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DIY (butterfly necklace--ogrlica leptir)



As promised, this month there will be more DIY posts.
 I'm not sure when exactly I have made this necklace....
 ....but I have found one old photo (from 2005!!!) where I'm wearing it so I have probably made it while I was still in high school.

 Time stops for no one...can't believe that my stay in Sicily was that long ago...and looking at this old photo, it seems like I always loved braids, doesn't it?

Nisam sigurna kada sam točno napravila ovu ogrlicu, ali sam pronašla jednu staru fotografiju (iz 2005 zamislite) gdje je nosim pa je vjerovatno da sam je napravila dok sam bila u srednjoj školi. Vrijeme stvarno leti...ne mogu vjerovati da je prošlo toliko od moga boravka na Siciliji. Gledajući ovu sedam godina staru fotografiju moram promjetiti da još uvijek nosim istu frizuru (većinom barem), uvijek pletenice.

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  1. such a cool idea and diy ! U look so pretty Dear !

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  2. So lovely photos!!!love your necklace,the photo is amazing,you look so pretty!
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  4. This is obviously a wonderful and very long lasting DIY which looks really good on you <3 And I love also your hat!

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  5. Baš mi se sviđa leptirić :))
    Tako se inače i ja znam šokirati kad pogledam neke stare fotke i shvatim da su slikane prije 7,8 godina...vrijeme ide prebrzo.

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  6. divna je ogrlica i bas je zanimljivo sto si nasla i staru sliku sa njom :)


    http://elzanapjevic.blogspot.com/

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  7. I love your necklace, you look like the same, and now we know you always have liked braids... kisses
    www.petitgraphie.blogspot.com

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  8. nice post :)

    lavinajampit.blogspot.com

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  9. Really beautiful necklace. Have a great week Ivana!
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  10. Sei stata bravissima Ivana, la collana è troppo carina! Un bacio cara!:*

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  11. Adorable necklace beauty. Have a lovely week :)

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  12. You haven't changed since you was young. Lately I've been thinking of my long gone teenage years too. Your necklace is lovely, carry on with your talent, xoxo.

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