Pajak- Polish Mobile / Chandelier. $95.00, via Etsy.

Traditionally "Pajaki" are made by Polish women in rural villages as decorations for their homes. The materials used to make it include: colored tissue paper, gold colored beads, colored plastic straws, colored yarn, wooden sticks and steel wire

Polish chandelier

Pająk (plural form: pająki), a folk decoration from Poland, traditionally hung on the ceiling.

Parcel European Styled Paper Pouf Pom Pom Chandeliers Available in 5 Colors | eBay

Parcel: European Styled Paper Pouf Pom Pom Chandeliers, Available in 5 Colors

Parcel European Styled Paper Pouf Pom Pom Chandeliers Available in 5 Colors | eBay

Polish paper chandelier by Hello Sandwich

The literal translation of Pajaki is “spiders of straw” and these paper chandeliers were part of the elaborate Christmas celebration of Polish peasants

Pajaki Paper Mobile: "A friend of mine from Poland told me about this adorable pajaki paper cutout mobile. Pajaki translates as 'spider of straw.' I think it's a cute, quirky way to brighten up a room."  — Britt Stephens, Assistant Editor  Pajaki Spider Straw Mobile ($130)

Pajaki Paper Mobile

"A friend of mine from Poland told me about this adorable pajaki paper cutout mobile. Pajaki translates as 'spider of straw.' I think it's a cute, quirky

Aunt Peaches: The Pajaki Has Landed. Great blog! This post specifically has some more cultural info about the pajaki, which is nice

The Pajaki Has Landed

A traditional Polish Paper Chandelier at Bell'occhio in San Francisco via decor8

Inspired Shops: Bell'occhio in San Francisco

Polish paper chandelier's beautiful, and they look like they might be easy to make (time consuming though!

D.I.Y. Mini Pakaji

DIY Mini Pajaki

These DIY mini pajakis by Honestly WTF are pretty spectacular and fun!

they are delicate mobiles hand made by the women and girls of the villages in Poland as decorations for their home

I am just loving these Polish Pajaki.
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