the weird girls project


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I’ve had some sketches for the magical girl project laying around on my desktop for months and taking space. Since it looks like the project won’t be going anywhere any more I thought I’d just slap some colour on them and call it a day. There’s also some Kazumi Magica and Precure characters but they’ll be their own post.

Sailor Mercury, Amulet Heart & Kuru Kuru Hime. Pose ref from Anastasia-berry.

Words were no problem, but other people’s expectations for me to respond to them were. This would have required my understanding what was said, but I was too happy losing myself to want to be dragged back by something as two dimensional as understanding.
—  Donna Williams, Nobody Nowhere: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic Girl

Let’s be honest here, composition notebooks are absolutely horrendous and are in dire need of a total make over as a school supply! 

Add a little spice to your back to school haul with notebooks you personally made yourself! You can go totally girl-chic with a wrapable-twine fabric notebook or a quirky fun pool floaty notebook.



  • Composition notebook
  • Fabric
  • Twine
  • Cardstock
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors


  1. Cut a triangle from the cardstock and glue it to the front cover of the notebook. Glue the twine to the tip of the triangle.
  2. Cut the fabric so that it’s a bit bigger than the notebook .
  3. Cut the fabric again along the lines shown in the photo above. This is to let you fold the fabric over the notebook.
  4. Fold the fabric over the edges of the notebook and glue it down.
  5. Cut the cardstock to the size of the cover with some margin to allow some of the fabric to show. This makes the notebook look more seamless and hides the uneven fabric cuts or gluing.
  6. Glue the cardstock to inside of the notebook cover. Make sure to do it twice for both sides.
  7. Wrap the twine around the notebook and put it in your school bag!

I was really happy with how this turned out because there were so many different fabric possibilities to add my own touch of personality to it!

The next one is a lot of fun though too for all those who get a lil’ bored in class! Not saying you should sleep in class though. It’s more for passing time inbetween classes! ;)



  • Composition notebook
  • Arm floaties - preferably those for children
  • Cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun


  1. Fold the cardstock over the notebook edges 
    1. I didn’t get enough of the cardstock paper to cover both the front and the back of the notebook, so I only covered half of the front and the full back. It’s up to you on how to do it though!
    2. I used the cardstock to cover the weird cover of the composition notebook not covered by the arm floaty, but you can choose whatever combination you want!
  2. Glue the cardstock to the notebook edges.
  3. Blow up the arm floaty and see which are the parts that don’t get blown up. Cut the arm floaty at those parts, so it’ll become flat. Make sure to have enough extra floaty to glue it over the cover of your notebook and room for it to blow up still.
  4. Glue the edge of the now flat floaty over the cover of the notebook. Deflate it before glueing it onto the notebook to make this process easier.
  5. Let the glue dry.
  6. Blow up your arm floaty pillow and test it out! Not the biggest pillow ever, but definitely can see how it’ll be a lifesaver on some days!

Watch out for some more BTS DIYs being posted soon!

Wow it’s weird how fixated I am on this girl I’m working on a project with, like I really like listening to her when she talks and I kind of want to hold her and she’s really cute - it’s awesome how girls can totally feel this way about their platonic friends and not worry because we’re secure with our heterosexuality lol :)

C: I wish folks would stop paying attention to Kylie Jenner. Just stop. STOP. Listen: This is what happens when you propel a family to the spotlight for having no shame. These people have no reason to give a shit about what we think. In fact, Kylie’s publicist quite literally orchestrates for her to get into “controversy” because it makes her money. Hate-clicks, comments on her IG, mean messages on Tumblr all boost her visibility…have to do 2 parts because your submit box is weird 

so projecting any energy and attention onto this little girl just means that we lose. Every. Single. Time. The best thing you can do is ignore this. I really, really do not care if she wears an ugly high ponytail. I guess you can argue about cultural appropriation but shouldn’t we be praising black women with these same styles instead of devoting so much time and energy into trying to dictate what white girls should and shouldn’t wear? 

Hi guys! Apparently it’s been a year since I first joined tumblr, how did this happened? so I guess it’s time for a follow forever, YAAAY!

First of all, thank you so much to everyone who has ever interacted with me, either by talking to me, occasional messages or just reblogging my stuff. you guys are what makes me keep going with this mess of a blog. 

Wow, I got too chessy too fast. Anyways, this year I’ve come across a lot of amazing blogs and people, so I’m really sorry if I forget anyone. 🆗🆒 

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