Friday, July 31, 2009

Russian Nestling Doll

I Just listed this beautiful set . If you love Russian Nestling dolls then you don't want to miss out on this listing

Russian wooden dolls within smaller dolls were called matryoshka. In old Russian among peasants the name Matryona or Matriosha was a very popular female name. Scholars says this name has a Latin root "mater" and means "Mother". This name was associated with the image of a mother of a big peasant family who was very healthy and had a portly figure.
Subsequently, it became a symbolic name and was used specially to image brightly painted wooden figurines made in such a way that they could taken apart to reveal smaller dolls fitting inside one another.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Sneak Peek

Here is a sneak peek at one of my upcoming launches. It is a collaboration with a top notch designer. Can't wait to list

Ghosts love corn candy too!

Isn't she just cutest ghost you ever saw? I sure love making these little guys. You can find her and Mr. Candy Corn bracelet here.