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Sketch and DIY of the day / Skica i DIY dana

We always think we know better, but what is there to do but believe that someday we will really know better.
Uvijek mislimo kako znamo bolje, ali zaista što nam preostaje nego vjerovati da ćemo jednog dana zaista i znati bolje.




Hello! Today I'm sharing one sketch that is accompanied by a message and a DIY. The message on the sketch is pretty self explanatory. We often think we know better but then we realize that we don't. However, life is all about learning from our mistakes so there is nothing else to do but to try again and believe that some day we'll truly know better.

As far as DIY goes, it's pretty simple. I  have sewn these little hearts onto this striped top yesterday because I wanted to cover up little holes that were beginning to form on it. You know when you manage to find a cotton t-shirt that is really made from cotton and then you wash it a few times only to discover those annoying little holes forming? Well, here is a solution for it. A solution that is very low cost and not time consuming at all...In fact, all you need is a needle, thread, a bit of material and about five minutes of your time.

Zdravo! Danas s vama dijelim jednu skicu praćenu s porukom i uradi sam projektom. Poruka na skici je dosta jasna sama od sebe. Često mislimo kako znamo bolje ali onda shvatimo da nije tako. Međutim u životu učimo od pogrješaka tako da nemamo zapravo drugo rješenje nego pokušati ponovo i vjerovati da ćemo jednog dana doista znati bolje.

Što se tiče uradi sam projekta, jako je jednostavan. Jučer sam ušila ova mala srca na prugastu majicu jer sam željela pokriti rupice koje su se počele formirati na majici. Znate kada uspijete pronaći pamučnu majicu koja je stvarno pamučna i onda je operete par put samo da biste otkrili te iritirajuće rupice. Evo rješenja! Rješenje koje je vrlo povoljno i ne oduzima puno vremena. Zapravo sve što vam treba je igla, konac, malo materijala i oko pet minuta vašeg vremena. 


Comments

  1. I love the DIY, very creative. I have been thinking of doing something similar lately. I want to sew a huge heart onto a jumper. The illustration is very meaningful.

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  2. Beautiful post! I love this DIY, such a good idea! Thanks for sharing and have a nice day!
    xx cvetybaby.com

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  3. Both so cute doll, love them :) xx

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  4. Lovely post

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  5. Bella soluzione e poi mi piace la combinazione di righe!

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  6. Great DIY ,what a lovely Idea :)

    Have a wonderful Day Ivana ,lots of Hugs!

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  7. Really beautiful message :)

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  8. Very pretty work!!!!
    Have a good week, dear Ivana!!! my g+ for you!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  9. bella sia l'illustrazione che la maglia rigata
    Buon mercoledì
    un bacione
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  10. Your sketch is so cute and the message is right on point. Plus I like the idea fo covering the hole with heart patches.
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  11. Sviđa mi se poruka, stvarno je istinita i također mi se jako sviđa DIY majica, sad je još posebnija s ovim srčekima :D

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  12. The sketch is really pretty but the message is what really caught me it is so true and well said.And this DIY is a brilliant idea for covering holes in t-shirts, not to mention it looks cute :) Thanks for sharing Ivana!

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  13. Beautiful sketch :) & I love the sewed hearts on this shirt, so great!

    RedLip&Love

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  14. Love your diy, such a great idea :D Beautiful sketch x

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  15. Super DIY !!!!


    xo

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  16. Un post genial.
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  17. This is such a good idea Ivana and how original and sweet!!!! It's like the original patch idea but with a fun fashionable twist!!!x

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  18. And seriously, you can just pick pomegranates wild????!??!?!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!x

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  19. Odlična ideja! Pratimo se :)
    Kiss

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  20. Very creative and nice. I love diys, but I'm too busy to find time for them. :)

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  21. Great work Ivana. We all made mistakes in our life, make sure we move on from it, learn from it and work to better ourselves. xo

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  22. sono d'accordo con quel messaggio! Ed il DIY è molto carino, mi sa che appena vedo buchi nelle tee lo realizzo anche io!

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  23. Very creative with the DIY. Loving the drawing you made as always. Thanks for the comment on my post by the way. Meant a lot :D.

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  24. Great solution Ivana! very creativ and also in trend!

    Kisses
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  25. Everyday is about learning new and better things to make us great. :)

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  26. Your sketch is very cool and I will take your message even deeper because I like it. What if, before we are born, we are allowed to give out future selves challenges in life in hopes they teach us what we need to know. Too deep for the comment section? Sounds like me :)

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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  27. Your DIY is not only an excellent way to cover holes, but it's a great personal touch even without holes. It's not easy to get better.

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  28. Majica izgleda predobro! Sviđa mi se kombinacija prugica i jedva je čekam vidjeti na tebi! :) Poruka dana mi se sviđa također, istina...

    Pusa Ivek!

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  29. I adore DIYs like these & this is simply brilliant, Ivana! Who would've thought behind those pretty hearts are holes! xoxo

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  30. Baš su slatka ta srdašca, odlična ideja za majcu. Plus dobijaš originalnu stvar! Damica sa crteža je baš draga, kao da je prispela iz 40ih! A poruka sasvim tačna :*

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  31. Those flowers are so pretty <3
    I am following your blog via GFC and Bloglovin, hope you could do the same!
    Sabina
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  32. Very nice drawing !!!
    I like the idea!
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