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How to make a Valentine's day vase from an old detergent bottle? / Kako napraviti vazu za dan zaljubljenih od boce za deterđent?

Happy Valentine's day! For me it served as a good excuse for some DIY projects and home decoration activities as you will be able to see if you scroll down. Later in the day (or tomorrow) I'll show you the final arrangements. For now, just take a look how these old plastic bottles turned into something romantic.

Sretno Valentinovo! Za mene je poslužilo kao dobra izlika za neke uradi sam projekte i pravljenje ukrasa za dom, kao što ćete vidjeti ako produžite dalje. Kasnije danas (ili sutra) pokazati ću vam dovršene aranžmane, za sada pogledajte kako su stare plastične boce  postale nešto romantično.


 
 

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  1. I don't know how you can look at detergent bottles and thinking about making valentine's day vases. You're so creative :)

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  3. Nice work!!
    Happy Valentine's day, dear Ivana!!! and my g+ for you!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  4. very inspiring ideas my dear friend Ivana!
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  5. oh this is really a lovely idea! they look so great!!!

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  6. Dear Ivana, as usual I´m impressed about your creativity! Because your idea is really good, why to throw such bottles in the waste when the can be so nice after some DIY?

    Hope you had a great Valentine´s day, not only caused by your decoration :) I didn´t celebrate this day because it is not usual here in Bavaria in my generation to celebrate Valentine´s.

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  7. These are gorgeous! What a lovely idea <3
    Lucy
    xXx

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