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Božićno drvce/ Christmas tree




Dragi moji, evo podijelit ću s vama fotografije kićenja bora i ostatka kuće. Prva  slika je iz gostinjske sobe, a druga je iz hodnika gdje je kao što i vidite Božićno drvce. Ovo baš i nije post o odjevnoj kombinaciji jer nosim džemper u kojem inače spavam zimi:), zapravo htjela sam vam pokazati bor. E ipak  sam se sjetila  obući onu suknju na koju sam sašila čpku- a da budem iskrena to je suknja koju sam izgorjela peglom, pa tako moja kreativnost se često svodi na popravljanje vlastitih grješki. Usput imam novu boju kose, crnu,  eto muž poželjeo crnku.

I'm sharing with you photos of Christmas decorating I've been busy with yesterday. The first photo is about decoration in the guest room, and the others  (as you can see) are about the Christmas tree. This is not really an outfit post since I'm wearing my pyjama sweater (the warm knitted sweater I'm sleeping in during the winter). However, I did remember to wear that DIY skirt in the first photo(remember last post?).

I'm not sure have you noticed but I have a new hair colour. (As my natural colour is dark brown the difference is not obvious) My husband's been begging me to colour my hair black for years so if that makes him so happy, why not try? Feminist out there, feel free to judge;) Ah, the things we do for love:) and here is the brand I used:



Comments

  1. I love black hairs! I've got them ;) Relly nice, my friend.. and what a fantastic christmas tree!! So original! Congratulations and a big hug! :)

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  2. Hahahahaha!! What a funny pictures!!
    xoxo
    Patricia

    http://misstoptenimage.blogspot.com

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  3. So cute! Love the detail and your skirt and your tree is so fun!
    Jamie
    http://chatterblossom.blogspot.com/

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  4. Lovely Christmas decorations! Thanks for visiting me again to follow, following you back <3

    xoxo

    http://glam-mania.blogspot.com

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  5. Oo, that looks so nice. I love Christmas and your hair color is so nice. Have a great day.

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

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  6. Cute pictures with a beautiful Christmas Tree. Love the second outfit :)

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  7. Hello Ivana,

    your x-mas deco looking great.

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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