In Japan, Hanami refers to the ancient tradition of viewing cherry blossoms, in parks and throughout the countryside. Viewing picnics and parties are often accompanied by performing arts, music, parades, and special culinary treats.
Sadly, cherry blossoms stay in bloom for a mere couple of weeks, at best. In Japan, they are symbolic of the fleeting nature of beauty. But if you’re crafty, you can enjoy the bloom of cherry blossoms all year round.
Below, we’ve cherry picked some stunning examples of cherry blossom crafts. Why not roll up your sleeves and let your creativity blossom into something beautiful?