Ikebana 11/5/2014

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I had composed this arrangement of Willow (アカメヤナギ), Iris (アイリス), and Dracaena Godseffiana (ドラセナゴッドセフィアナ).

This was the Water-Reflecting Style which was arranged to show a wide surface of water.
Although I usually use a Kenzan (needle-point holder) when I arrange flowers in a shallow container, I used two kinds of Shippo holders for this arrangement.

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↑Shippo holders

It is very difficult for me to use Shippo holders, because it is difficult to hold flowers. So we use some short twigs to hold them. And some important stems are held in the each designated hole. Moreover, for example, the main branch must slant at an angle of 70 degrees, and swing 45 degrees from the right front. Maybe, it's difficult to see its angle or swing through the photo, though.








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Original Article:

I had composed this arrangement of Willow (アカメヤナギ), Iris (アイリス), and Dracaena Godseffiana (ドラセナゴッドセフィアナ).

This was the Water-Reflecting Style which was arranged to show a wide surface of water.
Although I usually use a Kenzan (needle-point holder) when I arrange flowers in a shallow container, I used two kinds of Shippo holders for this arrangement.

It is very difficult for me to use Shippo holders, because it is difficult to hold flowers. So we use some short twigs to hold them. And some important stems are held in the each designated hole. Moreover, for example, the main branch must slant at an angle of 70 degrees, and swing 45 degrees from the right front. Maybe, it's difficult to see its angle or swing through the photo, though.

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Recommended Corrections:

I had composed this arrangement of Willow (アカメヤナギ), Iris (アイリス), and Dracaena Godseffiana (ドラセナゴッドセフィアナ).

This was the Water-Reflecting Style which was arranged to show a wide surface of water.
Although I usually use a Kenzan (needle-point holder) when I arrange flowers in a shallow container, I used two kinds of Shippo holders for this arrangement.

It is very difficult for me to use Shippo holders because it is difficult to hold flowers in them. So, we use some short twigs to help hold them in place. Also, some of the important stems are held in each designated hole. Moreover, for example, the main branch must slant at an angle of 70 degrees, and swing 45 degrees from the right front. Maybe it's difficult to see its angle or degree of swing in the photo though.

Re: English Corrections

Hi, Shiroi Tora.

Thank you very much for the corrections.

It's very difficult to show a real Ikebana in the photo.
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Welcome to my blog.
I'm married and we have a son. I live in Hokkaido, Japan.
I like handmade things and Ikebana(arranging flowers).
I hope that you enjoy my articles and photos.

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