An important part of boho style is greenery. I'm not the best at watering plants every day (let's face it...I get about 6 hours of precious sleep and I'm not about to give that little bit up to water plants). That makes succulents absolutely amazing plants! Due to a bunch of fancy photosynthesis techniques and processes that I won't bore you with, succulents need sun and not a lot of water. I came across this stand in the farmer's market that was selling 4 succulents for $10 which is an absolute steal, and I just had to make this little craft.
This year, I've been looking for a way to better organize my calendar. And with some help from this little miss, I made a customizable, colourful calendar that has everything I need in it.
Happy Friday, everyone! I'm currently on vacation, so Friday is just a continuation of holidays, but to everyone working out there take a minute to rejoice that the weekend is right around the corner!!!
I had a few questions after my last post on Monday about what boho decor really is. I made this short video on my version of boho so check it out! My usual Friday DIY is below :)
Also stay tuned for the end of August when I start turning my dorm into a true boho retreat!!!!
Though I'm leaving my apartment soon to head back to my last year of school, the decorating urge never leaves. I've been shifting my style more from a minimalistic, modern sort to a truly bohemian mix of colours, fabrics, and styles. I enjoy the richness and vibrancy of the colours and the altogether home-y feel the vibe gives.
In that vibe, I've made a few more hanging decorations to not only had depth and colour to my bedroom, but also these intricate patterns of dancing shadows on the wall.
And to make the whole crafting experience even better, I had a fellow partner-in-crafting to add to the creativity.
I am a senior in college studying Bioengineering who loves to cook, bake, decorate, and do all sorts of things. Whether I'm in or out of class my imagination and creativity lets me explore new things! Read more