Did you know that formerly in Polish tradition baptism layettes were not white, but colorful – blue or pink? Interesting? Find out more.
Are you looking for decorations for Easter? We recommend original Polish handicrafts offered by the My Poland handicraft store
Kashubian patterns delight with the beauty of colors and precision of workmanship. What is the history of Kashubian embroidery and its most characteristic motives?
Handmade Polish Christmas balls – recommended as corporate gifts and Christmas gifts from Poland
What to take as a gift from Poland for a foreigner? Original and beautiful products from our handicraft shop – folk cutouts and folk ceramics would be perfect
Summer is beginning. This is the season of weddings, baptisms and holiday rest. Among the My Poland’s products, we recommend especially for this summer time original jewelry decorated with tissue paper flowers, handmade crochet dresses and accessories for children, embroidered shawls and scarves from Lowicz and other Polish embroidery.
Easter, although short, brings much joy. How to decorate a home, how to perepare a traditional Easter Basket? Which products of Polish handicrafts are particularly recommended during this period?
Where did the custom of snuff taking come from and in which Polish region a snuff still plays an important, symbolic role?
Grey pottery and Kashubian ceramics are interesting examples of Polish folk ceramics, that has a many centuries tradition in Poland.
In the era of mass consumption, personalized gifts are gaining more and more popularity.
What do decorative fabrics, Bobowa lace and Opole Easter eggs have to do with independence regaining anniversary?
We encourage you to look for inspiration how beautiful and well-known Polish Lowicz handicraft can revive and cheer up your everyday life.
Kashubian embroidery most often decorates everyday objects. See how this beautiful handicraft can revive your home.
THE RICHNESS OF POLISH CUTOUTS
Nowhere, apart from Poland, the variety of paper cutouts is so large.
POLISH CERAMICS AS ANCIENT AS GREEK?
Polish grey ceramics can be traced back to 1300 – 500 B.C.