Happy weekend! At this point the days are all starting to run together, and there isn’t much difference between the weekend and the regular days of the week. To be honest, I kind of like the regular weekdays more, because I feel more productive and motivated with my to do list of school stuff. Next week, I have two exams, and then I’m officially done with my freshman year! It’s so crazy. My schedule has been to get most of my school stuff done in the mornings before lunch, and then have the afternoons free for projects, working out, and more “fun” activities. Once my classes wrap up next week, I’ll have even more free time, and I really want to try to stay motivated and not just sit on my computer all day. So I took to Pinterest and rounded up some fun DIY and creative projects to try, enjoy!
PAINTING // I’m not the best at painting, but it can be super fun and relaxing to put on some music or a podcast and paint for an hour or two. I love finding paintings to try to copy and recreate myself, here are a few on my list:
BULLET JOURNAL // I posted something a few months ago about wanting to start a bullet journal, and just never got around to it. Now that I have more free time, I’ve finally started mine, and it’s seriously so fun to doodle for a couple of hours at night before going to bed. Mine isn’t as much a planner as it is kind of a creative/art journal. Here’s some of my ideas for future pages I want to add to mine.
TIE DYE // This is definitely one of the big trends of quarantine, and I’ve yet to jump on the train. I used to be obsessed with tie dye when I was in probably second grade, but that was in the days of the super bright, crazy color trend. Now, I want to try doing single color clothes, with lighter, pastel colors on a sweatshirt or tank!
CRAFTS // I use to be so into DIY and crafts when I was younger, so it was definitely a trip down memory lane looking up “DIY ideas” on pinterest, but I found some fun ones! Remember when friendship bracelets were such a big thing? I found a bunch of new embroidery floss that I want to use again!
What’s on your DIY to do list? Which should I try first?