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DIY gold purple shoes

These shoes I had for about ten years. Years ago I applied both red and blue colours for fabrics to get the right shade of purple. Originally the shoes were white so that made it easier for me. I just love this shade of purple. Now, I decided to do something else. I took a  nailpolish with gold glitter and made them shine! 







A fashion illustration that I have made  capturing my fascination with colourful winter clothes. What do you think about it?

Comments

  1. Your glittery shoes look great!

    And for the illustration I really like the happy colours and a shape of the winter coat!

    Hugs!

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  2. Oh!!! I loved !!!
    Very Nice =)

    have a nice week ;**

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    Kisses

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  3. Creativity at its best. Great idea girl!
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  5. such great idea :) *_*

    have a great evening,

    nicole

    www.nicoleta.me

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  6. Oh wow! They're great! You're fantastic, dear friend! I like your drawing, too! :> Kisses!

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  7. Very inventive, I sometimes use nailvarnish to touch up scuff marks on my shoes too. So many uses!! :)

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  8. Thank you for your lovely comment, this makes me really happy!

    I like the DIY idea, the colour is great, better than white i think :)

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  9. Nice idea:) if you want go to my blog:)
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  10. This is such a great idea!

    Kisses, Lucy :)
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  11. This is a really original idea! Love it :D
    xoxo

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  12. oh cool idea girl!!
    New post is up girl :D
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  13. LOVE THIS!! so amaze xx

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  14. wow!!such a nice idea!the shoes are stunning!welldone girl,many kisses!
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  15. following you with GFC : Miss z. Hope you will do the same. kisses

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  16. Great idea, dear! Love it!

    xxx

    Tatiana

    http://www.bonnie23blog.blogspot.com/

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    If u would like we can follow each other and visit our blog , it will be a great pleasure for us to know ur view about our new blog....

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  18. Great idea!! And what a nice illustration!!
    xoxo
    Patricia

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  19. Beautiful DIY! Thanks for your lovely comment, following you back:)
    xx
    quiestinquiestout

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  20. Great idea!
    Well done! :)
    xxx
    S

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  21. Great idea!
    xoxo
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  22. Nice!

    XOXO
    Arianna

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  23. Hey this is one super creative idea.
    Am surely going to try this some time soon.

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  24. Hello Ivana,

    i never had the idea to "manage" my shoes like this. But you made it well! The colour is great and the nail polish looks stunning on that. The shoe as well is a really, really nice Model!!!

    Your fashion illustration: i think it´s really colourful - maybe too much? I count 5 differnet colours - shoes, skirt, jacket, cap and shirt. I think, maybe less is more...?

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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    1. I love colours a lot, so sometimes I prefer colourful look but it is true what you say, less is more.

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