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painted and written on with textile paint

I'm no stranger to textile paints and I always enjoy using them. Painting on clothes is a lot of fun and a great way to refresh your wardrobe. Anyhow, today I present you with the result of my recent creative activities. Old bag made new ( I just love recycling stuff). I'm also taking an opportunity to appeal on behalf the flood victims in BIH, Croatia and Serbia. You can make a donation to the red cross  herehere and here.

Često se koristim tekstilnim bojama i baš uživam u tome. Uvijek je zabavno oslikavati odjeću, a uz to je to odličan način za osvježiti garderobu.  Početkom mjeseca sam oslikala par starih cekera koje sam pronašla...stare torbe postale su nove (uvijek me veseli iskoristi nešto nanovo).

Samo da još kažem kako je zaista divno vidjeti koliko su ljudi spremni pomoći žrtvama poplave...grozno je to što se dogodilo, ali je barem utješno vidjeti humanost na djelu. Dok imamo srca jedni za druge, ima nade!

Comments

  1. I definitely agree with you, painting on clothes is so much fun! I love doing this too, but I don't have so many ideas as you have, unfortunatelly. Sometimes I'd love to create somethign interesting, but I have no inspiration, my muse is lazy, seems to me:)
    That bag turned out really cool and original! Hope you will enjoy using it for a long time)

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    1. To me inspiration always come when I don't expect it, when I'm tired and stresses...and when I do have time I don't always have the right ideas...Life is funny:)

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    2. super, nice bag :)

      http://lamodalena.blogspot.com/

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  2. Great post dear...lovely pics..:-)

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  3. Super je, originalno i unikatno. :)

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  4. I have have to have 3 extra bags just in case I mess up the whole thing, LOL! It takes talent and precision and I just don't have both!

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  5. Ma che idea carina!!!
    Sei davvero creativa, tesoro! :D
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  6. I love your blog,dear!

    theprintedsea.blogspot.com

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  7. Is this a bag! I love it, can I have it? So fun :-)

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  8. Honestly I painted only my sneakers in the past and I can't remember that I ever had painted any garment! But the result of your painting is stunning and I like it - I like also the quote, now I know why I am a bookworm :)

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  9. Bellissima, ivana! Caterina www.imieioutfit.blogspot.com

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  10. Prepoznajem se u toj rečenici ;) Toliko je slatko i divno da nemam reči. Non stop bih nosila tu torbicu :)

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  11. I love the result ! Beautiful idea, I love this DIY :)

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