DIY School Supplies! 10 Weird DIY Crafts for Back to School with DIY Lover!

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In this video I will give 10 crazy tips for back to school Notebooks, pens, school bags, pen holders and much more check it out Hi guys! It's almost time for school! oohhhh I hate school Well, I know back to school might not be your favorite thing in the world, but you I got to admit that the new preparation of school supplies, bags and all that stuff, is Very exciting part. And this year and this year I want you to have the coolest school supplies in school, so I've made so many crazy and unique DIY crafts for school supplies I will show you 10 ideas in cooperation with the DIYlover channel and she will present 10 more ideas These are some ideas that I will provide and I will leave the link to you in the description box But let's not wait any longer, because school is almost here, come on! Let's start with this pencil case, which is from a bottle It's hard to imagine that it's actually made of plastic, because it looks so cool! Take two vials, a zipper, a glue gun and scissors.

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Cut the first bottle below the right-hand limit that makes it start getting narrow. It's down his neck. The second bottle needs to be cut much less, and this one will serve as a cover for your pencil case. When all the bottle pieces are ready it's time to grab the zipper. Lay it out on a flat surface and apply a bit of glue to each side of the zipper like this. While the glue is still soft, stick to the bottle pieces. Apply glue along both sides of your zipper. Then simply roll both bottle parts down so that they stick to the zipper firmly. This is! If your zipper is too long, you can cut away any outside, otherwise you've done too much With this awesome pencil case. I love how inexpensive this DIY is plus it's a great way to recycle empty bottles. To make your new pencil case more epic you can also decorate with stickers or sharpies. These pens are so unique, beautiful and sparkly no wonder everyone would like to have one. But hey you must at your own risk! And relax I'm back because I'm going to show you how to make this glittery, bendable, Liquid pens with a lava effect.

I know – awesome, just awesome. To make these magical pens we will need transparent pipe, baby oil, water, a wide pen, food coloring, Glitter and glue gun. Take the pen which should be about as wide as your transparent tube. Unscrew the front of the pen, take one ink refill and save the end cap for later. Fill the front of the pen with a bit of glue and stick the ink refill in the center.

Grab the PVC pipe and apply some glue to the inside of one side. Quickly stick in the front piece of the pen. You can also screw it up a bit so that the grabs really glue all the edges and makes our pen waterproof. Now it's time to mix together the liquids! Take a bit of food coloring, go for orange, and mix it with water. Use a syringe or funnel to pour some of that liquid into the tubing of your pen. Fill about half way. The most exciting part for me is adding glitter. So go crazy and pour a lot of glitter into a tube. I went for several colors like dark blue, orange, silver, and even some light blue stripes and stars. Yes complete the party in a pen! Suck some baby oil into a syringe and use to fill the pen until it is almost completely full. Apply hot glue all over the edge of the tube. Make sure you use glue with a good hold for this as you did to make our pen waterproof.

Finally cover the opening with the end cap after we saved it earlier. Yay, we did it all with a cool, bendable, liquid, lava pen illuminator! What mouth. I also have one in pink and blue, very beautiful. I wanted to make mine extra crazy so I used a long piece of PVC pipe but you totally can make you shorter. Like this one for example. Right how cute? I seriously think these pens look amazing and I really enjoyed making them. When I said we're making crazy and weird DIYs today, I'm not kidding.

The next stage is a notebook that uses potatoes! I remember making potato stamps in the school primaries and I have to share this unusual But really cool drawing method! You need a notebook, a piece of white card stock paper, a potato, double sided tape, and acrylic Paint, paintbrush, and black permanent marker. Take an inexpensive notebook and stick on a few pieces of double sided tape or use any Another glue of your choice. Put a piece of white stock card paper on top and we got a plain white notebook ready to be decorated.

For a watermelon notebook, cut your potatoes in half. Cut it back to get a quarter of the potato, which works perfectly for the melon character. Squeeze some red acrylic paint from the tube. Use a paint brush to apply it to the potato one side and we can start chopping. Press the potato on the laptop cover to get a delicious watermelon print. How I love this stamping method makes the shapes kind of perfect and rustic. I think it looks very beautiful! Besides watermelon red I also want some orange. Using orange acrylic paint and another quarter potato I make orange prints on each Notebook-free areas. Ok, now let's make these red and orange semi-circles look like real watermelons.

Dip the brush in green paint and draw a line under each red semicircle. Leave a bit of white in the middle to make it look more realistic. For the final touch grab a black pen or marker and put a few seeds for each Watermelon slices. This detail really brings the design together and makes the watermelon look so real and delicious. Watermelon is such a beautiful fruit – I love its colors. Plus I love the way it reminds me of summer and it tastes delicious. All these facts combined, this notebook just makes me so happy, just by looking at it! You can make any kind of shape using potatoes. Here I made triangles of stamps from potato halves. Put on a bit of acrylic paint of your choice. I'm going to use three colors, and the first one is green. Click it on the cover of the notebook and there we have a beautiful triangle print. My next color is pink, then blue, and repeat. I went for a pattern where every other row has triangles turned upside down. You can see that even if you are bad at free hand drawing, like I am, you can still make Beautiful creations using paint.

You really can't be ruined with a potato chop! I honestly had such a great time making these potato notebooks, and they turned out pretty cute. You know what they say. One man's trash is another man's treasure. I'm going to show you how you can make an awesome pencil case out of trash. Hehe no, out of your favorite candy bag. This DIY is so much fun and let's be real, it looks absolutely adorable! You'll need a bag of candy, duct tape, a glue gun and a zipper. Take your scissors and trim away the top and bottom edge of your bag. Flip it around and make a vertical cut along the candy bag. Next step: eat all the yummy candy! Just kidding, you can totally save some for later, because that's a lot of sugar. Now you decide how big you want your pencil case to be. I want mine very small so I cut away the sides and I'm left with about eight of Eight square inches.

Take some duct tape or washi tape and use that to cover the back of your candy wrapper. This will make our pencil case more sturdy and durable. Grab the reins and place it on a flat surface. Apply a strip of glue along one side. You can use hot glue or any other glue that has a good hold. Stick the candy wrapping paper on like that. Flip your work around and temporarily fold the zipper down. I'm using some hair clips to help it stay in place. Apply a strip of glue along this side of the zipper and further fold the candy wrapper Its up to stick it in place. This is what we have so far! Unzip the zipper and flip your pencil case inside out. Glue the sides together like this. It is really important to have the pencil case resolved at this point or else you will Not be able to flip from the inside out! OK, put glue up to flip your work around to reveal your gorgeous candy pencil case! Isn't that the cutest thing at all? Candy bags are always so colorful and beautiful.

And the fact that you can turn the complex from your favorite candy into an amazing pencil The case is just the best thing ever. With this one you would totally win the school's most creative pencil case award if this thing Found. Desk organizers out of old jeans? I told you we're doing weird DIYs today. This one is super easy and handy. You know when you take shorts out of jeans you always just use the top. Well this is a great DIY that makes use of the bottom of your jeans! We're gonna need the bottom of any jeans or pants, scissors and a glue gun. Start by cutting about a seven inch long piece of fabric from your jeans. Flip from the inside out. Take a glue gun and apply a strip of glue along this freshly cut side. Fold the edge up and hold until the glue sets. Apply a little more glue and stick the back piece of cloth on as well. Now we are left with a little pocket.

Turn on one side and fold it like this. Apply a drop of glue to the right corner and fold it. Do the same in the top corner but this time fold it. Flip a pocket basket or whatever you want to call it inside out. I would roll the top edge down as I think it looks more cute that way. Jazz up this organization and decided to stick in some patches of jeans. You can also use badges or fabric tags to make your planners all nice and pretty. They look so luscious and they are super handy to have on your desk. You can put it in pens, pencils or other office necessities such as paper staples, tape and so on. These jeans pockets will keep your desk tidy and organized, plus it looks totally attractive So they're the perfect little desk decoration. I love this DIY because it is so creative and different. It will only take you a few minutes to make it, and I bet you already had all the supplies at home.

You need an old lipstick, a pencil and a small piece of baking paper. Pull the eraser from the pencil's ferrule. Now roll parchment paper around the top of your pencil like this. Secure it in place with a piece of tape and set it aside for a minute. Next we must melt our lipstick. Make a double boiler, take a piece of lipstick and put it in a glass jar. Optionally you can also add some glitter, but remember to use a lipstick grade or edible glitter. Wait for the lipstick to melt. Give it a little stir and pour the mixture into the lipstick mold we made earlier. I would pour it up to a quarter or half an inch above the end of a pencil. Finally we can unroll the parchment paper to reveal our awesome lipstick pen. I think it turned out pretty cool and I love all that blue glitter. I also have one blue lipstick pen. I have a tutorial on my channel on how to mix epic lipstick from scratch using different methods.

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You can tell how much I love these lipsticks and pencils by the number I've created. Look at this galaxy one tablet – so cool! You never know when a nice guy will walk into your description and this lipstick will be You are ready at all times. I'm kidding, with or without lipstick you're just beautiful. But this is a really cool DIY, and you'll be the only person in school who has lipstick Pencil, which is very cool.

This is probably one of the coolest backpacks I have ever seen and it could be one too. You can make this lovely rainbow Snapchat filter design on any kind of school bag or Backpack that you own. We'll need a backpack, paint and brushes, and a canvas. First I like to draw the design on my bag. You can skip this step and paint directly but I would definitely ruin it, because for free Drawing by hand is not my thing.

Well, time to grab the fabric paint! For lips you can use any color like red, pink or even nude. I went for red, since the classic red. I get a lot to ask about fabrics with paints – whether it's else, if it's washable etc And yes, the fabric paint is fully washable. So don't worry if rain catches you on your way to school – your backpack should be just fine. Of course we want their back to have a big bright smile so here I am coloring teeth in white. To make the edges clean and precise rest your elbow on the table and move the brush slowly. There we go, perfect smile! To vomit a rainbow … eww, that does not seem attractive … should rather call it Rainbow waterfall or just fall rainbow. Anyway for a rainbow feel free to use any colors that you have. I don't have violet or orange fabrics with paints but that's OK. I'm just gonna use what I have.

So I colored the first wavy stripe in pink and the next one in dark blue. I can also mix blue and pink to get purple but I decided to keep it simple and make Slightly different rainbow waterfall. You can use any type of fabric on the back for this DIY. It could be white or a darker one like mine here. Actually I think this colorful design looks very beautiful on a dark background. The rainbow is done and his back looks really amazing. If you look at the Snapchat filter, you can see that there are some white stars here and There on the rainbow. So dip the brush in white and draw a set of plus signs to represent the stars. A flat stiff brush works best for drawing these thin lines. Voila, we had a full bag and couldn't be happier with the result! I think it looks very cool, unique and trendy! An awesome backpack can be very expensive, while you get regular ones for only a few dollars. This year make your own dream school bag! You'll save some money and have a lot of crafting fun. Who should we study today? Actually, we didn't have time today…

Let's continue with the lessons. School can become very stressful and nerve-wracking! So I had to include an easy DIY stress ball in this tutorial. Even if you're not in school – these are so squishy and fun to play with. To make your own stress ball all you need is balloon starch, water, and cornstarch. Turn the heat on and pour about 2 deciliters of water into a bowl. Add a spoonful of cornstarch. Keep stirring until the mixture thickens and you get a jelly like consistency. Take the mixture from the heat and pour it into an empty plastic bottle. Now the balloon is blown up, and I chose this yellow one that goes well with my Snapchat bag. Something like this is more than enough. Twist it a few times to prevent air from escaping and attach it to a bottle Opening like this. To fill the balloon simply turn the bottle upside down. You may need to shake it a little to make the gel fall down and fill the balloon up.

Pinch the balloon at the top and pull it out of the bottle. Allow air to escape from the balloon so you only have to gel inside and make a knot. You can make the stress ball smaller or larger depending on how much gel you pour into it. We finished! This is very satisfying and squishy. You can also tie a short piece of string around your balloon like this and attach it to you school bag. This way you have to have on hand whenever school becomes too stressful. I also think it looks very nice as a little decorative. Anyway, if you still go to school or Alice this is really simple and fun DIY to make. For all you cereal lovers I have a fun DIY that makes use of empty cereal boxes. We're going to turn them into somewhat of a desk organizer. What we need is some wrapping paper, cereal box, scissors and tape. First you have to cut your cereal box diagonally like it. Now take the wrapping paper of your choice. I went for this bright green one. To cover the cereal box, start in the same way as if you were going to wrap a gift.

The only difference is the top where we have a diagonal opening. Here I would like to make four continuous straight cuts up the cardboard from the cereal box. As soon as you think you've reached the cardboard, stop cutting. Finally fold the wrapping paper into a box. You can also secure it in place with a piece of tape. There we go, our cereal box organizers are done! I'm also the one using hot pink wrapping paper, because you know I like me some pop of color in my room. I think it looks very nice on the table, plus it will keep all your notebooks organized. What an easy and inexpensive DIY, right!? Sarah! Were you asleep again?! Let me introduce you to the world's most wonderful and epic notebook, which also doubles as the line of fire sleeping pillow. You know like a water bed, this is a water pillow. I am totally obsessed with this Liquid Luminous notebook, which is inspired by FimoKawaiiEmotions. Although this DIY seems out of this world amazing, it is actually very easy to make. For your own liquid luminous notebook you will need a notebook, two sheets of acetate Paper, glitter, food coloring, baby oil, and a piece of parchment paper.

With the help of exacto knife and ruler, cut a rectangular piece from the center the lid. I put the cutting paper under the cover to protect the other pages in the notebook. We are left with a laptop cover that looks like a picture frame. Set this aside and let's now work on our waterproof pocket. Lay two sheets of acetate in a fold made from a piece of baking paper. Take the iron and iron along the edge. The heat will melt the plastic and seal the leaves together. One side is done, we still have to melt these binomials. When the plastic melts, it turns white. This is when I know the tip is 100% sealed and waterproof. The most exciting part of this DIY is being made a magical liquid glitter. Grab two glasses and fill the first one with water and the second with baby oil.

Take a bit of food coloring, go for a blue one, and mix it with water. Grab any type of glitter or sequin of your choice and mix it into the baby oil. Then just take a moment to admire how beautiful this thing looks. No joke, when I was filming this, I totally took a vacation and was playing with these glitter Liquid for 10 minutes, because it's just beautiful! Well let's continue. With the help of a funnel, pour luminous oil and colored water into a water pocket. Oil and water don't mix, so they come together and create this awesome lava effect. To make our liquid pocket completely waterproof, we need to level the top edge as well. He did it in the same way he used earlier pieces of iron and parchment paper. There we have it – we have a pocket for liquid glitter and everything is done, looking rather banal, and for Let's quickly stick to the notebook.

Take a glue gun or other glue with a good hold and apply it all over the inner side from the laptop cover. The last step is to stick to the pocket of the liquid and we are finished with hands down over Amazing notebook my eyes have ever seen. I wanted to make mine look like a galaxy that went for blue water and lots of blue glitter and sequins.

I think being generous with the sheen really makes this notebook so mind blowingly awesome. You can find a large selection of inexpensive glitter online. They have all possible colors too. I'm kinda tempted to make these notebooks in green and pink as well, because I feel Like I just need them in my life. Don't spend a lot of money on pretty school supplies that everyone has. Because you can make so much more epic and unique school necessities that you ever could buy in store. That's it for this video. Hope you guys like it and give it a big thumbs up if you want another back to school Video on my channel.

Also, tell me down when school starts this year, because I know it's very It varies from country to country and I really want to know. Be sure to check out Sue's video for more amazing back to school DIYs, of course – Subscribe to her channel. I've been watching her videos for years and love how unique and innovative her DIYs are.

Thank you so much for visiting, I love you guys, take care and I see you soon. Good-bye! Whether it pertains to school supplies or life in general, don't be afraid to go on your own way to stand out. Because that's exactly what makes you so special and unique!.

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