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designing a statement ring/ osmišljavanje upečatljivi prsten

I had a really long day today. So, this evening I decided to design and make a ring for my self.  Lately I've been into the gold trend and I like how the gold looks with white so that was the main idea behind it...I wanted a statement ring, imagined it as something big and a little bit messy. When you look at photos you can tell me what you think. What to do you need to make  a ring anyway? Hm, that depends on what you want. Maybe one day I'll write about different techiniques for making jewelry but not today. For now, I'll just tell you what I used: a ring intended for DIY(bought a lot of them for practically nothing), fabrics and a gold-white button. I also used a needle and thread but I guess that goes without saying.




Danas sam imala naporan dan pa sam odlučila osmisliti i napraviti  upečatljiv prsten, htjela sam da je velik i pomalo neuredan, a pošto mi se sviđa kako se bijela slaže s zlatnom, to mi je bila nit vodilja. Koristila sam prsten koji je i namijenjen za nekakvu nadogradnju( jednom sam ih kupila puno za par kuna), tkaninu i zlatno dugme (botun).  Nekako se podrazumijeva i iglu i konac.




That wasn't enough for my gold rush, so I had to do something else, so here it is: my DIY on a collar of one simple white shirt.





Dakle, ako želite osvježiti staru košulju, sve što vam treba je igla, konac i dugmad ( botuni kako bi mi rekli). Meni je čak ova košulja i ovako pomalo dosadna, razmišljam da na nju ušijem još toga tako da stvarno taj ovratnik bude upečatljiv. Što vi mislite? Recite mi i što mislite o prstenu koji sam osmislila!


Actually the skirt still looks a bit boring to me so I am considering attaching more buttons.  Maybe if I am going to do that collar thing I should go all the way. What do you think?

Comments

  1. Soo sweet! <3 You're amazing!! :D I like your works, my dear! A big kiss and goodnight! :)

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  2. Lovely ring, great idea! Looking foward to see the shirt finished!

    xx Karolina
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  3. Super pretty ring- love it!!

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  4. heyy gr8 idea! Would love to see how the shirt turns out!:)
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  5. Ova ideja za košulju mi se jako sviđa!
    Baš si mi dala ideju kako da iskoristim slatke dugmiće koje čuvam ;)

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  6. Cool creations!

    Xoxo

    G.

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  7. You're very creative and well in doing DIY!

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  8. Que cuqui :)

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  9. Wow, you are such a creative person, i love this ring.
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  10. thanks sweet :) I'm following you now :)
    kisses


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  11. Cute ideas :)
    xx
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  12. Buttons on the collar - really nice twist to the stud trend! Great!!;)

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  13. Super ideje! Pratim te Ivana!

    www.amadeusonthecatwalk.com

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  14. Nice post, thank you for share! Also thank you so incredibly much for the comment you'd left on my blog:)
    Have a fabulous time!

    Best wishes, Alexandra
    www.svetusvet.blogspot.com

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  15. Love this DIY ring!!! So unique :D
    xoxo

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