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Dolls, self-defense for the home: a welcome card and other talismans

  • Dolls, self-defense for the home: a welcome card and other talismans

    Dolls self-defense dolls for the house: a doll-wish and home Slavic talismans

    Since ancient times, some ancient rituals and traditions in Russia have been closely associated with the production of dolls-amulet. Slavic dolls-wards for their own homes were made by people to save the heat of the hearth, comfort and wealth in the house, and as a talisman from evil spirits.

    A doll for fulfilling desires

    In this master class, we'll look at how Russian dolls are protected by their own hands: a welcome. The doll-wishpiece was made by girls for the purpose of fulfilling the desire. The girl gave the doll a gift( a bead or ribbon decoration was sewn to it).Then the girl, as if playing with a doll, showed her in the mirror what she was beautiful, and that now she asked to fulfill her secret desire. That the desire has necessarily come true, this pupa was kept away from prying eyes.

    Material:

    • thick fabric( size 15 by 30 cm);
    • braid;
    • sintepon;
    • thread.

    The thick fabric needs to be bent 2 centimeters in length, then twist it across the width.

    So it turns out the trunk of the doll. It is necessary to wrap the roll on the top of the thread.

    The next step is the formation of the head from the synthepone.

    Wrap the head with a square flap of light shade and wrap it with a thread. Using a contrasting thread, we form hands.

    Bright rectangular cloth with a thread to the trunk of the doll.

    Fit the white apron with a braid and tie a bright kerchief over the head to the doll.

    It turns out a beautiful doll-amulet:

    Now you can plant a doll near the mirror and ask her for fulfillment of desire!

    Doll for my home

    Making dolls-wards for yourself - a kind of tribute to the traditions and customs of the Russian people. These pupae are always made impersonal: without clear hands and feet, so that in them, as it was said in ancient beliefs, evil spirits could not settle, which, in turn, could harm the child, the house, the owner of the doll.

    Also, you can see on the Internet photos and videos on the theme "Russian folk dolls-amulet", such as:

    • doll-amulet "Zernushka", responsible for a good harvest;
    • "Desyateruchka" was given to a young bride, so that she could do household chores;
    • "Kupavka", was made for the holiday of Ivan Kupala. Floating along the stream, this pupa took with itself all the bad things;
    • "Maslenitsa" was made from straw. She was hanged by the window as a sign that her mother-in-law was waiting for her son-in-law with her daughter to go home;
    • "Kolyada" was made for the Christmas holidays. With the help of her, they wished for prosperity and happiness. It was accompanied by cheerful ditties. Then she was burned at the stake;
    • doll "Cradle's Ward" was the protector of the child, protecting him from evil evil eye.

    Video-compilation:

    MK from the museum of Slavic mythology:

    Variant from Milena Kuznetsova:

    Another training lesson:

    And finally this video:

    There is still a huge number of dolls-amulets that were made for folk festivals and rituals.

    These talismans are closely related to Russian culture, each doll-amulet had its purpose, becoming a kind of helper for the owner.

    Since ancient times, some ancient rites and traditions in Russia have been closely associated with the production of dolls-amulets. Slavic dolls-wards for their own homes were made by people to save the heat of the hearth, comfort and wealth in the house, and as a talisman from evil spirits.

    Wishing doll

    In this master class, we'll look at how Russian dolls are protected by their own hands: a welcome. The doll-wishpiece was made by girls for the purpose of fulfilling the desire. The girl gave the doll a gift( a bead or ribbon decoration was sewn to it).Then the girl, as if playing with a doll, showed her in the mirror what she became beautiful, and that now she asked to fulfill her secret desire. That the desire has necessarily come true, this pupa was kept away from prying eyes.

    Material:

    • thick fabric( size 15 by 30 cm);
    • braid;
    • sintepon;
    • thread.

    Thick fabric should be bent 2 cm long, then twist it across the width.

    This is how the trunk of the doll turns out. It is necessary to wrap the roll on the top of the thread.

    The next step is the formation of the head from the synthepone.

    Wrap the head with a square flap of light shade and wind it with a thread. Using a contrasting thread, we form hands.

    Bright rectangular cloth with a thread to the trunk of the doll.

    Fit the white apron with a braid and tie a bright kerchief over the head to the doll.

    It turns out a beautiful doll-amulet:

    Now you can plant a doll near the mirror and ask her for fulfillment of desire!

    Doll for the Home of the House

    Making dolls-wards with their own hands - a kind of tribute to the traditions and customs of the Russian people. These pupae are always made impersonal: without clear hands and feet, so that in them, as said in ancient beliefs, evil spirits could not settle, which, in turn, could harm the child, the house, the owner of the doll.

    Also, you can see on the Internet photos and videos on the topic "Russian folk dolls-amulet", such as:

    • doll-amulet "Zernushka", responsible for a good harvest;
    • "Desyateruchka" was given to a young bride, so that she could do household chores;
    • "Kupavka", was made for the holiday of Ivan Kupala. Floating along the stream, this pupa took with itself all the bad things;
    • "Maslenitsa" was made from straw. She was hanged by the window as a sign that her mother-in-law was waiting for her son-in-law with her daughter to go home;
    • "Kolyada" was made for the Christmas holidays. With the help of her, they wished for prosperity and happiness. It was accompanied by cheerful ditties. Then she was burned at the stake;
    • doll "Cradle's Ward" was the protector of the child, protecting him from evil evil eye.

    Video-compilation:

    MK from the museum of Slavic mythology:

    Variant from Milena Kuznetsova:

    Another training lesson:

    And finally this video:

    There is still a huge number of dolls-amulets that were made for folk festivals and rituals.

    These talismans are closely related to Russian culture, each doll-amulet had its purpose, becoming a kind of helper for the owner.