Hello guys! I’ve had a motivation and inspiration lack so I haven’t posted in a really long time.

For September I have been using my bullet journal very frequently and it has been working out really well. Since October starts tomorrow, I thought it could be a good idea to show you my bullet journal setup for the month.

To increase my creativity I also started painting with watercolour. I find it really relaxing and fun to paint.

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It all started a normal day when me and my family were in our summer place. I went on Pinterest and saw a lot of pictures of travellers' notebooks that people used for planning and organising and I felt like "I can make one myself!". I didn't want to spend money on it so I thought about what I've already got. I got an idea and I was ready to try it out but there was one problem: The things I needed was at home and the only thing I could do about it was to wait until we were going home to re-pack. When we finally got home I was so excited to try it out and here it is!

To those of you who don't already know what a travellers' notebook is, it's a cover in which you put different inserts in that stays in place with elastics. Inserts can be notebooks but also folders and sticker holders; everything your imagination can come up with.

In my travellers' notebook I want to have one insert for planning, one for lists, one for blog stuff and a folder for sticky notes and maybe a tiny ruler.

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Last week me and my family went to England for four days. The first day we went to Warner Bros Studio Tour - The making of Harry Potter. It was a lot of cool things in there for example small paper versions of of Hogwarts and many of the other buildings in the movies. The next day we saw the Queen's Guard and Big Ben in London. Then we went to Oxford and I got a schleich dog for my dollhouse.

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This weekend I've done a few things in my planner. I've made some dividers, one for planning, lists, school, my blog, paintings and drawings, extra paper and one for other stuff. I've also made a Books to read page and a colour code system.

This is some of my weekly spreads. Since it's almost summer break, I haven't got a lot of homework and therefore I don't need a lot of space in my weekly spreads. I've tried different ones because I want to see which one I like the most. When I start eighth grade in August I will probably have much more homework and also more space for writing it down.

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Hi! I hope you are having a creative weekend. I'be been on a trip with my choir to Norway so I haven't been able to craft anything but I've planned a bit in my DIY-planner and I have also made some sketches like the turtle in this picture.

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Thank you so much for reading my blog. Since I am going to school, some periods can get very busy with a lot of tests and homework. Therefore I am not always able to make new blog posts very often but I hope you enjoy when I do. I am going to try and make blog posts more often so stay updated. If you want more of my crafts and dollhouses then I recommend you to follow me on Instagram (@dollhouse_builder) were I post more frequently. I am also going to change my blog a bit. I think I am going to not only post about crafts but also about my DIY planner.

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I have renovated my old dollhouse. I can't find the picture of the old house but it was yellow on the outside. The wallpaper was pink. The extension on the right side is also new. Inside the dollhouse is a table that folds down and a small sofa.

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This is a mini-dollhouse that I made. The bottom measures 7,5 centimetres (3 inches) so it's really tiny. The house is made out of a origami box that is shaped like a house and a box divider.

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This is a dollhouse with tree different floors that I made for my younger cousin this Christmas.

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