A hand-made postcard that is adorned with a traditional Kurpie Region paper-cutting, the so-called ‘leluja’. It is a typical Kurpie Region paper-cutting which can be found only in this area. Leluja symbolizes a tree of life. It is a single-coloured paper cutting with one symmetrical axis format. The paper cutting presented on a postcard is a typical example of a classical Kurpie 'leluja'. It presents a tree of life with two characteristic birds. It is composed in a characteristic way for this form of a paper cutting – its lower part is smaller and less decorated, the upper part is open-worked and richly adorned. The effect is complemented by an interesting well-matched colour scheme, which allows to bring out the beautiful features of the pattern. There is a piece of paper stuck in the middle to write wishes on. The card is sold in a set with an envelope. We recommend it as an Easter, Feast-day or Birthday card. . It can also be an interesting supplement to a present.
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