5 SPRING DIYs PROJECTS TO TRY

 

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Goodbye winter, hello spring!

These awesome DIYs that will brighten up your room and give a little bit fresh looking decor. These easy and fun projects will help you out, to welcome spring! Let’s get started.

 

1. Spring Wreath

This could give your home or room a minimal look which is very simple to do. It gives very gorgeous design to welcome some guests. Learn how to make your own spring wreath with some affordable and stylish supplies. Check this site for the tutorial

©www.threadsandblooms.com

 

2. Fabric Covered  Vases

 

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Turn your old vases into new and brighter one! This is very simple and easy to make. Click here for tutorial

©https://www.iheartnaptime.net/fabric-covered-spring-vases

3. Flower Magnets

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These DIY flower magnet is very cute and stylish to make. For tutorial click here

©https://akailochiclife.com/2018/04/diy-crepe-paper-flower-magnets.html

4. Mason Jar Planter

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These mason jars planter looks so pretty and fun to make. Make sure to use beautiful flowers that matches the color of your mason jars. For tutorial check this site

©http://www.makingjoyandprettythings.com/farmhouse-spring-mason-jar-planter/

5. Spring Banner

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These spring banner is quick and easy to make. It helps to brighten up your room and make it colorful and fresh. For more details check this site

©https://domesticallycreative.com/simple-diy-spring-banner/

 

♥Hope you guys enjoyed these fun and easy DIYs! Let me know which one is your favorite.

 

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7 DIYs TO DECORATE YOUR ROOM

OK! Let’s get DIY and be inspired to try these to your room.

1. Hanging Photo Grid Wall

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© grabsomeideas.tumblr.com

Show your most precious memories with your best friend and hang them on the wall. Try to blend the color in your room for sophisticated and minimal look.

2.  Tie-dye Pillowcase

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This makes your bed look amazing with these different colors that blend to your pillowcases. This has to be one of my favorite DIY because it just easy and fun to make.

3. Pom-pom Letters

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©diyprojectforteens.com

Spice up your room with these cute pompom letters. You’ll need cardboard letters and colorful yarns or wool.  A quick and easy to make.

4. Cinema Lightbox

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©bloglovin.com

These DIY  has been raving all over the tumblr and pinterest and there’s a lot of youtubers are obsessed with it.  I love how you can change the letters whatever you want, depending on your mood. So instead of buying, try to make one of these. It’s easy and affordable.

5. Ombre Calendar

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©diyjoy.com

Be inspired and motivated to make this calendar. Create your own ombre design and decorate into your room. This is perfect to do at the end of the year upcoming 2018.

6. Neon Lights

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©bloglovin.com

I’ve been searching all over the internet with these neon lights but the price is expensive. But thanks to the people on the internet who shared their ideas. What I love about these neon light it’s super cool at night that light up to your room.

7. Patterned Candles

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© brit+ co

Making these room decor is cute and simple. You can buy your materials in your nearest craft stores. Add some design that you want and it also  be given  as a gift  at Christmas, birthdays and any other occasions.

 

Hope you guys enjoyed these DIYs ! And be inspired to try some of these.

xodianne

5 BEST CITIES FOR BOOK LOVERS

Be ready with your passport and visit this places and be inspired.

1. DUBLIN, IRELAND

Dublin is a literary Mecca. Is one of the capital city of greatest writers in history. This country are guide for book lovers will engage the beautiful cities and experience  the great history of Dublin. The greatest writers are James Joyce, W.B Yeats and Samuel Beckett. Museums, theatre and pub is one of the best discovery for literary history.

Dublin© Trinity College Library/Rob Hurson/Flickr

2. PARIS, FRANCE

This country made a lot of writers left their home and write a book at the cities of wonderful cafes. For book lovers out there, this city is just made right for you. By this beautiful streets, Paris cafes, literature and history and lovely people you’ll get inspired in this city. Many famous writers can be found throughout the city, cafes and cemetery.  Shakespeare & Company one of the famous bookshops in Paris.

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© Licorne magazine/pinterest

3. TOKYO, JAPAN

Japan has a bunch of bookstores you could explore to their literature, art, culture and history. But Japanese literature are still anonymous. Tokyo’s International Literary Festival gain a lot attention around the world. It gives you a glimpse into the world of literature. The literary greats are Natsume Soseki , Yukio Mishima and Kobo Abe.

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4. LONDON, ENGLAND

London has the best literary. It has a  lot of famous writers and beautiful bookshops that you can stop by and read some books. You’ll experience real-life adventure at the bake street Sherlock Holmes & Dr. Watson at Sherlock Museum.

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5. BOSTON, USA

Boston is perfect destination for every book lovers. They can explore the city with massive bookshops. It has a lot of famous writers and wide variety of literature. It gained a lot attention abroad especially, to the writers and it produced legendary literature.

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© Brattle Bookshop/ theculturetrip

♥dianne

5 BEST CITIES FOR BOOK LOVERS

Be ready with your passport and visit this places and be inspired.

1. DUBLIN, IRELAND

Dublin is a literary Mecca. Is one of the capital city of greatest writers in history. This country are guide for book lovers will engage the beautiful cities and experience  the great history of Dublin. The greatest writers are James Joyce, W.B Yeats and Samuel Beckett. Museums, theatre and pub is one of the best discovery for literary history.

Dublin© Trinity College Library/Rob Hurson/Flickr

2. PARIS, FRANCE

This country made a lot of writers left their home and write a book at the cities of wonderful cafes. For book lovers out there, this city is just made right for you. By this beautiful streets, Paris cafes, literature and history and lovely people you’ll get inspired in this city. Many famous writers can be found throughout the city, cafes and cemetery.  Shakespeare & Company one of the famous bookshops in Paris.

paris

© Licorne magazine/pinterest

3. TOKYO, JAPAN

Japan has a bunch of bookstores you could explore to their literature, art, culture and history. But Japanese literature are still anonymous. Tokyo’s International Literary Festival gain a lot attention around the world. It gives you a glimpse into the world of literature. The literary greats are Natsume Soseki , Yukio Mishima and Kobo Abe.

japan

4. LONDON, ENGLAND

London has the best literary. It has a  lot of famous writers and beautiful bookshops that you can stop by and read some books. You’ll experience real-life adventure at the bake street Sherlock Holmes & Dr. Watson at Sherlock Museum.

london

5. BOSTON, USA

Boston is perfect destination for every book lovers. They can explore the city with massive bookshops. It has a lot of famous writers and wide variety of literature. It gained a lot attention abroad especially, to the writers and it produced legendary literature.

boston

© Brattle Bookshop/ theculturetrip

 

 

xdianne

 

 

 

7 DIYs TO DECORATE YOUR ROOM

OK! Let’s get DIY and be inspired to try these to your room.

1. Hanging Photo Grid Wall

photo

© grabsomeideas.tumblr.com

Show your most precious memories with your best friend and hang them on the wall. Try to blend the color in your room for sophisticated and minimal look.

2.  Tie-dye Pillowcase

tie-dye

This makes your bed look amazing with these different colors that blend to your pillowcases. This has to be one of my favorite DIY because it just easy and fun to make.

3. Pom-pom Letters

pom

©diyprojectforteens.com

Spice up your room with these cute pompom letters. You’ll need cardboard letters and colorful yarns or wool.  A quick and easy to make.

4. Cinema Lightbox

lightbox

©bloglovin.com

These DIY  has been raving all over the tumblr and pinterest and there’s a lot of youtubers are obsessed with it.  I love how you can change the letters whatever you want, depending on your mood. So instead of buying, try to make one of these. It’s easy and affordable.

5. Ombre Calendar

ombre

©diyjoy.com

Be inspired and motivated to make this calendar. Create your own ombre design and decorate into your room. This is perfect to do at the end of the year upcoming 2018.

6. Neon Lights

neon

©bloglovin.com

I’ve been searching all over the internet with these neon lights but the price is expensive. But thanks to the people on the internet who shared their ideas. What I love about these neon light it’s super cool at night that light up to your room.

7. Patterned Candles

candles

© brit+ co

Making these room decor is cute and simple. You can buy your materials in your nearest craft stores. Add some design that you want and it also  be given  as a gift  at Christmas, birthdays and any other occasions.

 

Hope you guys enjoyed these DIYs ! And be inspired to try some of these.

xodianne

5 BEST CITIES FOR BOOK LOVERS

Be ready with your passport and visit this places and be inspired.

1. DUBLIN, IRELAND

Dublin is a literary Mecca. Is one of the capital city of greatest writers in history. This country are guide for book lovers will engage the beautiful cities and experience  the great history of Dublin. The greatest writers are James Joyce, W.B Yeats and Samuel Beckett. Museums, theatre and pub is one of the best discovery for literary history.

Dublin© Trinity College Library/Rob Hurson/Flickr

2. PARIS, FRANCE

This country made a lot of writers left their home and write a book at the cities of wonderful cafes. For book lovers out there, this city is just made right for you. By this beautiful streets, Paris cafes, literature and history and lovely people you’ll get inspired in this city. Many famous writers can be found throughout the city, cafes and cemetery.  Shakespeare & Company one of the famous bookshops in Paris.

paris

© Licorne magazine/pinterest

3. TOKYO, JAPAN

Japan has a bunch of bookstores you could explore to their literature, art, culture and history. But Japanese literature are still anonymous. Tokyo’s International Literary Festival gain a lot attention around the world. It gives you a glimpse into the world of literature. The literary greats are Natsume Soseki , Yukio Mishima and Kobo Abe.

japan

4. LONDON, ENGLAND

London has the best literary. It has a  lot of famous writers and beautiful bookshops that you can stop by and read some books. You’ll experience real-life adventure at the bake street Sherlock Holmes & Dr. Watson at Sherlock Museum.

london

5. BOSTON, USA

Boston is perfect destination for every book lovers. They can explore the city with massive bookshops. It has a lot of famous writers and wide variety of literature. It gained a lot attention abroad especially, to the writers and it produced legendary literature.

boston

© Brattle Bookshop/ theculturetrip

 

 

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5 Books you need to read in your twenties

LifestyleGet inspired by this 5 books in your twenties

Reading books make you smarter. Reading is dreaming with your eyes wide open and exploring places that you’ve never been before.

1.FANGIRL

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Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Fangirl is a 2013 contemporary young adult novel written by Rainbow Rowell.

From the author of the New York Times bestseller Eleanor & ParkA coming-of-age tale of fan fiction, family and first love. 

I totally loved it. No words can explain how beautiful the story is. I really liked this book definitely recommended .. Go and read it.

 

2. ELEANOR AND PARK

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by Rainbow Rowell

Eleanor & Park is a extraordinary love story with  two misfits heart meant for each other.

“I don’t like you, Park,” she said, sounding for a second like she actually meant it. “I…” – her voice nearly disappeared – “think I live for you.”
He closed his eyes and pressed his head back into his pillow.
“I don’t think I even breathe when we’re not together,” she whispered.

I loved this quote in this book it made my heart flutters.. You will fell in love in this story that true love does really exist. Eleanor is a new girl with crazy big hair and Park is quiet asian boy. Overall , I love the story , the characters and everything. Definitely recommended.

3. FAULT IN OUR STARS

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by John Green

Hazel  has a terminal cancer, until Augustus Waters came in into her life, her life changes they deeply fell in love at a cancer support group. They say that love has no boundaries. Every struggles and hardships in a relationship you should overcome each other. The Fault in Our Stars number one-bestselling novel by John Green’s most ambitious and heartbreaking work yet, brilliantly exploring the funny, thrilling, and tragic business of being alive and in love.

 

4. P.S I STILL LOVE YOU

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by Jenny Han

My favorite quote from P.S I still love you

“People come in and out of your life. For a time they are your world; they are everything. And then one day they’re not. There’s no telling how long you will have them near.”

Lara Jean and Peter pretending to be a lovers they signed a  contract. Lara Jean’s didn’t expect that her feelings to Peter became true and she fell in love with him. Suddenly the one that got away came back to her life. Can she fell with this two guys? Who do you think she will choose? Definitely recommend this book!

In this charming and heartfelt sequel to the New York Timesbestseller To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, we see first love through the eyes of the unforgettable Lara Jean. Love is never easy, but maybe that’s part of what makes it so amazing.

 

5. LOOKING FOR ALASKA

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by John Green

Quote from Looking for Alaska

 “The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive”

John Green is very popular author around the world. This is actually his first book.

I haven’t expected the ending I’m a bit disappointed, but overall I loved the story definitely a great book to read!

 

 

xdianne