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Hello! I’m writing today from my sofa, tucked up with a cat and an endless stream of christmas themed programmes on the box, I have a cold but am hoping it’s going to leave soon. After a week of sold laughter with my mum and sisters in frosty Ireland, I returned to a DIY blitz Continue Reading

A few favorites I’m in love in these cold days… Let’s stay warm and cozy ;) 1. animal #plushes by The Traveling Shoppe 2. mini felted toy by Manomine 3. sloth plush by Bijoukitty 4. mini hedgehoges by Manomine

Marina Bychkova is a Russian-Canadian figurative artist.“The reason I love making dolls is because it’s such a multidisciplinary art form. I’m not content working in just one medium such as painting or sculpture, and dolls offer me a very diverse and satisfying tactile experience. To create a doll I get to do it all: sculpture, industrial design, painting, engraving, mold-making, drawing, metalwork, fashion and jewelry design. I want it all, or nothing!” - Marina Bychkova

Maria Dubrovskaya is a Russian-born artist, who now lives in the Philippines. What does she do in her new tropical home? She makes moveable, hand-painted, paper dolls out of kraft paper and white paint. I love that there are references to her life in one of the coldest parts of the world, and to her new life south of the equator.

Maria Dubrovskaya is a Russian-born artist, who now lives in the Philippines. What does she do in her new tropical home? She makes moveable, hand-painted, paper dolls out of kraft paper and white paint. I love that there are references to her life in one of the coldest parts of the world, and to her new life south of the equator.