Customize School Essentials! 12 Useful School Supply Ideas and Other School Hacks

Customize School Essentials! 12 Useful School Supply Ideas and Other School Hacks


Finally the test results are back! Surprisingly enough, Madison was able to get an A. Congrats, girl! Even more surprising is that Emma somehow ended up getting an F… Her parents won’t be happy
to see this… It’s written with a color pencil so cover it with a piece of
masking tape. It’s a bit transparent so use to trace the contours. Now remove
the tape and watch the mark perish. But are we gonna leave the spot empty though? Write down the desired letter as if it was always there. Emma’s parents won’t
suspect a thing! But be sure to study harder in order to earn a real A next
time, okay? Oh, those shots will look awesome on your Instagram, Emily! A rebellious girl taking selfies in class. But I don’t think mrs. Dubey agrees on
that one. You better put your phone away and do some actual studying for once, lady! Pft! Studying, she says… But the thing is, you will never stop a girl from
admiring herself even during class. You just need proper ways to do that. A colorful peacock tail would definitely hide your phone, right? For instance, color pencils will never trigger any teacher’s attention. Take a case that fits your phone model. Put a line of hot glue on the back of it and stick the pencils side by side until the surface is fully covered. Perfect! It kind of reminds me of a fence, doesn’t it? Emily would rather take a selfie instead
of drawing in arts class. But on mrs. Dubey’s watch the colorful pencil case
is the only thing that can save you! She might be slow in her assignments but
Emily is definitely trying her best… …on not missing a single post on Instagram! Better watch the number of likes going up! Ready for a geometry class, Emma? Um, the pen case was supposed to be clean… Also this drawing did not have any color
on it last time I saw Even her homework has loads of scribbles that shouldn’t be there! That doesn’t look good… Oh dear, all of Emma’s highlighters seem to have lost
their caps somewhere in space and time. And here’s the final part of the whole
mess! Is there any way to prevent this from ruining
the whole content of Emma’s backpack? We can work this out, right? Add a drop of glue on the cap
and stick one end of a ribbon. Don’t forget to attach the other
end too. This way your highlighter will never lose its cap ever again. Now you can use them when needed and keep them shut as soon as you’re finished! No more messy highlighter scribbles on your backpack content! It’s finally time for Emma to put on that amazing shirt with a sequin logo for school. Oh wow! Just choose the pattern you want today and flip through the glitters. Wait a sec! This huge hole in the back isn’t the fashion trend Emma was expecting! Sadly, it seems she will have to throw it away… There’s no justice in this world! At least, not today… Actually, the logo itself is fine, isn’t it? Maybe there are other
ways she could still use it? This plain-looking notebook is just what Emma needs! There’s no way she will leave the sequin at home today! But first, we will need to fully destroy the shirt by cutting that logo off. Take the boring
notebook and put a layer of hot glue on it. And now you can attach the logo you
desire and feel the power of sequins! Emma can now bring this awesomeness to
school and make everyone else envious. Wow! It seems Emily is definitely
loving it! You can glue any logo from whatever ruined clothing you like! There’s always a way to bring that desired justice into class, right? Class is over, Jess! Time to wrap things up and don’t forget your favorite gel pen! So what’s the next class? *gasp* Oh no! I guess, the cap of the pen wasn’t enough to keep it
attached to the notebook. Well, at least the ballpoint itself is fine. Maybe there’s a way to keep this pen on the cover somehow? Use your imagination and you might find some other ways to keep your tools steady. Grab a piece of fabric and crop into two smaller parts. Use some good old hot glue to stick the smaller cloth part on top of the bigger one. You’ve got the base already! But are we gonna stop there? Jess wants to
customize it by applying some shiny pins. Set that aside for a while. Grab an elastic ribbon and bandage it vertically on your notebook by joining the ends with some glue. Put some more of the stickiness to attach the pocket on
the cover. Yep, that’s where you insert the pens, Jessica! Cool and efficient! Feel free to play around with different accessories and colors to suit your own taste. Your imagination is the only limit here. Note to yourself: don’t trust the caps of your gel pens if you want to keep them intact. Yay, class is over! Remember all the trash you left in the locker last time? Whoops! Now you do! I guess collecting those disposable cups
wasn’t the best idea… And what are you planning to do with a magnetic cactus? Well I guess it’s time to do some cleaning! Paint the cup as green as a
cactus. Decorate it using a white acrylic marker and set it aside for a while. Take a piece of colored paper and turn it into a couple of tiny and cute cactus arms. Don’t forget to decorate them! Add some glue to the cup and stick those
cropped pieces. Be sure to attach a magnet. Now you can clip those adorable cups onto your locker door and there you have it! A whole forest of practical cactus cups! So long, trash avalanche! Madison has been
left after class. Apparently she didn’t press the subscribe button on her phone. Always subscribe to Crafty Panda! Class is finished! I hope you learned your
lesson! Emma is searching online for a superhero jumper. OMG look at that
Captain America price tag… Unfortunately her savings won’t allow
her to buy one… no chance… Is there a possibility we can make one ourselves? Maybe even improve it a bit? For Captain America we will need bright red, white
and blue felt pieces. Cut out the necessary shapes and use hot glue to
connect them all one by one on top of each other. Flip your superhero logo and add a pair of the adhesive backed velcro coins. Our logo is done! Now for the final step, we will transform our hoodie! Add two more velcro coins and attach your new logo. If you want to switch up your daily look, you can create more for a full superhero collection. Amazing! Emma managed to create a custom superhero hoodie! Without spending a single penny! I feel strongly already! Can’t wait to see
the reaction from the kids in class! The girls are back home after school and are
working on their math assignments. Emily is about to show off her new fancy
looking pen she bought the other day. Yeah, I feel like our boring pen could
use a change. Something as cool as this lava lamp, for example. Any chance we could do something similar? And she’s off! First of all, let’s remove
the ink tip and cover the end with hot glue. This will prevent it from getting mixed with the baby oil and food coloring. Grab a dash of baby oil and using a pipette drop it inside the pen. And add double the amount of food coloring. Just make sure to leave some space for the ink shard to fit in. Voila! you’re done The oil and food coloring mix will
produce tons of colorful bubbles for you to marvel at. Go ahead and try out other
food coloring combinations! Just like that, we created a lava pen and it only
took us a minute! Even Emily finds it way cooler than the fluffy pen she bought. Don’t worry, girl, we made an extra one just for you! Those lava pens are hot! Don’t get burned, girls! Madison is working on her math assignment at home. She needs to draw some circles in order to finish this exercise. Oh no! It looks
like her compass got damaged in her bag! Are there any alternative ways to make a
perfect circle? Nope, sorry… That attempt looks like an ugly potato. How about we use a paper clip instead? Lay down a single paper clip and put two pencils on
both ends. One is going to keep the center intact and the other one spins around. Just like that, it’s done! The fun part – you can simply attach another paper clip to extend the loop! Or even go further and add as many as
you want! It looks like Madison is not stopping
now. She managed to empty out the whole paperclip box. I hope you have enough
paper for it! Oh wow! You weren’t kidding! You’re actually going for it! That’s definitely going to be a new world record right there! And a neat bling-bling to keep for later! Madison is the last one to leave the classroom, but, before that, she has a little prank up her sleeve! Oh darn it! Someone’s coming! Girl, did you seriously use a permanent marker for this?! What about trying that old erasable marker trick? Madison remember that the dry erase marker has a pigment that will help us
remove the permanent marker. Well at least she managed to remove the first
part! We’ll just pretend Emily did this! You did that for me? Yeah… yeah, definitely, for sure… Emily just finished her laundry and is about to hang up her clothes. It looks like her laundry machine made a big mess. How did that happen? Did you forget to double check the pockets before putting all the stuff inside the laundry machine again? Classic Emily… Nevertheless this isn’t so bad. We could make something wonderful out of that colorful stain, don’t you think. Simply continue to add more water in order to keep the bag somewhat wet. And add as many colorful markers as you
combined. I’m more of an abstract fan Puzzle shapes and curvy lines doesn’t
take much skill. The water will blend the colors like a cloudy blur. Keep repeating the process until the whole bag is colored. Emily is done with her
masterpiece and is ready to head out! The water helped to smooth out the
transition between the colors giving it a rainbow feel. Hey, Crafty Pandas! I hope you enjoyed these school hacks! Let us know which of them you’re going to use
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