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sketches (necklaces) / skice (ogrlice)

I've been working on making and designing necklaces...As you know (if you have been following regularly), I have been experimenting over sized necklaces made from faux leather. I've been trying to work out  how I want to make them and all that. Here are a few sketches and ideas and hopefully soon you'll be able to see a final product.  Perhaps making my designs really bubble and positive, sort of cartoonish 'sugar, spice and everything nice' type of stuff  is the result of  currently having a hard time in life and consequently trying to cheer myself up subconsciously.

Radila sam na pravljenu i osmišljavanju ogrlica. Kao što znate ako redovito pratite, malo sam eksperimentirala sa  velikim ogrlicama od eko kože. Pokušavala sam smisliti kako ih želim praviti i tako to. Evo par skica i ideja i nadam se da ću uskoro moći pokazati vam neke radove. Možda su mi u glavi vesele stvari u stilu crtića jer mi u zadnje vrijeme u životu ne cvjetaju ruže. Možda je to podsvijesni način da sama sebe oraspoložim.
necklaces

bright colours

experimenting with pattern



Comments

  1. I´m so glad you enjoy this dear, looks like you have fun besides you´re pretty good at it...

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  2. Your a total professional Ivana! I'll look forward to the faux Leather accessories, xoxo.

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  3. Lovely designs, Ivana! I love the pink one with hearts and the last drawing with a portrait of a girl with purple hair is beautiful. I know so well how you feel... It's the same for me, the worst I feel the happiest are my drawings. But it's good that we can create to brighten our days! Hugs and smiles!

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    1. yes, it is true:) there is a lot of comfort to be found in creativity!

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  4. What fun designs! Bold jewelry and leather sound like a great combo :)

    Rachel
    http://alamodest.com

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  5. cool drawings !!! :)

    http://lamodalena.blogspot.com/

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  6. Great post dear...lovely pics..:-)
    kisses

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  7. Draga Ivana, nadam se da nije nista preozbiljno i preruzno te da ce uskoro ruze cvjetati posvuda u tvom zivotu a ne samo na ogrlicama... od srca :) Slicice su lijepe i vesele te se veselim buducim realizacijama istih :*

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    1. hvala ti Ivana...ma nije ništa preozbiljno, samo sam premorena, nekad se previše toga skupi...

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  8. I ja se nadam da će sve biti ok, sve ima rešenje i sve prođe i znam da je lako reći a u praksi je drugačije, ali ipak, nadam se da mogu makar malo da dorpinesem toj pozitivnosti kojom odišu ovi crteži. Stvarno si prava umetnica :)

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  9. Ciao Ivana, non vedo l'ora di vedere I tuoi gioielli! Mi dispiace che tu sia giù di morale tesoro :-( ti abbraccio forte e ti penso
    Baci,
    Coco
    Coco et La vie en rose / Bloglovin / Facebook

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  10. So lovely, I like all the different colours used :) I hope you are having a sweet day doll xx

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  11. I think that heart necklace would look beautiful :) I hope everything gets better sweety!

    http://mykindofjoy.blogspot.pt/

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  12. Che idee carine, disegnare è un ottimo modo per rilassarsi e staccare dai problemi!

    S/S 2014 trend: PALMS lowbudget-lowcost Fashion Blog

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  13. I'm glad that your creative verve lifts you through hard time, though I'm sorry to hear that things are tough right now.
    I particularly like the boldness of the triangular shaped one.

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  14. Baš me zanima kako će izgledati već gotovi komadi!!

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