pic of the week!!

pic of the week!!

Monday, September 28, 2015

Fall Room Ideas

orange lights go with a fall environment

Candles : candles are the right thing to go with fall there soothing and they smell good

 Leaves: you at least have to have leaves in your room of a leaf canvas

Mason Jars: you can paint your mason jars any fall color of your choice, you can put your fall candle in the mason jar. you can even put your favorite candy in the jar!

Pumpkins: or course! you can paint your pumpkin, carve it do what ever you want. and you don't always have to have a big pumpkin you can have a baby one to put on your desk

Acorns: you can buy or Diy a bowl and put cute acorns in it. you can spray paint or paint  your little acorns

Vase: you can do alot with vases in the fall, you can put flowers in then you can paint them,put a pretty candle in them and etc.

I Hope You Enjoyed My Fall Room Ideas!

~Fall Outfits Tumblr Inspired~ And Fall Hobbies

Fall Outfit #1

~skater skirt
~a little bow like tee

Fall Outfit #2

~a blueish sweater

Fall Outfit #3


~white converse
~tan beanie
~light blue jeans
~white sweater

Fall Outfit #4

~tan sweater
~black skater skirt
~thin watch

 Fall Hobbies 


Fall Check List 
- jump in the leaves
- collect little pinecones and string them on twine
- put flannel scarves on
- put more flannel scarves on
- make hot cocoa with little marshmallows that look like ghosts
- remember finals is in two months and cry yourself to sleep while eating candy corn 

My Personal Fall Favorite is: 
~collecting mugs 
~watching netflix 
~jumping in leaves 
~being in a fall spirit  
~ buying new cool looking sweaters 


Fall is for overly large sweaters, a comfy seat, a mug of something hot and good books.  

~buying starbucks 
~making fall treats 
~craving pumpkins 
~watching fall movies 
~sitting in front of a fireplace 
~pumpkin or sweet potato pie 
~taking walking and enjoying the fall 

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Diy Chanel Pillow, And A Diy Chanel Flower Vase, *Bonus* Diy Galaxy Converse!

Chanel Pillow DIY:  

How To Make a Chanel Inspired Vase:  

Pinterest Inspired Ideas part 2

DIY Heart Emoji Pillows  


Yellow fleece
Pillow beding
Red and black felt
Hot glue gun  
1.) Double up the yellow fleece with the right sides facing in and the wrong sides facing out. Grab a circular object in your house and trace it onto your fabric. I used the bottom of a bin for mine. Then use a ruler to trace a 1/2 inch seam allowance and cut it out.   
2.) Now it’s time to put that sewing machine to work! Sew the two circles together and make sure to leave an opening so that you can turn the circle inside out. If you don’t have a sewing machine, you can also hand-stitch, use fabric glue, or use a glue gun. 

3.) To prevent the rippling along the seam line, I recommend that you cut triangles along the seam allowance. After you are done, turn the circle inside out.  
4.) Sketch out the details of your emoji face onto a piece of paper, then cut it out to make your paper templates. Place these cut-outs onto your fabric, then trace and cut them out. 
5.) Arrange the face pieces on your pillow until it looks good to you, and then hot glue them on. 
6.) Let the glue settle, then stuff your pillow with bedding. Use a hot glue to seal up the last opening and you are done! 
Credits To : www.lifeannstyle.com

Pinterest Inspired Ideas Part 1

DIY iPhone cases under $2 

DIY iphone case    


  • Clear iPhone case (You can get a clear case from amazon for under $2. I got mine at JoAnn’s in a kit of some different backgrounds for around $10. They are much cheaper on Amazon. Oops.
  • scrapbook paper – You can get sheets for as little as 10-25 cents or use what you have.
  • embellishments (0ptional)
  • scissors or an exacto knife


Cut out a template. You can google your phone’s model and print it or you can just trace your actual phone. 
Use an exacto knife to cut out the hole for the camera on the back. (make sure you have the camera hole on the correct side before cutting. I totally made one and cut a hole on the wrong side the first time I did this. Oops! 
cut out    
Place your new paper cutout inside your clear case and enjoy! 
diy cases   
Oh my, they are so fun! 
floral case    
 For the floral one, I used my Silhouette and cut out the “Um, that’s amazing.” wording and applied it to my paper cut out. It’s kind of my catch phrase. 
and your done! credits to: www.classyclutter.net 

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

What The Contents Of Your Locker Says About You

1. Stickers on the Outside:
You want everyone to know this is YOUR locker. You have a personal style and you’re not afraid to show it off. You’re loud and proud and have bumper stickers on your car, too

2. A Photo Collage:
Your friends are very important to you. You’re fiercely loyal and always willing to lend lunch money to your friend who spent hers at the mall – as long as she lets you borrow that cute new skirt.

3. An Abundance of Pens and Pencils:

You care about being a good student, and you don’t like feeling like you don’t have what you need. You’re organized and always prepared. Classmates know who to come to when they forget a pen on the day of an exam.

4. Photos of Your Favorite Sports Team:

You’re a No. 1 fan! You have been caught more than once checking score updates on your phone under your desk. How can your team win if you’re not paying attention?!

5. Gym Clothes:

You’re a fitness fanatic. You’re always up for a run after school, or a quick dip in the pool in the morning. You don’t even mind using the showers in the locker room.

6. Food:

You’re always hungry. How can your teachers expect you to concentrate when you haven’t eaten since your bowl of Lucky Charms at 7 a.m.? And that cafeteria food really doesn’t cut it; you need snacks.

7. Celebrity Photographs:

You’re star crazy, and who can blame you? Taylor Swift is on fire. Hilary Duff is making a comeback. And Harry Styles is hot!

8. A Bouquet of Flowers:
You have a super sweet sweetheart. You’re probably that couple that has been together since 8th grade and still holds hands in the hallway. Just don’t let teachers catch you kissing in the back of the library.

9. Wallpaper and Matching Accessories:

You are ready to join a sorority in college. You use a Lilly Pulitzer planner and wear pearls. You can’t wait to have a Little to craft for. Everyone asks you for help decorating their own locker!

10. Books:

Congratulations, you’re doing it right! You’re working on getting those A’s so you can get into the college of your dreams and start the next amazing chapter of your life.

16 apps every high school student needs to download immediately:


If you're the kind of person who loves making to-do lists, then you'll love this app. If you're not the kind of person who loves making to-do lists, become that person. To-do lists are incredibly helpful for productivity and getting things done, especially if you're super busy. Any.Do is simple and straightforward. You can make lists for today, tomorrow, and other days. When you're done with a task, click on it, and it will disappear.


Are you the kind of person who has trouble doing things quickly? If so, then you need this app. 30/30 is a task manager aimed to help with your productivity. It times you to make sure you're getting everything done. It's really easy to use, and it's really wonderful to look at.


One of the worst things about homework and writing papers is sourcing, especially in today's day and age. RefME helps you figure out how to source, collect and organize your sources, and then exports your bibliography into a Word document.

The Homework App

You could write all of your homework down in a notebook or planner, or you could put it in this app. I suggest the app. It will be by your side all the time, meaning you can't lose it. It's really easy to use and allows you to color code to keep everything organized. There's a calendar and even a space to keep info on your teachers, like contact information. You can write in what your homework is, when it's due, and other notes that you need. This is a definite must-have to be the most organized student ever.

Grammar Up

As spell check pops up on basically everything, knowing how to spell is sadly becoming less important. Unfortunately, grammar is still very important and is much more tricky than spelling - auto-corrections are not always right. Enter this app. Grammar Up is basically a huge multiple-choice quiz that will help you understand grammar so much better. Becoming familiar with proper grammar is incredibly important. Get yourself this app 

The Chemical Touch

Taking chemistry this year? Sorry :( In all seriousness, you need this. It provides a full periodic table of elements with additional information. It's great for any science class, not just chemistry. If you need more info, it connects you to a Wikipedia page for any element. Having this in your phone rather than on a paper you could easily lose is incredibly helpful.

Graphing Calculator

Graphing calculators are super expensive. This app is not. Forget carrying around a bulky calculator you could easily break - download it onto your phone. It's not free, but it's worth it, and is probably actually necessary to pass math class.


Android users, you might want to download Studious: it's a planner, timetable, and map all in one. You can put your whole class schedule in there so that you have it at your finger tips in one spot. You can also share your schedule with friends and have them see yours as well. The planner allows you to stay organized and keep on top of your assignments. And if you're a college student lurking around this post, Studious offers maps of lots of universities that will ensure you never get lost.

Google Sheets

Google Drive is my favorite thing in the entire world because it allows you to access documents no matter where you are. Google Drive is an app you should have, but Sheets is a definite must-have. Sheets allows you to edit your Google documents, while Drive only lets you view them. The best thing about Sheets is that you can share these documents with other people and you can all be in there at once.


You probably need to take a foreign language, so download Duolingo to help you out. It helps you learn languages for free using quizzes and questions. It helps you spell and pronounce words as well. Even if you're not in school, this is just such a great way to learn!

Math Formulas

If math is not your best subject, then you definitely need all the help you can get. It helps teach you formulas and equations, storing your favorites for future reference. Use this to get through homework, studying, and maybe even class.

Shakespeare In Bits

Every high school student learns Shakespeare at one point or another. I love Shakespeare, but I have no problem admitting it can be really difficult to read and get through. This app introduces you to the stories in "bits," letting you learn things in a much more fun and easy way.

Sleep Cycle

Sleep is just as important as schoolwork... in fact, it's the key to getting through high school. If you have trouble sleeping, you need the Sleep Cycle app. You download this, place it near you on your bed, and then it analyzes your sleep cycles. It wakes you up in your lightest sleep phase in a 30-minute alarm window that you choose. This helps you get up much easier, without hitting snooze. So, say you want to get up between 6 and 6:30... put that in, and the app will ring the alarm at the exact moment of your lightest sleep. Genius!


This app doesn't have to do with schoolwork, but it does have to with your health, which is more important. It's no secret that high school students have acne. Spruce is designed to help you figure out what's going on and how to treat it without making time out of your busy schedule for the doctor. You snap a picture of yourself, get linked to a dermatologist, and then get a consultation through the phone.


Flashcards make studying a lot easier. They can also be annoying to create and they're really easy to lose. That's why StudyBlue is so great. It's an app that lets you create your own flashcards and quizzes, or choose from the millions already in the library. It's one of the best ways to study no matter where you are!


If you're the kind of person who is always lending or borrowing money to friends/family members, you need Venmo. It's the best. It connects to your bank account, allowing you to pay people through the phone instead of in cash.