Judit Jurasek Kucsera

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Refashioned denim is a big thing at the moment and upcycling is a GREAT way to get rid of those jeans that have collapsed at the knee or a pair that you have LOVED but can’t bear to finally part with (even though there is absolutely no hope of squeezing back into them.) So,drag those jeans…

Awesome DIY Inspiration: Sew a whale toy from denim jeans - A Designer Life Create this amazing DIY whale soft toy by sewing old denim jeans fabric! Want fantastic ideas concerning arts and crafts? Head to my amazing website!

25 Likes, 3 Comments - JH ART_ (@joyful0123) on Instagram: “What’s ur favorite header style?? I love all of them! . . . #headers #headerstyles #design…”

25 Likes, 3 Comments - JH ART_ (@joyful0123) on Instagram: “What’s ur favorite header style?? I love all of them! . . . #headers #headerstyles #design…”

These Floral Bullet Journal Ideas Will Bring Out The Romantic In You #journal #romance #valentines #creative

These Floral Bullet Journal Ideas Will Bring Out The Romantic In You #journal #romance #valentines #creative

Easy Watercolor Flowers Step by Step Tutorial! #watercolor

Easy Watercolor Flowers Step by Step Tutorial! #watercolor

Unicorn doodle journal arts. Easy doodle to make your bullet journal prettier. #buleltjournal #doodlejournal #unicorndoodles

Unicorn doodle journal arts. Easy doodle to make your bullet journal prettier. #buleltjournal #doodlejournal #unicorndoodles

Original artwork of a single blue himalayan poppy rendered in pen, ink and watercolor. It is titled “Twisting Single Poppy” and is signed and dated at the bottom with the title on the back. A single stem seems to add movement to the poppy because the stem seems to twist and curve.

Original artwork of a single blue himalayan poppy rendered in pen, ink and watercolor. It is titled “Twisting Single Poppy” and is signed and dated at the bottom with the title on the back. A single stem seems to add movement to the poppy because the stem seems to twist and curve.