Kusudama COFO (by Flak Brito)

I found another great tutorial on YouTube for an Origami Kusudama COFO.  The instructions stated to use 3.80 cm X 5 cm sheets, I figured this be about a 1.5 : 2 ratio which I then converted to be 3 inch by 4 inch (as I have no centimeter marks on my cutting board) pieces.  The results turned out to be a bit bigger than I anticipated or wanted.  I do love the Smock double-sided Seersucker double-sided recycled paper I picked up on clearance from PaperMojo.

For my second attempt, I wanted something smaller with a little more texture so I used 2.25 inch by 3 inch pieces made from a handmade sheet of Thai Marble Black, Gold, Silver from Hollanders.


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