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DIY (painting on clothes)--- uradi sam (slikanje na odjeći)

I have promised you more DIY posts, haven't I? Today DIY project involves a technique that I have already posted about a few times. Basically all you have to do is buy some paint (there are many kinds out there and they're not expensive ) that can be applied on the clothes, make sure you put something under( a book, a magazine, anything) the material you're working with so that the paint doesn't get everywhere and that is all there is to it. As you may know, I love painting and I love clothes so you can imagine how trilled I am to join the two together. A match made in heaven if you ask me!  If you want to see the results, scroll down.

Obećala sam vam više postova posvećenih radovima (tj uradi sam projektima), nisam li? Današnji uradi sam projekt je nešto o čemu sam već pisala, slikanje po odjeći. Sve što vam treba je kupiti boju koja se može nanositi na odjeću (ima puno vrsta u ponudi i nisu skupe) i nešto (knjiga, časopis, bilo što) što ćete staviti ispod materijala na kojem radite da boje ne završi svugdje... Kao što ste možda primjetili, obožavam slikanje i odjeću, pa možete zamisliti kako sam oduševljena kada to dvoje mogu spojiti....to je za mene svakako dobitna kombinacija....Ako želite vidjeti rezultate znate što trebate...


a little place to call my own

vintage pink pencil skirt just got a new design!...and it seems to me it will match this tee quite nicely!...you can also see the paint I'm using it's called Tulip.
We all need " a little place to call my own". For me this blog is a virtual place to call my own.

Finished product
What do you think about this DIY?

Comments

  1. Che meraviglia Ivana mi piace un sacco! Caterina www.imieioutfit.blogspot.com

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  2. Very cute! I wish I had more skills like that.

    /Avy

    http://mymotherfuckedmickjagger.blogspot.com

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  3. odlicna ideja :)

    http://fashionovertheainbow.blogspot.com/2014/03/denim-with-black.html

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  4. very nice :)

    http://lamodalena.blogspot.com

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  5. Obožavam slikanje na odjeću! :)

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  6. Oh wow, that is really, really cute. You did a very good job. I am so impressed. Don't stop :).

    http://www.thefashionstirfry.com

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  7. IT was a great ideai to paint something related to your blog Ivana :)

    http://mykindofjoy.blogspot.pt/

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  8. Love this post dear.x I love DIYs, I think they make every item unique and extra special! Love the painting you made and I don't know if I told you before but I love the name of your blog and it was the perfect logo for this DIY. Have a lovely day!
    xxxx
    Stephanie
    vidathings.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. How pretty is that) You have so many creative ideas, I'm impressed:)

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  10. i never done this. but i see you had the talent for this. another good job from you!

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