30 DAYS OF JOURNALING- November

Hey guys! i know i’ve been really inactive lately, and you probably find that annoying…

I’ve been busy with school, finishing Stranger Things and starting Riverdale, doing a lot more binge watching, and building to my CD collection. I was also just plain unmotivated.

Now i have my motivation back, and i also have (late, of course) November’s journaling prompts.

I;m still not quite done October (oops……….), but with journaling, you want to do it at your own pace and the way that it works for you. Don’t push yourself to get the month done on time.

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keep believing in yourself, and i’ll write soon!

-Tash

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Halloween and Fall Room Decor 2017!

This is one day late. Don’t murder me for it. I had it scheduled to upload on Halloween, but a WI-fi problem ruined that. These are some seasonal decor pieces, but some of them can be modified so that you can leave them up all year around. They are all really simple, but feel free to add some things and spice it up.

Who saw the new season of Stranger Things???? I’m four episodes in and I’m in love! The soundtrack this season is really good. Motley Crue, Ted Nugnet, Scorpions and (of course!) The Clash, with a musical appearance by Cyndi Lauper.

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  1. Stranger Things Premiere Countdown

You will need paper, a printout of test from http://www.makeitstranger.com and tape.

This is by far the easiest DIY to do.

Step One. Color your page and decorate with Stranger Things-esque stickers or sketches.

Step Two. Cut out your text from makeitstranger.com. I mounted some on a peice of foam so that it stuck out.

Step Three. Find a central area to cover in clear tape. This is where the whiteboard is.

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2. Song Lyric Sheet Music

Another really easy one.

You will need a printout of sheet music (I chose ‘Fallen Leaves’ by Billy Talent!) and a black marker.

Step One. Find and print sheet music. Try and pick a song that you like and know the lyrics to, because we’re just going to write the lyrics on later.

Step Two. Write on lyrics you think fit or that you like. This would make a cute card as well. I used the most iconic lyrics of ‘Fallen Leaves’, in a crooked little town/they were lost and never found.

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3. Halloween Signs

It’s so easy i don’t even get it.

You will need cardboard from cereal boxes, those bead necklaces that are like a dollar from the dollar store and a Halloween-ish printout.

The Only Step. Print out a Halloween sign. Glue to cardboard and cut out. Trim a bead necklace to make a hangar and tape to the back.

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4. Wall Coffin

You will need paint, paper and a Halloween-type quote.

Step One. Cut your paper into the size of a coffin. If you wanted to buy a wooden coffin box form the dollar store and spray paint it white, that would look really good as well.

Step Two. Pick some fall colors of paint and splatter them all over the page. Once dry, write on your quote.

5.Tumblr Locker Magnets

Unfortunately, since they are at school, I couldn’t get a picture.

You will need magnets, stickers and paper.

Step One. Sketch some fall decals on white paper and cut them out. Glue to magnets. Yu can also use stickers if you aren’t confident in your artistic abilities.

Step Two. Cut out and put on display.

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Bonus Material: Mug Insert

You will need paper and red paint in two shades.

Step One. Cut white paper to fit in your mug.

Step Two. Put your paint in a palette and paint one hand one shade. Place on the paper to make it look like bloody handprints. Use the other shade to add detailing.

 

Thank you for reading my blog! If you aren’t already following, make sure to do that so that you don’t miss out! Again, I;m sorry this is late. You can always use these for next year! Stay Gold!

-Tash