Origami Kusudama is an ancient form of art that originated in Japan by using a paper model that is created by gluing multiple, identical, pyramidal units together through their points to form a spherical shape.
The word Kusudama derives from a combination of two Japanese words; kusuri, medicine and tama,
ball, which was created to use for incense and potpourri burning.
A real origami kusudama can take up to 5 hours for cutting the paper, folding and piecing it together. The kusudama can make a
great table piece for weddings.
Example: How to make an Origami Amaryllis Kusudama.
This versatile Amaryllis module by Miyuki Kawamura enables the creation of a whole array of paper flower balls or kusudamas using 3, 6, 12 and 30 modules of which only a few are shown in the video, even more are possible.