A cozy spring lookbook!

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Hello Everyone! I wanted to do a small lookbook with some really comfy + mellow outfits. I will let you know where I got everything from. Technically it’s spring right now, although the fact that it snowed has me thinking otherwise. This is going to be a pretty short post, Enjoy! Comment your go-to comfy outfit down below! 

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7 Movies You Need to Watch This Season!

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Hello Everyone!  Today’s post is the December part of my 7 Things series. I did a post on Feminism, All About Me, Sustainable Fashion, and now holiday movies. I found some iconic and some of my favorite movies of all time into one list. I’m sure a lot of you guys have seen some of these movies, but this is just a reminder that it’s finally that time of year. Watching Holiday movies all year round is fine, but now, everyone can go crazy. When you are done reading this, comment your fav holiday movie. Enjoy!

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How to Make a Cozy Sweater

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Hello everyone! I MADE A SWEATER! *yay* I love making sweaters. This is a very easy DIY and it requires little sewing. I used a knit/fleece fabric and it took me less than one day to make. I bought 1 1/2 yards of fabric, but it depends on the size of the sweater. The fabric I’m using is so stretchy and warm. And I wanted the length to be longer but not to long so I made it where my wrists were on my hips. And my signature sleeves, extra extra long. It’s also perfect for the winter! And I had some extra fabric so I made matching shorts!

 

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How to Make a Pattern out of your own clothes!

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Hello Everyone! I use this hack a lot. I like duplicating my clothes but changing them a bit. And I don’t like spending money on sewing patterns. So, this comes in handy.
CONSIDER, this as part one of a big project I’m doing. This will show how I got the pattern for it. I recommend using parchment paper or newspaper because they are both really sturdy and durable, in case you want to reuse this pattern.

I’m using my mother’s jacket to trace it and then I will downsize it. It is the same type of jacket I want, just bigger. This is mostly just step 1, 2,3, Repeat.

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DIY Furry Blanket with Trimming Pt 1

Hello Everyone! Recently I made a simple fuzzy blanket for my sister. Now I know it’s summer and it’s really hot but we all have that one family member who blasts the AC a little too much. And if not, a furry blanket is always nice to have. I love the fabric and it was pretty cheap, only $2.00 per yard at Costco. Even thought it seems like a simple craft, it was actually pretty time-consuming, because of the size and fabrics used. But, if you have the time and are patient, it should be easy.

 

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