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Eternal Girl


If you forgot I have a wonderful section on my blog which is all about designers and interesting projects. This time I want to share a wonderful interview I've done with Julia, accessory designer (visit her Etsy shop Eternal Girl) and blogger from Puella Aeterna.




1 you own a blog and a shop. What came first? Is mixed in some kind of way for you?

My shop came first. I started blogging to update my fans about my latest designs.

2 which are you sources of inspiration?
I get inspired from henna and mehndi art. I fell in love with the cultural experience of the design and special symbolism.

3 I was smitten with artwork of your necklaces. Did you learn to paint somewhere?
I have not studied art professionally. I have always loved to draw and paint ever since I was young.



4 Tell us about the piece you ever designed
The necklaces I design are all hand-drawn. Each necklace is created with a unique, henna inspired pattern mixed with my own style. The images are secured in an antique styled, bronze pendant with a round glass covering. It is made with a bronze metal chain.

5 A little survey for Inside and Outside blog: some say talented in fashion kids usually try to make their toys look better (repainting for example) did you do something like that? And if you did then what?

I remember when I was young, I liked to make a lot of bracelets out of sewing thread, beads, and yarn.
P.S. don't forget to use code INOUT for special 10% discount for my readers. Thanks Julia


Have a nice day,
Lyosha and Julia

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  1. Great interview dear, Iknow her and always visiting her blog!
    Have a nice day

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  3. She is very talented, thanks for introducing her. Have a great weekend! Kisses <3

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  4. These are wonderful doll, love her creations :) xx

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  6. so prettyyyyyy :)))
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  7. Love the artwork, Lyosha! Happy 2015 to you & may you have a wonderful new year, dear! Well, I'm back in action & resuming my blog hopping now. So glad to be back blogging ^_^
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