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just arrived

Finally my book has been printed and I’ve just got it! I’m happy :-) This book is in Russian. It has 96 pages, print run is 6000 copies.  

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bird brooches

This series of fifteen artistic bird brooches was inspired by real garden and forest birds.   I started to made the brooches in spring 2010 it was a new vision for my ‘magnet-toys’ project. I felt it was more advanced, … Continue reading

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teremok

The final book in the series is ‘Teremok’ (which means ‘miniature’ traditional Russian house). The story teaches children about tolerance and equal opportunities despite their size and food habits.  

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kolobok

‘Kolobok’ (which means ‘ginger bread’ or ‘bread loaf’ is the second book in the series. The story is similar to the ‘Gingerbread man’. ‘Kolobok’ teaches children to always be careful when they are out and to on sure an adult … Continue reading

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repka

‘Repka’ was the first book in a three books series of “Russian Folk Tales”. Repka (which means ‘turnip’) which teaches children to work in a team is an ancient Russian team building moral. This series was a joint experiment project between … Continue reading

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12 new reasons to have an excellent party!!!

In 2009 I created an A5 sized calendar for 2010 for my own Russian internet project ‘magnet-toys’. Initially I had the idea of making specific handmade products, however I realised I couldn’t get enough New Year gifts for my customers. … Continue reading

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best of ‘magnet-toys’

My ‘magnet-toys’ project was published on www.livejournal.com in Russia between 2008-2010. It started off as a fun project mainly because of the quirky style of the products. The idea of magnet-toys was simple, I wanted to make cheap and funny … Continue reading

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