Friday, March 22, 2013

Obento Furoshiki

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Hello Sandwiches!

I just finished making this obento furoshiki using the Martha Stewart adhesive stencils. Perfect for taking to hanami picnics!

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I will be hosting a workshop where you can make your own obento furoshiki like this at the Japan Hobby Show next month! I hope you can come along! Remember last years?



Happy Hanami Sandwiches!

I'm trying to get all of my work done super fast so I can ride my bike to Yoyogi koen and take photos of the cherry blossoms! がんばります〜!

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17 comments:

  1. i wish i could go to Tokyo in a heartbeat, i would love to do a workshop with you!

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    1. Thanks so much! I hope you can come to Tokyo soon!

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  2. how very pretty! time for a furoshiki fad to take over the world!

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  3. These look super pretty, and I love the bright colours you chose!
    Would die to go to one of your workshops, not such luck, though...
    I hope you take many lovely photos and show us the sakura!

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    1. Thank you Natalia! Yes, there will be a lot of Sakura spam don't you worry ;)

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  4. It's so beautiful, I wish I was there so I could do the workshop! Which stencils did you use?

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    1. I used the Martha Stewart Adhesive stencils! They are incredible!

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  5. how beautiful! it's a pity i that can't visit your workshop. but i think i will create a furoshiki taking your pictures as an inspiration!!
    enjoy the cherry blossoms!!

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    1. I'd love to see your furoshiki once you make it!

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  6. *So pretty!* Wish I could join these awesome little workshops you do, they are always exciting! I hope you are enjoying the beautiful cherry blossom trees and warmer weather? Hopefully my cherry blossom tree will bloom soon here in Britain so I can make my own obento furoshiki and have a little hanami picnic under it >.<

    Thank you for the inspiration!

    ~Bevolee

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    1. Thank you Beverly for your lovely comment!

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  7. What a lovely furoshiki, fresh and breezy.

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