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DIY of the day (how to make an ecologically friendly decorative hair pin?)/ Napravi sam projekt dana (kako napraviti ekološki svjesnu ukrasnu ukosnicu)










How to make an ecologically friendly decorative hair pin? By using recycled materials. For this DIY you will need:

- a bit of thick paper or cardboard
-one old hair pin
- a bit of fabric (I used fabric from an old pillow case)
- some paint ( I used nail polish but you can use markers, or paints of any sort)

I think the photographs are pretty self explanatory but just in case I'll explain once again (similar DIY here) . So, this is how you do it. You cut a bit of thick paper or cardboard in the shape of a heart. Then you sew fabric around it and if you want apply some paint to decorate it. Finally, you sew the heart onto the hair pin. Easy, isn't it? Do you feel tempted to try it?



Kako napraviti ekološki svjesnu ukrasnu ukosnicu? Tako što ćete koristiti reciklirane materijale.  Za ovaj napravi sam projekt trebati će vam:

- malo debljeg papira ili kartona
- jedna stara ukosnica
- malo tkanine ( ja sam koristila tkaninu s jedne stare jastučnice)
- malo boje ( ja sam koristila lak za nokte ali možete koristiti markere ili bilo kakve boje).

Mislim da fotografije sve lijepo pokazuju, ali za svaki slučaj pokazati ću još jednom (vidi sličnu stvar ovdje) ....tako da...Odrežete malo debljeg papira ili kartona u obliku srca. Onda ušijete tkaninu okolo i malo ukrasite bojom ako želite. Konačno, zašijete srce za ukosnicu. Jednostavno, zar ne? Želite li pokušati? 

Comments

  1. Na taj nacin mozes bilo sta da napravis zar ne, super ideja!

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  2. Qué originales!
    www.caprichosasyconsentidas.com

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  3. This is so clever. Love the outcome, great job, Ivana.
    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  4. That is really a very clever DIY, Ivana! I never even though of sewing the pin behind and it's so sweet on you.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  5. Wow, love the way it's so easy to make it, very cool, would love to try :)
    Kisses
    Svetlana
    http://capemaychic.weebly.com

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  6. That's a cool DIY pin..:)

    Stay in Style
    Karen @ Lookbook Store Blogspot

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  7. Que lindo adorei!!!
    Beijokas da Carol da Camila :*
    www.vamospapear.com

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  8. svidja mi se!
    jako interesantno :))
    Isidora
    http://highheelpoodl.blogspot.com

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  9. Haha, fun! Definitely would want to try it, but I've got two left hands and I'll surely mess things up :D

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  10. Caaaarino!

    The Cutielicious
    http://www.thecutielicious.com
    Federica

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  11. Tako jednostavno, a efektno i lijepo! Bravo, jako mi se sviđa! :)

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  12. Really easy and it looks adorable :)

    Giveaway - www.mykindofjoy.com

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  13. Pa ti si kao mađioničar! :) Preslatko izgleda i divno ti stoji, daje tu neku retro šik notu ;)

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  14. Wow bellissimo accessorio:) ti sta molto bene sui capelli un bacione cara

    http://denimakeup95.blogspot.it/

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  15. Jednostavno, a preslatko! Jako mi se sviđa i baš ti lijepo stoji :)

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  16. Fantastic post! Very lovely photos too. Happy Wednesday dear! :)

    STYLEFORMANKIND.COM
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  17. Que maximo amei a dica
    Canal:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNNlFtDc1-o
    Blog:http://arrasandonobatomvermelho.blogspot.com.br/

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  18. That is a great idea! I love all your eco-friendly ideas, they are super and thoughtful! x

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  19. That is so adorable! Kisses dear, have a good evening! xo

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  20. So cute this is, I love it :) xx

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  21. What a great idea and it looks so cute on you!

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  22. Ti si, mala, bas kreativna, svidja mi se ovo srculence

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