One of the most charming examples of Russian folk art, the Matryoshka dolls have been cherished for over a century. This popular art form usually features a peasant mother in native costume with offspring nested inside. Twenty-five fun-to-use stickers showcase the craft, including mother-and-child do... read more
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One of the most charming examples of Russian folk art, the Matryoshka dolls have been cherished for over a century. This popular art form usually features a peasant mother in native costume with offspring nested inside. Twenty-five fun-to-use stickers showcase the craft, including mother-and-child dolls, a balalaika, basket of berries, decorative Easter eggs, and more.
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