Click here to explore your creativity and get 2 free months of Skillshare Premium Membership! Good design doesn't come naturally to anyone. In this video I'm sharing 12 rules to make your graphics, bullet journal spreads, sketches, and art look more compelling and aesthetic! If you're a beginner, these are 12 graphic design rules that… Continue reading video || 12 graphic design rules for beginners + free printable! | ad
A complete guide with 11 style ideas for designing your next bullet journal spread! Try some of these ideas if you're starting a new bullet journal for the new year or just want to switch things up and be a bit different this time around. 😉 Rather than showing you my personal new year bullet… Continue reading video || 11 bullet journal style ideas: minimal, stylish, crafty & more
This morning, I woke up at 5:30 am in my hotel room in Montreal, straightened my hair, did my makeup, ate a night-old croissant and muffin, and headed down to film - YES, FILM - my first ever TV appearance! Breakfast TV Montreal did a live segment on back-to-school ideas using the Crayola Take Note!… Continue reading video || mistral spirit on TV: back to school with crayola
Hey there! I am currently looking into potentially selling some of my artwork as prints. They would be printed on thick cardstock paper with glossy laser ink (slightly elevated, with texture). You can choose to have it glossy laminated or not. However, I have two options: sell on Etsy, which involved a bit of a… Continue reading art || Mistral Spirit shop interest survey
This is probably one of my favourite spreads I've made. Like, ever. Super excited to share it with you AND to have made it into a PRINTABLE that you can download and print for yourself! Here are 65 title styles and 57 divider ideas for your: notes bullet journal journal lists and whatever else that… Continue reading art || 120 title and divider styles + FREE printable | ideas for your notes and bujo
Last weekend, my best friend and I traveled the couple hours from Toronto to Montreal for a fun little trip together. We had such an incredible time exploring the city, visiting the many beautifully-decorated cafes, eating at delicious restaurants, hiking Mont Royal and checking out the Piknic Electronik. We left the city with so many… Continue reading lifestyle || montreal travel lookbook: 7 spring outfit ideas
I've been going downtown Toronto more and more lately, and it's truly a beautiful city to take photos in. There's always so much to explore and see, I don't think I'd ever get truly bored of it. Here are some of my photos from my March travels in Toronto.
Flipped through my two travel sketchbooks from 2014 to today! I love sketching the places I visit because it's a fun way to interact with your surroundings and observe tiny details you otherwise wouldn't. Plus, the final product is beautiful (sometimes)! 😛
It sounds really weird to say it out loud, but in grade 3 I literally made it my life goal to improve my cursive handwriting. I went through the same five steps to improve your handwriting that I describe in this video, and then when it came to practicing, I would take FOREVER to copy down notes. Like seriously. I was the last one done.
Ironically, I remember my grade 3 mind thinking, "eh, I'm in grade 3. What does it really matter how fast I can copy down notes?"
This month I decided to whip out my watercolours and paint some pretty flowers around my monthly printables!