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Japanese paper doll
Inspired by Sadako Sasaki, a little girl who died of nuclear radiation from the Hiroshima attack in 1955. This is a doll of Sadako as an angel, wearing a pale cherry blossom kimono given by her mother, and holding the first golden crane folded by her best friend, Chizuko.

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Kinhime Dragon
Kinhime Dragon · Denton, Texas, US · 631 projects
I heard that Story, and seeing This beautiful work of art, makes me sad and wanna cry. She was so young, all she wanted to do was run in a race. But God couldn't wait for her to live a fulfilling life. *tear*
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The Mad Hattress
The Mad Hattress · 5 projects
ohmygosh!! she is soo beautiful!! I have never seen anything like that before. ^-^
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Mojo B.
Mojo B.
I wanted to know 1. how fast can they be made, 2. how much are the angels, 3. do you ship, 4. need 50 for 9/19/09 and can you give me a call at 7708660263, so that we can discuss. thank you, I love them, wonderful
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Dust of Enchantment D.
Dust of Enchantment D. · 11 projects
Pirate Moose: Washi chiyogami is traditional Japanese paper made of long strands of fiber and printed with beautiful patterns. It is very strong and some feel like fabric.
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Pirate Moose
Pirate Moose · Norwich, England, GB · 28 projects
She's really beautiful!
What is washi and chiyogami paper?
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Dust of Enchantment D.
Dust of Enchantment D. · 11 projects
Thanks, Tami. Yes I used washi Happy
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Tami
Tami · Atlanta, Georgia, US · 17 projects
That's gorgeous! Did you use washi paper?
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