Source: @kusabanaasobi Japanese Floral Artist Creates “Plum Children”, Surprised To Find Them As Senior Citizens Days Later 2019-05-20 Mon 2019-05-20 Mon Japanese Twitter user and floral artist inori（@kusabanaasobi）has a hobby of crafting decorations and animal figures out of plants. While she has quite a few fascinating floral art creations under her belt, she was surprised to find out that her latest piece had the added bonus of changing appearance over time. Using some fallen ume, or Japanese plums, inori created a trio of "plum children", fitting dead branches onto them as limbs and adding some cheerful faces. Source: @kusabanaasobi Source: @kusabanaasobi 🆕梅の落ちた実で『子ども梅』を作りました。崖の手入れをして、気づくと可愛い梅の実がたくさん落ちていたのでちょっと遊びました。梅の枝には棘のように細くて短い枯れた枝が付いています。剪定の時はこれが痛くて困るのですが、今日はこの小枝を梅の実に刺して手足にできました。 pic.twitter.com/uJnsJgzyrb— inori (@kusabanaasobi) 2019年5月11日 The adorable plum children look like benevolent forest spirits you might find in a Studio Ghibli anime or something out of LittleBigPlanet, but inori soon discovered that the children grow up fast. Four days later, she discovered that the children had quickly become senior plum citizens! Source: @kusabanaasobi Source: @kusabanaasobi As it turns out, ume don't take that long to shrivel up, and that added some wrinkles of old age to the now elderly plum children. While they may not be sporting their original youthful features anymore, they remain as cute as ever, and are now another part of inori's growing collection of natural art. If you'd like to check out more of her awesome work, check her out on Twitter. 先日、落ちた梅の実で作った『子ども梅』さんたちはインターホンの上に並べておいたのですが、今日見たら見事に老けていました…4日ほどで元気なシニア梅になりました。 pic.twitter.com/zD61gaNm72— inori (@kusabanaasobi) 2019年5月15日 By - Big Neko. Source:@kusabanaasobi Tags: Crafts / Funny / Japan / Plums / Ume grape Japan Art Japanese Floral Artist Creates “Plum Children”, Surprised To Find Them As Senior Citizens Days Later Related Article Japanese YouTube Gunslinger Is The Real Revolver Ocelot Japanese Commercial Strips Down For The Most Romantic Of Foods Cuddle Up To Corn With Japan’s Giant Vegetable Huggy Pillows Stay At A Magical Hogwarts-Inspired Airbnb During Your Next Vacation In Hakata City Japanese Sweets Maker Combines Pudding and Pancakes In Super Convenient Packaging Nintendo Attractions Will Be Making Their Way To Universal Studios Parks In Japan And The U.S.