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How to make jewelry out of old cookies?/ Kako napraviti nakit od starih kolača?

step no.1: paint the cookies with a paint of your choice  (I've used acrylic colours and nail polish ) /obojite kolačiće, ja sam koristila akrilne boje i lak za nokte

I don't need to mention you have to let them dry, do I? ...and the fact they must be hard cookies?/ Ne moram spominjati da ih treba ostaviti da se osuše, zar ne? kao i činjenicu da ovo mora biti tvrda vrsta kolača?


Step number 3- Having pierced the cookie with a needle, you should put a thread through it and improvise a necklace. You can make it from the thread or use a satin cord, or use a combination of the two (as I have). Let your imagination run wild. I've included plenty of photos of necklaces that I have been making lately to give you some inspiration. I'm thinking about making another post about this eco-friendly technique of making jewelry that I have just came up with....we'll see. As always, thank you for reading.

Korak broj tri....dakle, kada ste probušili kolač, stavite konac kroz njega i napravite ogrlicu za njega kakvu želite. Možete koristiti konac ili kao ja kombinaciju konca i satenske trake (ili što god vam se nađe pri ruci) Pustite mašti na volju. Ja sam uključila dosta fotografija ogrlica koje sam pravila u zadnje vrijeme...ako imate nekih pitanja, ostavite ih u komentarima...Možda napravim još koji post o ovoj ekološkoj tehnici izrade koju sam izmislila, vidjeti ćemo. Kao i uvijek, hvala na čitanju.





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  1. This is so creative! You better pinterst these gems so everyone can appreciate your talent

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  2. You're a genius! <3 And a princess too... so beautiful :D Dear friend... you're my favourite artist, and these jewels are original!! <3 kisses and hugs

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  3. Zanimljivo, pogodno za "na brzinu" kad nam treba detalj u nekoj boji ili određenog oblika. Podseća me na liciderska srca koja su pravljena od testa i koja mogu da se nose i oko vrata.

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    1. sad kad si to spomenula, možda sam tako (od licitarskih srca) i dobila ideju.

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  4. Ovo je baš zanimljiva ideja i veoma kreativno :)
    Pratim nazad preko gfc, g+ i blogovin. xx

    Maja
    http://modern-muffin.blogspot.com/

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  5. Lovely idea, I guess especially children would love to make such things, its kind of fun))) you are always full of various ideas, its really great!
    happy Friday, Ivana!

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  6. I never thought of this! They look nice and yummy haha, xoxo.

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  7. Hello Ivana,

    blue looks cool...;-)

    good job my dear!!!

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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