Here are some designs created at Christmas Special Workshops from last year.
This is Emi's Christmas Door Wreath. It was this design feature which would easily please your eyes: Willow branches just as if they were its structure behind those foliage. With their great movement along the design, Emi has chosen muted decorations to enhance its cool and sophisticated design. Christmas for Grown-Ups, then?
This Door Wreath was designed by Tomoko. As you would imagine, Ever-Green foliage is deeply associated with Christmas season, and Tomoko succeeded in showing off its beauty in colour, shades, texture and shape. Her hard work was well paid off - look at this design! A beautifully shaped design has arrived.
Yoshiko has created this design - wonderfully haute couture for her own front door. Obviously, Yoshiko had had a vision of how it would be displayed - and what a success! The additional twig which was holding a string of pearls was a cool feature - this is emphasised by the design of this door. A cool design infused with a bit of mysterious air...
This is Yoko's Door Wreath. With a backdrop of really heavy wide church pillar, Yoko's design was showing off its grandness effortlessly. Working and checking consistently on creating the right shape and profile of her Door Wreath base, the result was evident here. Richness of the festive season was well translated in to this design by its 'FULLNESS'. Superb.
This is Atsuko's design from last year. In fact, Atsuko did join the class the year before, too, to make her own Christ,as Door Wreath. It was evident that her craftsman skill was vastly improved this time - a beautifully created shape and profile of the base were clear evidence. Also, the way Atsuko decorated her design really enhanced its richness and depth - no wonder it wowed everyone who saw it. No need to mention that the design was a perfect match to her front door, too.
This is Hanae's Door Wreath design. Its base was patiently assembled with rich combination of variety of Ever-Green here. On this rich and well-made base, Hanae has arranged decorations in grouping manner, so that its visual impact would be clearer and bold. A clever choice of colour scheme, too: Green with rich red, orange and warm gold. A great addition for any room.
This is Asuka's design. You never be able to guess how many times Asuka did try and see how this bow would look on her design during the workshop: and it was interesting to see how its look did change as Asuka changed bow's shape... Anyway, a visually inviting design with gorgeous visual texture. It is full of radiant, youthful energy coming out of it.