And then I remembered the gorgeous set he brought home for Yours Truly. It’s a large set with 10 dolls that nest inside each other, each doll painted with a different Wintertime scene.
That’s when I decided to try my hand at a Russian Winter tablescape.
and fur … in the form of a man’s Russian ushanka and a woman’s wool stole with fox tails.
I couldn’t resist adding a few “icy” jewels laid atop a pair of warm leather gloves …
After several years, I’m glad I finally thought to use my Matryoshka dolls in a tablescape. Thanks again, Renaissance Man!