Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Korean Thanksgiving Day

Hello! everyone.

Do you know #MYDOLLMYSTYLE challenge?

You can create a work that represents your country by using the stamp. 
(Tag us so we can share all of them!)

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This is a my work.

"I made ​​a Korean Thanksgiving Day and Korean traditional dress. Korean Thanksgiving day is called "Chuseok". Chuseok is our most important holiday. At Chuseok, we Koreans visit our family graves. Koreans like to wear hanbok (traditional Korean dress) on Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day), or Seollal (Korean New Year's day.)" 

This is a traditional house in Korea.

I have assembled the miniature.

- Using Prima Products -

    · #911041 Prima Flowers MINI WOODEN DOLLS Set
    · #961381 Prima Flowers 3D GLOSS GEL 8.5 OZ. Art Basics
    · #961473 Prima Flowers WHITE SAND TEXTURE PASTE Art Extravagance
    · #961411 Prima Flowers MODELING PASTE 8.5 OZ. Art Basics
    · #572075 Prima Flowers Wire Thread 25 Yards Teal
    · Prima Flowers CHALK FLUID EDGER SET Ink Pad Old Road
    · Prima Flowers CHALK FLUID EDGER SET Ink Pad Pastel Brown


  1. OH WOW! This is even more spectacular up close Hee Sun!!! I'm enthralled by your wonderful culture and I LOVE your beautiful homage to your heritage and this tradition! I really enjoy learning about other cultures and of course, learning through art is right up my alley! Thank you for sharing not only this wonderful representation of Chuseok, but the information as well! Julie N's doll fits perfectly into your lovely 3-D scene! ...I wonder when the holiday falls in Korea? Thanks so much for sharing!! beautiful job my new friend!~ :)

  2. Wow so cute!
    That little house is something we can buy?

    1. Thanks coquine1635!
      I am selling a little house. If you want, I can ship to your country. :)
      Please send a mail.