Sunday, March 20, 2011

a thousand cranes for Japan







We all know Mister kay is a wizard with paper. Yesterday at the Siebold Huis he was very much in his element. To show their support to all the people of Japan they where making 1000 origami cranes. In Japan the crane is a symbol for a wish coming true.

10 comments:

Knoopjes said...

What a beautiful idea.

mukup said...

Thank you for Japan. Thanks

Isabelle said...

I am sure it was beautiful ... very touching idea

mano said...

great idea - thanks to mr. kay and the others! I never made a crane but now I'll try it!

Roboti und da Höm said...

I did some, too. Not a thousand yet, but I am working on it :-)

Roboti und da Höm said...

Do you want to join the Jahreswichteln? There are still places available :-).

Die kleine Werkstatt said...

A wonderful idea! Love the netherlands :-)!

Warm regards,
Steph

soisses said...

boooahhhh!!!! sooo viele kraniche!?!?! wie schafft er das nur? ich hab mich mal dran versucht und nach dem ersten aufgegeben. bin dann zu den schmetterlingen über gegangen.

die idee ist fantastisch und dein mann ein SCHATZ! grüß ihn lieb. ihr seid einfach ein tolles paar :)

lg dani

jgy said...

Beautiful!!
So much color and hope, I can feel the wishes for recovery and strength in each fold. And can imagine them flying in a rainbow to Japan...xoxo

Victoria said...

Lovely idea, great pic! And orange for your country! Hugs!