Rollers with designs based on folk art design are extremely decorative in themselves. Cookies made with their use are not only decorative, but also delicious. When designing engraved rolling pin designs in folk style, we were inspired primarily by Polish folk art, which is rich in Lowicz embroidery, Kashubian embroidery, Silesian embroidery, Łowicz cutouts, Easter eggs etc. Polish folk art is a treasury of beautiful ornaments, and our folk rollers and You can find cookie stamps from the Folk Art House in Warsaw's Old Town. Folk designs on MoodForWood rollers have many variations, but several designs are particularly popular and have not changed for years. The common denominator of all folk patterns is strong rooting in the tradition of the region. The simplicity of the pattern was due to the need to make it in wood with simple tools, or to embroider it on a tablecloth or folk costume. The inspiration for folk patterns is nature, but also man's desire to beautify his surroundings. Ornamental art has always accompanied man and has always been important in his life. Folk art is a return to the roots, observation of nature and surroundings. An attempt to make him more beautiful. MoodForWood rollers made of natural materials, engraved in folk patterns have enjoyed unflagging popularity for years. Roller with Dala horse, Norwegian Rosemaling pattern, pattern inspired by Lowicz cutouts, Hungarian Kalocsai embroidery - you can find it all in our online store.