Skip to main content

My creations (inspired by blue) / Mojih ruku djelo(nadahnuta plavom)

Do you know that I make jewelry? I haven't written much about it on the blog but perhaps in the future I will. I might do some DIY posts (as well as write about different techniques) if you're interested. Anyhow, today I'm presenting you with a little sample of my work: two of mine necklaces that are inspired by the colour blue. The first one has hand painted flowers made from fimo and that one can be worn during winter months as well, white the second one is distinctly for summer, the focus of it being natural materials (stones and shells I have collected on the beach). Both of them are very light on the neck and easy to combine with different clothes. I'm not sure  they can be called statement peaces, as they are of medium size, but they are definitely unique. Until now, I have never repeated myself, every necklace I have made is unlike any other I have made. Naturally, in the future I might do it, for example I might design a particular necklace that I like so much that I would like copy it. 

Znate li da izrađujem nakit? Nisam baš puno pisala o tome na blogu, možda samo usputno spomenula, ali ako vas zanima mogu pisati više o tome, mojim iskustvima i različitim tehnikama koje sam isprobala te napraviti neke "uradi sam" postove. Danas vam pokazujem mali uzorak svojih radova, dvije ogrlice koje su nadahnute plavom bojom. Prva ima ručno obojane (tempera+ lak ako se dobro sjećam) cvjetove od fima i nju se može nositi u bilo kojoj sezoni, dok je druga baš predviđena za ljeto, jer je naglasak nekako na  školjkama i kamenjima koje sam prikupila na plaži. Obje su ogrlice jako lagane, ne pritišću vrat, nisam sigurna da li spadaju u one velike ogrlice koje su u modi već neko vrijeme, jer su više srednje veličine, ali su sigurno jedinstvene, jer mi je uvijek bio običaj ne ponavljati se i ne raditi po kalupima, nijedna ogrlica koju sam dosada napravila nije nalik nekoj drugoj.  Naravno, u budućnosti možda baš pronađem neki oblik koji mi najviše odgovara, osmislim nešto baš posebno, neku ogrlicu koji želim izraditi više puta.


  1. Ti si prava umetnica! ;) Savršene su! :)

  2. Znamo mi da si ti kreativno cudo :-) prva mi je predivna, malo umjetnicko dijelo!

  3. congratulations passion and patient! :)

  4. I like all what is creative, Great job, Have a nice weekend.

  5. The first one is really beautiful Ivana. Congrats!
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark

  6. You're a very talented girl... You're good at so many things..:)

  7. Looooove! Kisses)

  8. Hello Ivana,

    nicely done my dear!!! Specially the colour looks great to me.




Post a Comment

All your comments mean a lot to me, even the criticism. Naravno da mi puno znači što ste uzeli vrijeme da nešto napišete, pa makar to bila i kritika. Per me le vostre parole sono sempre preziose anche quando si tratta di critiche.

Popular posts from this blog

My fashion illustration of the day + book review / Moja modna ilustracija dana + ogled knjige ( Le Diable au corps) 6.12.2016

This morning I read an amazing novel. Le Diable au corps (translated as The Devil In the Flesh) is a novel by Raymond Radiquet. Believe it or not, this was by first book by this French writer. I don't think I even heard of him before, which is odd, but well, it happens. In his time, Raymond was quite a celebrity and he is still considered as one of the important French writers of that period. Did I like this novel? Quite frankly, I loved it. I just couldn't put this novel down. I must have read it an hour or so. I got up a bit more earlier this morning so I actually had time to read it with my morning coffee (it is not a very long novel but still it is amazing how easy it was to find one's self glued to those pages). Perhaps I should make it a habit, getting up more early so I can read more. 
Jutros sam pročitala divan roman. Đavo u tijelu  (naslov izvornika Le Diable au corps) je roman Raymonda Radiqueta. Vjerovali ili ne, ovo je moj prvi roman ovoga pisca. Mislim da nika…

Fashion illustrations of the day (markers)

Hello darlings! How are you? Can you believe that February ends today? This month has just flown by. I know it's the shortest month in the year but still. Today I'm going to share 3 fashion illustrations and sketches with you. The medium for all of them is marker on paper. I don't work with markers that often, but sometimes it is good to try something different. The fashion sketches I'm sharing are all about 3 colours: purple, green and red. Spring is in the air, so this is my reflection on all those trends for the new season. The first illustration shows a girl wearing a purple and blue jumpsuit. The second illustration features a girl wearing a transparent green dress with a top and a skirt under that dress. The third illustration shows two girls in red gowns.


February Recap (art & DIY projects & outfits)

I've put a lot of effort into blogging this February, I hope it shows. As far as the content goes, February was similar to January, mostly a mix of my illustrations and outfit posts (here). This month I was full of positing ideas and I managed to make many of them happen. I feel pretty good about that. The only thing I feel bad about is making my blog monolingual and not using my other languages, but translating texts from English to other languages takes such a long time. It is so much easier to just write in English.  Hopefully, I'll manage to change that and make my blog multilingual again. I need to organize my time better. Fingers crossed. For March I already have a few posts prepared. You can expect more art (mostly fashion illustrations) & outfit posts. 

I shared two DIY projects in February, one about making a Barbie dress, the other was about how to paint a plant container. I don't have any DIY projects prepared for March, but I'm sure that I…