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oil paints/ uljane boje

uljane boje

oil paints






Paintings, flower arrangements, dishes and deserts..so many ways we can express our creativity.

Slike,cvjetni aranžmanti, jela i deserti..toliko načina za izražavanje vlastite kreativnosti.

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  1. Lepo baš! :)

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  2. Preslatko, prelepo i sigurna sam preukusno takođe <3

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  3. Beautiful flowers, delicious looking food!

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  4. Hummm...so delicious food!

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  5. Ooooo, the food pictures made me hungry. Will you post the recipes, Ivana? I would love to try especially the desserts. xx

    Reflection of Sanity

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    1. I would love to post recipes but most often I just improvise as I go...especially with cakes and deserts, I just make them up...but I will try to explain how I make them (though I won't know the exact amount of the ingrediants I used)

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  6. Divno je sve, baš je prisutna ona topla i domaća atmosfera :)
    I sad sam ogladnila od ove primamljive hrane.

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  7. You have a beautiful home Ivana and many talents. Even the dishes looks artful.
    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  8. nice home decorations..the cake seems very good

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  9. Beautiful post, really interesting! xx

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  10. Really beautiful things and fotos! Follow your blog as Oksana Arutyunova. Hope you'll visit mine and maybe do the same for keep in touch! Have a good sunday ;)


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  11. How fabulous!
    ♥XO♥
    Jeanne
    http://www.fashionmusingsdiary.com

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  12. Oooo everything looks so gorgeous and delicious! I'm definitely getting hungry looking at your food :P
    - Madolline

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  13. Beautiful creations and yummy food!!!

    Rosa
    Styleyourselfinstyle.blogspot.com - new post

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  14. I agree! So many endless ways. Finding inspiration helps and your post sure inspires. Beautiful work.

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  15. They are all so beautiful. Have a great weekend.

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  16. And all are so beautiful and tasty looking!
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  17. Yuuummmy staff! great job dear! would be great to have a recepy :)
    Kisses
    Svetlana
    http://capemaychic.weebly.com

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  18. Ma complimenti!! Io non sono nè cosí creativa nè cosí volenterosa! Buona Domenica cara Ivana!

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  19. Nice blog. Follow for follow?

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  20. Oduševljena sam tvojim rukotvorinama.. Takve aktivnosti mogu jako ispuniti čovjeka:) Sve mi je posebno na svoj način pa neću o favoritima ( mljac!)
    Pusa draga Ivana :)
    Sily

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  21. SUPER COOL PICS !!! :D

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  22. Every meal looks yummy. Those rolls are pancakes or cannelloni?
    I like to play myself with leaves, stones, candles and many stuff from nature, plus is eco friendly.

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    1. Thank you for the answer, I love too and I like to prepare with meat as I like with vegetables, I must to think in a version without tomatoes.
      Good night.

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