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DIY (white jacket decorated with textile paint) - ukrašavanje bijele jakne bojom za tekstil

Here is another DIY project. This little jacket should come in handy this spring...and with this tree that I have pained on, I like it even more.
Evo još jedan uradi sam projekt....ova mi bi bijela jakna trebala dobro poslužiti ovog proljeća...a sa ovim drvetom koje sam nacrtala, sviđa mi se još više.

another DIY print
DIY


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  1. nice!

    www.bstylevoyage.blogspot.com
    xx

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  2. wonderful :)

    http://lamodalena.blogspot.com

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  3. Beautiful ,love this <3

    kisses

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  4. This is nice and delicate. I just bought a dress with a similar blue pattern.

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  5. Well hello, Miss Artist! This is such a fun way to jazz something up. :)

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  6. Naravno da nam se sviđa :) Nemam reči zaista...

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  7. Jako lijepo izgleda! Baš je fora, nadam se da će biti uskoro neki post da vidimo kako izgleda na tebi, ne mogu ovako procijeniti kojeg je kroja.. Ali sad je milijun puta zanimljivija nego da je čisto bijele boje!

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  8. wow stunning diy! the jacket looks amazing :D

    katslovefashion.blogspot.com

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  9. Wow, the jacket looks fantastic and very professional! But I have to admit if I have painted this tree it wouldn´t be look as great than your beautiful tree :) Now I'm waiting for the regaring outfit post ...

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  10. It turned out as a lovely, springy jacket:) Good job, Ivana!

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  11. wow you have really a talent to paint beautifully on clothes! i love this tree on your jacket! amazing!!!

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  12. Fabulous result. This jacket is so unique :)

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