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  • In this video I'll show you 15 epic DIY school supplies and room organization ideas, which

  • will surely get you excited and motivated for the new school year.

  • Hey loves. It's that sad time of the year again when summer is coming to the end and

  • school is about to start. But don't you worry guys because this year we're gonna make going

  • back to school so much more fun and exciting. Just like nice training clothes make me want

  • to work out more, nice school supplies like backpacks and notebooks always made me so

  • much more excited to go back to school. So today I'm going to show you 15 DIY ideas on

  • school supplies and room organisation. We're going to be making school backs, backpacks,

  • notebooks, organizers and much more. It's like an ultimate guide to the DIY school supplies,

  • which will hopefully get you ready for the new school year. I hope you guys are ready,

  • because we're gonna get started. Let's kick off this DIY back to school guide

  • with an awesome galaxy school bag! You will need a black bag or a backpack, masking tape,

  • fabric paint in blue, light blue, pink and white. Container for the paint, sponge applicators,

  • paint brushes and scissors. I'm going to color only the front part of the bag and to get

  • that neat edge I am applying some masking tape to the part that I want to keep black.

  • I am also going to protect the working area with a piece of cardboard. Dip the sponge

  • applicator into the blue fabric paint and we are ready for painting! Here comes our

  • first galaxy. Start making a ring, where you keep the center clean and blend the color

  • outwards. This shape kind of reminds me of a sun, with big blended rays. Now take your

  • white color which represents a ton of stars and apply it to the center of the galaxy.

  • Blend it towards the blue making light strokes. To make this transition from white to dark

  • blue nice and smooth we also need some light blue color. You can just mix some dark blue

  • with white if you don't have a light blue fabric paint. Like that. Apply the color between

  • the white and the blue for a nice gradient. You can also add a hint of pink or violet

  • color to the center of your galaxy to make it even prettier. Just a couple of strokes

  • more and we have finished our first galaxy. Well, we still have to add stars that will

  • make everything look so much better, but first let's decorate this plain bag with some more

  • galaxies. But wait for it, because the stars will bring this masterpiece to a whole new

  • level. Trust me.Yup, the stars are the star of the show here. I am first making some big

  • stars using a flat paint brush, by drawing two or four crossing lines. In the end add

  • a bunch of small stars by simply drawing little dots. I like to draw more stars in the center

  • of the galaxy and then less and less moving out. See how the stars made this galaxy bag

  • look just out of this world amazing?! I am so happy with the result I cannot even explain

  • it. I love how you don't have to be neat and precise when drawing a galaxyit just

  • always turns out so cool. Oh and do you remember my galaxy shoes I made last year?! Of course

  • I had to put them on! For the rest of the outfit I went for some light wash jeans shorts,

  • black cropped top and a black cardigan. To keep our pencils and pens organized we

  • need a pencil pouch and this one is literally done in 2 minutes. You will need a 12 by 10

  • inch piece of fabric, a ten inch long zipper, fabric glue or a glue gun. Flip the fabric

  • so that the wrong side is facing up and fold about an inch of the fabric in along the shorter

  • sides. Place your zipper in the center and make sure the right side is facing up. Apply

  • a stripe of fabric glue along one side of the zipper. Now fold the fabric in and stick

  • it to the zipper like so. Make the same thing on the opposite sideapply a stripe of

  • glue and fold the fabric. Leave the glue to dry completely and flip your work inside out.

  • Apply a stripe of glue along both sides like this. Make sure that you have your zipper

  • open and that the wrong side of fabric is facing out. Once the glue is dry you can flip

  • your work inside out again and you can reveal your new pencil case. I think this one is

  • just so beautiful and I love how easy and cheap it is to make! You can make it from

  • an old shirt, jeans or a piece of fabric. Who wants some cute flower paper clips? I

  • love these and they are so much fun to make! All we need are some plastic beads, paper

  • clips and a glue gun. Take seven beads and place them on a parchment lined baking sheet

  • making a flower shape like this. I like using different colors for pretty and bright flowers.

  • Place them in the oven and bake at 450 Fahrenheit for about 10 minutes or until the beads melt.

  • Be sure you don’t leave them in for too long as they could lose their shape. These

  • look just perfect so let's turn off the heat and take them out. See how gorgeous they look!

  • Wait until they cool down and now it's time to attach them to paper clips. Apply some

  • glue on the back of the flower, place on a clip and leave the glue to dry. Do this to

  • all of your lovely flowers and look how flipping gorgeous our new paper clips are! I am totally

  • obsessed. I think this DIY is hashtag so much fun. Love having these clips as bookmarks

  • too - books look so cute with flowers sticking out.

  • Yes guys, I am five and I absolutely love this owl backpack. Hashtag sorry not sorry.

  • To make it you need a plain backpack, felt fabric in white, yellow and black, a patterned

  • piece of fabric, fabric glue and scissors. Start by cutting two big flowery shape circles

  • from white felt. We will need those for the eyes. I like using felt for this because it's

  • thicker and as you cut it you already get nice clean edges. Take your black felt and

  • cut out two medium sized circles. These will be the pupils of the owl's eyes. To finish

  • off the eyes we still need four white circles, two small and two even smaller ones. This

  • will give our owl the cutest anime eyes. Instead of felt you can also use velvet, faux leather

  • or just any kind of fabric that you find at home. Our owl also needs a beaksimply

  • make it by cutting a triangle out of an orange piece of felt. I also decided to give my buddy

  • some claws, so I am cutting two orange half circles to represent them. The last part that

  • we need before we assemble our owl, are the wings. Cut two six by four inch pieces of

  • fabric. Fold it in half and then fold one corner in like so. Apply some glue to keep

  • it in place. Now fold in the remaining three sides that still have that freshly cut edge.

  • We are doing this to get neat edges all around the wing. And as you can see we get two lovely

  • wing shapes too! They look like a rectangle with one corner snipped away. Now we are ready

  • to put together our miss owl. Using a glue gun or fabric glue simply stick the parts

  • on your backpack. I am starting with the eyes, which are probably my favorite part of this

  • backpack. They make our owl look like a poor little baby, don't you think? Here comes the

  • beak, which I am placing on the upper part of the front pocket. This baby also needs

  • some wings so she can fly. Omg, how cool would that be?! A flying backpack that would take

  • you to school in a minute. I Hope they invent one really soon. On the bottom part of the

  • backpack we have to stick our little owl legs. And if you want you can also make a bow so

  • that the owl will be a proper girly girl. I showed you how to make a bow in my hairstyles

  • tutorial so check it out there if you haven’t already. And our owl backpack is complete

  • looking stunning! This one is great for all of you my younger viewers, or maybe you

  • have a little sister and you can make one for her. But I actually really like the backpack

  • and I am totally gonna rock it! Here I am wearing a dress that has a bunch of little

  • flowers on and my favorite boots that are so warm and comfy. Love this outfit for fall

  • and back to school. Just like us, our cell phone also has to get

  • ready for school, right? For this epic alphabet phone case you need a cheap empty phone case,

  • some sharpies and a ruler. Basically we will be drawing horizontal lines inspired by the

  • notebook and then we are going to fill it with loads of letters. I am starting with

  • a row of S-es. Like Sara, so creative. Draw another line above and fill it with any letter

  • you want – I went for V. In the end you will get this awesome tribal design made out

  • of letters. I like to switch the markers for every row for a nice explosion of color. And

  • there you go! This phone case looks so cool. From far away you don't even see that the

  • pattern is entirely made out of letters and linesIt just looks like an awesome Aztec

  • print. An epic back to school DIY for our phone, right?

  • Having a nice weekly planner makes it so much easier to keep track of all your school tasks,

  • sport and free time activities. For this beautiful weekly planner you will need picture frame,

  • some wrapping paper, a normal white paper, scissors and paint plus paint brush if you

  • wanna pimp up your frame. I got this picture frame for very cheap and I decided to give

  • it a little makeover so it will fit my room better. Take out the glass and everything

  • so that you're left only with a frame. If you want your paint to stick better to the

  • frame you can sand it first, but this step is optional. Now it's time to apply a coat

  • of a furniture primer. You can use it if you have it, but don't stress to much if you don't.

  • A primer acts as an adhesive for the paint, but you can totally make this DIY without

  • it. OK, our frame is finally ready to get dressed in this pretty pink color. I love

  • doing such complete makeovers to things, like with this picture frame. Now the entire frame

  • is painted so we have to leave it to dry completely. In the meantime let's make our planner. You

  • can hand-write all the days of the week on white paper or you can print them out as me.

  • Cut out rectangles so that you have each day of the week in one rectangle. Besides Monday,

  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday I also added one called random.

  • That is where you can write ideas or things that don't have to be done on a particular

  • day. Once you have all the days of the week cut out, it's time to stick them on a piece

  • of wrapping paper or any kind of paper you like. Make sure that the background paper

  • is the same size as your picture frame. Glue the little white rectangles on in the right

  • orderjust like the days follow each other in a week. The final step is to assemble this

  • planner slash erase board. Take your frame, which is now completely dry and looking gorgeous!

  • Place on the glass piece, followed by our DIY planner sheet and the back of the picture

  • frame. Fold down these pins that keep everything in place and look at this fantastic planner

  • board that we've just created. This is such a useful thing to have in your bedroom and

  • on topit looks absolutely stunning. Every week you can wipe off the activities of the

  • previous week and then put down a new plan! An amazing room decorating piece that will

  • help you keep track of all of your weekly plans.

  • Besides flower paper clips I also like these ribbon ones. To make them we need paper clips,

  • ribbon and scissors. Cut a piece of ribbon of your choice, fold it in half and slide

  • it through this paper clip opening. Then just lead the two ribbon ends through the loop

  • and pull to tighten. Snip the ribbon ends diagonally and you are left with a beautiful

  • paper clip, which can be also used as a book mark. I got a little bit obsessed with those,

  • not gonna lie and I made a bunch of them using different colored ribbon. These are just so

  • cute, right?! Small containers are always handy for organizing

  • your desk. You can use them to store tape, paper clips and all these bits and pieces

  • that would otherwise lay in your drawers or all over the desk. For an awesome beaded bowl

  • you need an oven friendly cereal bowl, oil and plastic beads. Pour some oil in the bowl

  • and distribute it all over with a paper wipe. Throw in a bunch of beads and distribute them

  • in one even layer, like that. Place the bowl in the oven and bake at about 350 degrees

  • Fahrenheit for 10 to 15 minutes or until the beads start melting. When beads melt they

  • stick to each other and form a bowl of the same shape as your cereal one. Take your masterpiece

  • out of the oven and let it cool completely. Thanks to the oil we can now easily separate

  • the beaded bowl from the cereal one and we are all ready to decorate and organize our

  • desk with this awesome bowl. I decided to store tape and paper clips in mine and I love

  • the pop of color it gives to my desk. Pencil holders are great for storing pens

  • and pencils, but these puffy paint pencil holders are also super cute to look at. We

  • need some all purpose glue, shaving foam, acrylic paint, jars, glasses and something

  • to mix with. First let's make a puffy paint. Put some shaving foam in a glass. I have three

  • glasses since I am making three puffy paint colors. Pour in some glue. Squeeze in some

  • acrylic paint and mix all the ingredients together. The more foam you mix in, the puffier

  • paint you will get. I am happy with how mine looks! Pour your paint into a plastic bag

  • and make a knot. Then<