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Russian pensioner Olga Kostina found a creative use for 30,000 plastic bottle caps.
These tiny paper plants are just lovely – and they’re available for purchase, too!
Everyday life in Russia can look a little, well, storybook-like – and shutterbug Frank Herfort is capturing it all.
Have a gander at some deluxe threads straight out of Moscow.
Get a squiz at some sweet Russian window frames. (Warning: desire to renovate home may ensue.)
Take a peek at the breathtaking plains of Siberia (and some rather lovely creatures, too).
Cute and quirky wooden brooches are the flavour for The Twenty Fingers, and all manner of items that look like they’ve been whittled by teeny-tiny fairy hands.
A deliciously soft cloth that can dry off your mitts, then quickly be rolled into a tasty-looking piece of sushi? Oh yes, Jenny Pokryvailo has dreamt that up.
Barbara Nowak's dreamy snaps come from Poland with love, plus a great eye for detail and the ability to see the peaceful, meaningful moments in life.
Some music fans show their devotion by flinging a pair of knickers on stage. Queenslander Natalie Selezneva, however, prefers to express her fandom through craft.
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