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Looks like this is going to be a DIY week because it seems to be all I'm writing about (and I'm breaking my rule of not posting more than once a day). Firstly, I want to share with you this collar necklace...that thing around my neck, I've made it---and collar inspired necklace I chose to call it.( I plan to do a DIY post about it pretty soon.) Secondly, this is my new painting of the island Korčula in Croatia. What do you think? I hope that I have done justice to this amazing place.

Izgleda da će ovo biti tjedan posvećen "uradi sam" projektima. Prvo želim sa vama podijeliti ovu ovratnik (kragna) ogrlicu koju sam izradila, da ta stvar oko moga vrata, ne znam kako bi je drukčije nazvala nego ogrlica kragnica. Druge, pokazujem vam napredak i završetak moje nove slike Korčule. Nadam se da uspjela uhvatiti barem mali dio ljepote ovog mjesta.

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  1. Oooh, decorating your walls with things that you have made it always the most fun thing to do! I think you did great on your painting. :) You must be so proud, lovely lady!

    Also your collar necklace is so cute. I've gotta get some DIYs out of the way before college rears its ugly head into my life again, hahaha! I think I am going to make a corkboard... :)

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    1. corkboard...that sounds interesting:) Thank you for your kind words.

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  2. lovely!
    kss
    http://tupersonalshopperviajero.blogspot.com.es/

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  3. Really beautiful <3 Oh yes! :D Your paint is impressive and your smile too, my dear friend :D Congratulations and have a marvellous day <3 <3

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  4. Samo bih te hvalila! ;) Predivna je i slika i kragnica! :)

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  5. I'd love to find out how you made that colar necklace :)

    www.mykindofjoy.blogspot.com

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  6. Hello Sweetie :) i found your blog today, i love your design and write art <3
    I follow you now :) maybe you follow back <3

    Greetings Emma Wunderbar
    http://emma-wunderbar.blogspot.de/

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  7. I like this painting of you, it's simple and beautiful! Such a nice decoration:) This collar looks chic as well, well done, dear Ivana!
    Have a fabulous time!

    Alexandra
    www.svetusvet.com

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  8. Divno, divno :)

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  9. Dearest Ivana, although I like your DIY-necklace I´m absoultely in love with your wonderful painting of the island which you obviously really love!

    Congrats again, as always I´m so impressed by your drawings and in the actual drawing I´m in love with the mood and the vibes which come from it <3

    Thank you so much for sharing! Wish you a wonderful weekend

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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    1. thank you dear Rena...for me it is hard to judge my own paintings but what you have said " the mood and the vibes" that is what I usually admire in another painters.

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  10. wow you are a real artist! what a beautiful painting!! and you too look great!
    kiss,mary
    http://www.maryloucinnamon.com/

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  11. wooow very beautiful painting ;)
    nice week

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  12. And we don't blame you. You are such a creative person.
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  13. I like it and I am painting too. Have a great weekend.

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

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