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Baba Yaga: The Wild Witch From a Wild Forest. Handmade by Olga Smagina from polymer clay, fabric, wood. Baba Yaga is a well-known character from Russian fairy-tales; although she is presented as evil malevolent, very often she actually helps the hero out of difficult situations!

The Witch (Baba Yaga) - The Wild Witch From a Wild Forest Baba Yaga is a well-known character in the Russian fairy-tales; althouth she is presented as evil and malevolent, very often she actually helps the hero out of difficult situations!

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Baba Yaga by MarylinFill.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

a Russian Trome Bard- Trome Bards are fulled with glorious tunes, superbial words and thots. They have a small problem with enunciation but it doesn't keep them from a gala party.

Crone........Baba Yaga Doll by Forest Rogers.jpg

kimbabini: “Baba Yaga, the famed Russian witch, in Kato Polyclay. She’d stand about 12 inches tall, were she well behaved and not sitting in a tree (also created in Kato Polyclay, over Aves Fixit Sculpt).

From the Craftster Community: Baba Yaga Matchbox house - PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS)  made by cackle

Baba Yaga Matchbox house - The house is paper and sits on a matchbox that is 1 inch x 1 inches. Chicken legs are polymer clay. Inside drawer: picked clean remains of her victims.

Baba Yaga Ornament

Ornament of Baba Yaga, the witch of Slavic folklore who rides in a mortar and pestle and lives in a hut that stands on chicken legs. hand painted resin with a ribbon loop, tall Hand made item by

New gossip ladies is a set of two handmade dolls created in polymer clay by the portuguese artist Alicia Volta. Both were modeled by hand without

New gossip ladies is a set of two handmade dolls created in polymer clay by the portuguese artist Alicia Volta. Both were modeled by hand without

In Slavic and some Balkan folklore, there are many stories of Baba Yaga, the fearsome one, the one so powerful she see's the hideousness in others, and this makes it far too intense to look upon he...

Baba Jaga. Archaic Cave Grandmothers of our Shamanic Past

Gail Lackey  ~ ...I can think of the old days. I was beautiful then ...~:

~ I remember you, Gail, you have been making beautiful dolls forever, back when I was doing cloth and cloth over clay.

Fairies and Fairy Tales: Baba Yaga - Queen of Darkness

Slavic Mythology - Baba Yaga, a haggish or witchlike character who flies around on a giant mortar, kidnaps (and presumably eats) small children, and lives in a hut that stands on chicken legs

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