Sunday, December 28, 2008

Matryoshka craft roundup

Matryoshkas along with owls, birdies and little red riding hood are big craft themes this year. They're everywhere as fabric surface design, soft toys, printed goods and novelty items.



My friend Cathy shared this photo of her hubby's matryoshka chess set. So cute, isn't it? I haven't seen anything quite like it before.

Here's a year end round up of the best matryoshka craft inspiration:


Image from Goody Goody Handmade

Tooth Fairy Pillow from Goody Goody Handmade


Image from Craftbits

Ornament/tag from Craftbits


Nesting Doll from Maize Hutton DIY



Image from A Print a Day

Notepads and labels from A Print a Day


Image from Canon Creative Park

Matryoshka paper dolls from Canon


Image from The Long Thread

Egg Matryoshka Dolls from The Long Thread


Image from Day to Day

Babushka pencil toppers from Melissa Goodsell

Hmm, I wonder what craft themes are going to be popular next year. Any predictions?

9 comments:

  1. I had a set of stackable dolls such as those as a kid!
    I thought they were pretty special

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  2. I just love Russian dolls, along with paisley! Birdies have also made a big feature this year in alot of blogs.

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  3. I have enjoyed this goodness you shared today.

    Very pretty, hope you have a good night.

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  4. You found all the cutest ones ! Love it!

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  5. Hi Christy!

    I'm sorry I was away for so long and missied your special Christmas tag...

    Please, let me know if you got your giveaway gift before xmas day! I hope you did!

    Kisses from Brazil!

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  6. Fun post - such great ideas and pictures :) Thanks for stopping over!

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  7. Oh I see what you mean...I had no idea they were "in" when I made our little nativity. I love them all.

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  8. aw thanks christy.

    how was your holiday?

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  9. These are so cute. It's funny that I just discovered your blog (through one link or two) just as I had posted about the matryoshka doll that I made during the holidays!! You're right that they seem to be everywhere!

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