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DIY painting on clothes+ a casual outfit/ slikanje na odjeći+ ležerna odjevna kombinacija


The pattern on the pair of pants (that I'm presenting today in this casual outfit) was created with a technique that I have written about quite often on this blog, i.e. painting and writing with textile paints. I have used textile colours to decorate various items of clothing (coats, skirts, jeans...just about anything really.) I have even used it to paint  racing cars, motorcycles and watches on my little nephew's t-shirts. My little nephew painted one of his t-shirts himself once, he was doing really well before he suddenly decided to make quite a mess...and it seemed to had made him blissfully happy. Kids:)... They show us the true meaning of creativity...never be afraid to try something new, never be afraid you'll ruin something, never hold back your curiosity...every experience is a new lesson...they seem to understand this intuitively, don't they? 


Uzorak na ovim hlačama koje vam danas pokazujem u ovoj ležernoj kombinaciji je stvoren koristeći tehniku o kojoj sam često pisala na blogu, to jest slikanje i pisanje na odjeći sa tekstilnim bojama. Koristila sam se tekstilnim bojama kako bih ukrasila razne odjevne predmete (kapute, suknje, traperice...stvarno svašta). Čak sam se njima koristila kako bi naslikala trkaće automobile, motore i satove na majicama moga malog nećaka. On je čak jednu majicu sam oslikao, išlo mu je jako dobro dok nije odlučio napraviti strašan nered...što ga je jako usrećilo. Djeca:) Ona nam pokazuju pravo značenje kreativnosti...nikad se ne boj probati nešto novo, nikad se nemoj bojati da ćeš nešto upropastiti, nikad nemoj ukrotiti svoju radoznalost....svako iskustvo je nova lekcija...čini se da ona to razumiju intinuitivno, zar ne?




Comments

  1. Ciao IVana! Che tenero tuo nipote, hai ragione, i bambini sono proprio così! Dovremmo anche noi seguire il loro esempio qualche volta. I pantaloni sono molto carini, sei stata bravissima come sempre! E tu stai proprio bene con questo look, adoro i tuoi capelli! Un bacio!

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  2. Je, sta sve malenima padne napamet ;) Bravo i za tebe i za necaka...kreativa je u obitelji ;)

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  3. che bello questo effetto sui pantaloni!

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    1. mandami il tuo indirizzo (ivana.kardua@gmail.com) e si otterrà qualcosa :)

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  5. śliczna z Ciebie dziewczyna :)

    http://lamodalena.blogspot.com

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  6. You look great !
    Beautiful outfit Ivana, your pants are lovely and I always love your creative ideas :)

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  7. Super ideja! Zapravo, i sama imam par hlača koje su mi jednostavno dosadne... kad bih samo bila malo kreativnija, nešto bih mogla i nacrtati :)) ali to bi vjerojatno završilo kao sa tvojim nećakom :))

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    1. tko zna možda će nešto takvo pomalo abstraktno baš najefektnije i djelovati:)

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  8. Love them!!

    http://julesonthemoon.blogspot.it/

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  9. Tako je, svi treba da zadržimo tu radoznalost i želju za novim stvarima :)
    Jako originalna ideja, svaka čast! ;)

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