January 15, 2021

DOUBLE THE FUN with TWO CHIGIRI-E KITS! Nandina and Japanese Globe Flowers

Written by Kumiko Toya

In the New Year, refresh your home with some Chigiri-e that may bring good luck into your space!

With the deal of DOUBLE the FUN with TWO CHIGIRI-E KITS, you will get two Chigiri-e kits at 35% OFF!


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Nandina and Japanese Globe Flowers are plants that symbolize prosperity! Nandina is widely believed to invite fortune because nanten, the Japanese name for Nandina, has the same pronunciation that means “problems which turn for the better.” The golden color of the Japanese Globe Flowers represents golden coins. They are believed to attract wealth to the household!

Flowers flowers

chigiri-e flower artNandina Chigiri-e
Card Size(L): 4 x 6 inches
Level: Intermediate

Nandina is full of berries! By using different shades of red for each berry, you can create a much greater sense of depth. Create a vivid impression with all the bright red berries.

GO TO THE DEALChigiri-e flowersJapanese Globe Flowers Chigiri-e
Board Size: 9.5 x 10.6 inches
Level: Intermediate

Pretty yellow flowers that grow on the side of ravines. The slender flower-decked stems swat in the soft breeze, gladdening the eyes of passers-by. The artboard for this piece is designed in a fan shape. The balance with the gold side lends a certain splendor to the work.

GO TO THE DEALChigiri-e supplies

If you liked the artwork that you've seen above, head over to our Chigiri-e information page and learn more about the craft. If you are interested in learning this art form, we offer Chigiri-e courses that come with all the supplies you need to create beautiful works of art. We hope you enjoy this traditional Japanese art form and enjoy learning a new skill.

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