I made a third binder, by the way. I used the sale technique and added on this funny image I found online.
It’s kind of this bendable plastic material. I bought it at Hema, but I’m not sure if they have that shop in a lot of countries. But I think binders like that are also available in other shops. It should work on regular hard binders as well though if you use mod podge. ^^
New version of my old drawing. Stop body shaming.
Thanks to the people who responded to my quastion about yoga. I decided to go look for some yoga / pilates classes in September. :D
Do any of you do yoga? I’m thinking of trying it out to tone my body, get rid of my back pain and be more relaxed. Opinions?
Back to school tip: GET ORGANIZED
I’ve learned over the years that it really helps to get organized. You’ll be less stressed out because you have a clear idea of what you have to get done by what date.
1. If your school doesn’t provide one, but and agenda or even make one yourself. Write down all your homework and free time activities.
2. I find it really handy to also have a planner/calendar on my phone so that I can just add in events whenever I want. Another good thing about a calendar app is that you can set it so that it will warn you when a due date or event is coming up. I use SolCalendar for this because it looks nice, I can add icons and I can even add in a to do-list.
As you can see, my back to school series have started! I’ll be posting a lot of school-related things over the next few weeks.
Here’s what you can expect:
- Quick tips
- Fashion inspiration
- Beauty inspiration
- If you have any questions on how to survive highschool or college, just ask away and I’ll try and give you some advice. :D
I revamped these two plain black binders that I had. It was so easy to do and they look totally awesome. Plus, you can really change these up depending on your personal style.
For this one I just put an image of a quote I found online on top of an image of wood and printed it out. Then I used mod podge to get it on the binder. I decorated the side with washi tape.
For this one I printed out 6 large images (each half a page) and then cut them into identical triangles. You could also use images you find in magazines for this. Then I used mod podge and I glued them on the binder in three rows. Once the mod podge has set a bit you can cut off anything that hung off the edges.
Good luck and please send me pictures if you do this DIY! I would appreciate it so much.