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2013
Thank you so much! I adore fabric, and especially like arranging different color combinations. I'm glad it pleased you. ♥ And I'm sure paper hydrangea are beautiful~ just different. :nod:
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PhotoBlossom Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
What a beautiful mix of colours! Such amazing detail, my most favourite piece yet :)
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hanatsukuri Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Oooh, I'm glad you like these colors! :blush: Most people seem to like the hand gradation pieces, so I'm happy to hear my solid colored (still hand dyed, tho :meow: ) pieces caught your eye. :nod:
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mange-o Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
One seems to be the sky sibling and the other seems to be more inclined towards the sea?? :giggle:
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hanatsukuri Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012
:heart: I really love seeing your comments. You have a knack for being able to put feelings into words in a poetic and meaningful way. :nod:

They're like complimentary siblings~ :D
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Inuyatta Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012
Tiny prongs! The little bits of deep blue and turquoise are esp. lovely.
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hanatsukuri Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012
:heart: I like these colors too! :D It's some of the oldest silk I've got...of the stuff that I've dyed, anyways. It's the last of the first crepe de chine I ever bought. :nod: hoarded it forever, and then finally decided to make something of it. :giggle:
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