The flower journal instagram

The flower journal instagram

Little hannah bullet journal

My productive morning kinda got paused thanks to the thunder ⚡ and pouring rain. But it did give my a lot of time for doodling. Finished my year long future log and ended it with an (a little early) hello 2018 page. And a lot of flowers. But you can’t just leave an empty page, can you? #bulletjournal #bujo #bulletjournaling #leuchtturm1917 #bulletjournaljunkies #bujobeauty #bujocommunity #flowerdrawing #flowerdoodling #travelersnotebook #travelersjournal #bujominimalist #bulletjournalminimalist #midori #showmeyourplanner #bujoinspiration #travelerscompany #planwithmechallenge #adymonthly #lifebyw #lbw_hello
Vista mensual de la organización de agosto de mi bullet journal. Utilizando el tombow 623, un bolígrafo blanco y uno negro y un crayola supertip en un lila un poco más oscuro que el tombow. También usé un washi de @lorabailora y unos post-its de @ponybrown.official ¿Qué os parece?
Results from my previous post. . When in doubt, add a bouquet of flowers . The supplies I used for this post is up on the blog (link in profile). . . . . . . . . #bujojunkies #bulletjournal #bujo #planner #planneraddict #plannercommunity #plannergirl #plannerlove #papercraft #plannernerd #stationery #stationeryaddict #plannergeek #stamps #stamping #rubberstamp #handwriting #handwritten #handlettered #handlettering #moderncalligraphy #brushcalligraphy #brushlettering #florals #floral #artsandcrafts #papercrafts #craft #crafts #crafting

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Bullet journaling means taking a blank notebook and using it to plan, organize, and document your thoughts, anecdotes, inspiration, task list… anything! Unlike a regular journal, a bullet journal isn’t pre-designed, you shape and evolve its contents.
Sara Vázquez, the creator of this account, lives in Alicante in Spain. She specializes in digital marketing and social media and creates striking illustrations and paintings. The combination results in a very personal account.
If you’re no illustration master or never touched a paintbrush in your life, have no fear: this Panamanian account is proof that there are plenty of ways to create unique pages. Simple strokes, collage and stickers ensure minimalist journals are still inspiring.
Inés is a graphic designer and the creator of this account. She defines herself as “a bit of a stationery junkie” and a flower fanatic. Her account shares tips on bullet journaling, watercolor, and lettering.
Whenever Aniko Villalba does something interesting, she makes a thought-provoking and inspirational bullet journal, scrapbook, or special creation. This author started out with a travel blog, has since published books, and just keeps on creating.

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With over 95 million photos and 500 million stories uploaded to Instagram every day, the platform has quickly become one of the best places to find inspiring ideas and free information on just about any subject. And for home gardeners, social media presents the unique opportunity to draw inspiration from others by getting to peek inside their homes and backyard gardens.
If you’re looking for a few new favorites to add to your feed, we’ve rounded up a list of some of the best gardening Instagram accounts to follow for motivation, advice and creative ideas. Whether you’re into houseplants or homesteading, these 10 accounts offer something for every plant lover out there.
Baker Creek Seeds is a Missouri-based heirloom seed company that distributes to over a million gardeners across the country each year. They offer the largest selection of heirloom seeds in the United States, so it comes as no surprise that their Instagram account is full of gardening inspiration in the form of beautiful photos of rare flowers, fruits and vegetables, including 19th-century Asian and European varieties. From tiger melons to Uzbek golden carrots, you’ll find no shortage of unique ideas to fill your garden on Baker Creek’s Instagram feed.

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The first several days were full of worry about the photo quality, writing funny captions, and wondering if all my friends would unfollow me in a fit of annoyance. I chose filters to conceal my acne and cropped photos carefully to hide the clutter in my home. I worried my aesthetic wasn’t minimalist enough—I don’t have handmade ceramics, or white walls, or crisp monochrome rugs. I thought about faking it.I give myself an “A” for effort and a “C-” for authenticity on those early days.As the week progressed, I loosened my grasp on what I considered Instagram-worthy. I realized that my aesthetic couldn’t possibly be neutral (because I have a pink apartment, rainbow rugs, pink hair, I could go on). Instead, I leaned into the colorful chaos of my home and began to embrace the images as they were. My editing process became more about making the colors true-to-life than being light and bright and airy.My followers (all 600 of them) hardly noticed, but I enjoyed the increased frequency of interaction. I found that when my face was in a photo, my meager followers reacted more positively—whether or not my PMS acne was present. So I asked my husband to take pictures of me for my gratitude journal, which felt a little like self-acceptance. For someone who says she did this for herself, I still felt heartened and encouraged by the comments from friends.

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