making my home coming dress

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It’s homecoming season. This was my first homecoming, I actually went to two of them, but I ended up making my dress. It was a challenge but I’m very happy with the outcome. I also ended up saving A LOT of money which is always a benefit. I wanted to share this process to show an overlook at the making of a homecoming dress, and if anyone has questions – feel free to leave a comment or fill out the contact form!

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my september bullet journal

 

 

A new month, new bullet journal spread. I got a bigger bullet journal, after finishing my last one at the end of summer. This has more room, which is perfect for the school year and my long to-do lists. The general layout stayed the same, but the theme this month was just a bunch of cloud doodles. I kept it minimalistic and clean. If you have a bullet journal, feel free to ask questions or leave a link in the comments! 

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my august bullet journal!

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There’s nothing like a good old bullet journal spread post to get you ready for a new month. The theme is a simple version of a book theme and has the same color palette throughout the entire spread. I kept things pretty simple, other than a few of the doodles. It’s also one of the shorter spreads, in terms of time, that I’ve done.  Click Here to see all of my other bullet journal spreads!

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the making of a vision board

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What else is there to do on a summer morning except to make a vision board. I like having order in my life, having a plan, a schedule. I obviously had to be even more planned and organized out, which led me to make a vision board. My sister and I cut things out of fashion magazines that “spoke to us”. What spoke to me were headlines about the women joining Congress. What spoke to my sister were ads for chocolate bars. That doesn’t matter, but we had fun collaging and were able to get through half a season of friends.

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my may bullet journal spread, pinterest themed!

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Hello Everyone! I’m so excited for this spread because it was by far my favorite bullet journal spread I’ve ever done. I used Pinterest to find inspiration for these pages after developing a color scheme. The core colors are a few shades of blue, a bright red, a light pink, and grey. I definitely did not keep it minimalistic. After determining that I wanted to make this month extra special, I decided to start early. This took a lot more time than my usual spreads, although if you do want to see those posts, keep reading to the end for all of those links. Enjoy!

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i made an artsy sweatshirt

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Hello Everyone! During spring break, I finished all of my homework and studying early. This led me to sew something. I wanted to do something really creative and artistic and overall new. While I was working on everything, I took pictures along the way. It’s a matching set of a sweatshirt and shorts. The shorts have a little twist to them, which was my way of making it extra “artsy”.

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My April Bullet Journal!

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Hello Everyone! It’s that time again, the start of a new month and bullet journal spread! I went with a very very spring-flower theme, just to get me in the mood for spring. Winter is my favorite season, but it is ending and this bullet journal spread is my way of accepting that. I still really love how this turned out. Comment down below if you bullet journal or any questions you might have. 

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7 Holiday Moods and Aesthetics!

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Hello Everyone! Today’s post is a big collection of Aesthetics. Click here to see my aesthetic tag. An Aesthetic is a collage of inspirational pictures that showcase a theme or mood. I call them Aesthetics, but they are also individual mood boards for the various moods of Christmas and the Holiday Season. Everyone has their own Holiday theme and color palette, red and green or grey and white. Enjoy!

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How I Edit My Instagram Pictures

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Hello Everyone! My Insta feed Taking the pictures is only part of the process, editing is a whole other part. I use VSCO to edit my pictures, but sometimes I will use BeFunky to add different “depths to it”. In case you wanted to know, I always use the F2 filter. I’ve always had trouble with editing Insta + Blog pictures. It’s hard to make sure the pictures look unique but are apart of a theme. I just went through how I edited one of my favorite pictures I’ve taken. Here’s my Instagram. Click here to see the pictures’ post. Enjoy!

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