When you live "overseas" for a long time, you tend to collect things (Webster's Dictionary: "stuff").
And then you get sick of the "stuff". You "get sick of it" because you see it so often that it isn't "special" anymore, or you just buy too much of it. I got tired of Gzhel, and gave most of it away.
But I will never tire of Khokhloma - хохлома - read about it here at Wiki. One can find some totally "over the top" items, but there are also tons of every day utilitarian items for the home. I happen to have a "few", and a lovely painting, too!
I'm not sure if these children's books are still available, but they are a form of "coloring book" to color or practice your strokes with:
And here is the chair to the chair and table set that my children used in the mid-1980s