Hey babes! School has started for most students all over the world now, I’ve started my third and last year of art college and … I went shopping! I didn’t need as many school supplies as I needed in high school because I still have so much stuff laying around and I don’t have many theoretical classes this year. But, I still wanted some new supplies to cheer up my desk and hopefully motivate myself to be an even better student this year.
I bought most of these things in the supermarket, on holiday or at HEMA. Here’s what I got and some tips on how I use everything, I hope you like this post, it’s kind of different!
I got these two notebooks at HEMA, they are SO cute! These will come in handy for the two theoretical classes I’ll have this year.
I got some cute 3D stickers to decorate my notebooks and filofax organiser. These make organizing way more fun and I love cute stickers like these. I also got some washi tape to decorate as well.
I always have these two: white out and roller-glue are super easy to use and lifesavers in my opinion.
I found these neon sharpies and omg I am in love. They are SUPER neon and definitely stand out on the page, great for writing small notes because they have a sharp tip but also great for underlining and they aren’t bulky in your pen bag.
I stocked up on my favorite kind of pen, I have loads of these and would definitely recommend them to people that need to take a lot of notes.
My roommate bought a set of these highlighter pens but only needed one half so I got the other, I keep these on my desk when I take the sharpie highlighters to school. These are from HEMA.
These coloured pens are honestly amazing and I don’t even remember where I bought them, they are great for projects and brainstorming and they write very smoothly. I think colour coding is a great element to incorporate in your brainstorm sessions because colour can bring order to the chaos.
A great and cheap tip for studying but also brainstorming is buying these blocks of non-stick notes. I use them as flashcards or for big brainstorm sessions where I want to shuffle ideas around on the table, it helps me visualize ideas and put things together.
I hope you liked seeing what I bought this school year, let me know if you want more non-beauty posts like these! And leave a comment telling me if you’re still at school and what you study!