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DIY necklace / ogrlica koju sam izradila




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  1. Divna ogrlica, dopadaju mi se boje! x

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  2. what a beautiful necklace! you look somehow like an oriental princess here!
    kiss,mary

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  3. That's a beautiful necklace! It's very unique

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  4. this necklase is so beautiful,looks great on you dear Ivana!
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  5. Ma sai che ho un bracciale simile?! Bella idea ;)

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  6. Love the mix of wire and gemstones. It's a very timeless creation.

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    1. thank you so much. It is a very old and even a bit messy creation but I'm quite fond of it.

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  7. I absolutely love how it does look on you... Your neck is long so that's the kind of necklace you should wear...
    kisses
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  8. Me encanta, es de lo más original!!!
    Besos

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  9. Divno, tako je drugačija i neobična :)

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  10. This is so original :) And it looks great on you!

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  11. Fabulous result ! You are talented ! :)

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  12. Jako lijepa ogrlica divnih boja i vrhunske izrade! Ne znam kako si je uspijela izraditi, izgleda baš teško. Sama baš nisam ljubiteljica tih ogrlica uz vrat jer dobijem neki osjećaj klaustrofobije i davljenja :)

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    1. pa da problem je kada su stvarno preuske. Ova nije nešto posebno za napraviti, malo žice i savijanja, imala sam i puno teže radove, ali otom potom:)

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  13. I hope the crystals bring you lots of positive energy, xoxo.

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    1. I think that they're just ordinary stones but thanks:)

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  14. You are very beautiful on that snapshot with red lipstick on) and necklace is lovely, as always you know how to add an original and ethnic touch to your look.

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  15. your beautiful diy necklace reminds me on a traditional Native American "jewelry".

    yor red lipstick is very colourful - nice.

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