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DIY ( circles pattern on shoes)/ uradi sam (uzorak krugova na cipelama)

DIY shoes

circles drawn with textile pants


first DIY of this month

red and blue

with flash

without flash

Yesterday's DIY is the fist creative activity of May. New month, new start....Welcome May!

Jučerašnji uradi sam projekt je ujedno i prva kreativna aktivnost svibnja. Novi mjesec, novi početak....Dobrodošao svibnju!

Comments

  1. So cool, I love the colour :) xx

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  2. Che bella idea, Ivana, sono bellissime! Caterina www.imieioutfit.blogspot.com

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  3. They look so fun :D http://mykindofjoy.blogspot.pt/

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  4. wow, super!!!

    http://lamodalena.blogspot.com/

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  5. Che idea super! gai reso fichissime quelle scarpe! :D
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it/

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  6. Che bella idea Ivana, ottimo risultato!

    New FLASH TREND on lowbudget-lowcost Fashion Blog

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  7. Che brava Ivana! Un bacione buon weekend http://www.cocoetlavieenrose.com

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  8. Nice DIY, the result is lovely!
    Have a great week end!

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    1. thank you and have a lovely weekend yourself!

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  9. Molto carine anche queste Ivana!

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  10. I always love your DIYs, excellent ideas and this one is no exception! The combination of blue and pink is just perfect and gives such a unique touch to those heels.x Have a lovely weekend dear!
    xxxx
    Stephanie

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  11. Ma che idea Ivana! Lucy www.tpinkcarpet.com

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  12. oh, wow! What a good idea! Now that pair looks so original and very special:) Well done!

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  13. You are very creative, i like it.:) Good blog.

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  14. Che brava che sei! Io c'ho provato qualche volta, ma il risultato......... ;-)

    Bacio
    Rosa

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  15. i did´nt do that to my shoes.

    You are very creative - would be nice to know, which kind of clothes you wear to this shoes?

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