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Today I took some photos while walking...with so much rain, everything is green...

Remember those DIY with earrings(accessories)? I figured out that they can be worn as bracelets as well. What do you think?

Danas sam šetala uz Neretvi i uslikala sam par fotografija, a kao što možete vidjeti sve je zeleno što nije čudno uz svu tu kišu...Sjećate se onih naušnica koje sam išarala? Skužila sam da se mogu nositi i kao narukvice. Što mislite?


  1. je, priroda je zakon:) hvala na komentaru

  2. Good idea, to wear them as bracelets, too :) And your landscape is really wonderful - nearly as green like here! And here it rains and it rains and it rains ...

    xx from Bavaria, Rena

  3. amazing photos, and what a clever idea of wearing earrings as bracelets. I love the rings too

  4. Brilliant idea about DIY earrings as bracelets and nature!!
    You write quite often about rain.Nevertheless,rain has fantastic influence.
    Best Dressed Poland

  5. It's been raining a lot here too. Loving that things are turning from brown to green, haha.

  6. I baš su dobre kao narukvice :))

  7. Those views look so beautiful, is that near of ur city too?
    Nice post!
    Have a great time!

    Best wishes, Alexandra

  8. Ciao IVana! Che belle foto e che carini gli orecchini usati come bracciali!:) Un bacio!

  9. Lovely pictures my dear,I love your bracelets! ;D



  10. Odlicne su mi kao narukvice, svidjaju mi se jos i vise :-) divne fotkice :-)

  11. Lovely place, love the rushing water. Your bracelets are gorgeous x

  12. Thanks for reply) Ivana, could you kindly place the link of your blog at your profile, it's always a battle to find the way to your blog)
    Have a fabulous time!

    Best wishes, Alexandra

  13. Nice photos!!! I like the bracelets!!

    Have a wonderful weekend, dear! and my g+ and like in bloglovin for you!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥


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