Friday, May 27, 2011

Hanji (Korean Papercrafting)

 This is the box I made last week in hanji.  My teacher helped out a lot with the cutting of the black pattern.
I placed the petals on the top to make the flowers.  It turned out really cute.  The inside of the box is paper made with real flower petals.

1 comment:

  1. Dear Becky,

    My name is Charles Montgomery and I am the editor of Nanoomi/Readbuild’s new book project, “The New Korea Files.” This is a book written by expatriate bloggers (primarily) and will be published in English and Korean.

    You can see a bit more about our project at our extremely new blog at:

    In any case, I came across your site on crafting in Korea and wondered if you would be willing to write an article of about 1,500-2,500 words or so and submit it to us? Our other editor has also seen your site and says:

    I like it. especially with well-taken photos, it's an interesting change of pace and if it's a Korean traditional craft, a foreigner doing it will be a nice change of pace from the more obvious "OMG I MADE A KIMCHII!!!

    At the moment, this will only be for the thrill of publication in a real ISBN’d (and bilingual) book, but we are currently figuring out the possibility that the book will make a profit and how we would divide any profit that might accrue.

    All I can say is I’ve worked with Nanoomi for almost two years now, and they are scrupulously honest and have given me some wonderful opportunities here in Korea.

    If you are interested, please drop me a line at: charles (at) ktlit (dot) com.




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