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  • Okay class, today we'll be learning algebra

  • as you can see,

  • the equation we have up here is

  • 2a, plus 7,

  • minus c, equals

  • b over 6

  • plus, square root of 9

  • and,

  • *Wengie happy music*

  • so the first value a, equals

  • 3

  • so the second value b

  • equals a plus 1

  • so now, class

  • what.. is.. c..?

  • Wengie!

  • I've told you before!

  • no toys in class!

  • now I have to confiscate them

  • but miss, these aren't toys, they're squishies!

  • Well unless those squishies, magically become school supplies,

  • I don't want to see them in class again!

  • No fair!

  • *happy music*

  • *happy music*

  • Hey guys! It's Wengie!

  • Andddd

  • super secret announcement hugs!

  • So today we'll be doing some DIY

  • squishy school supplies

  • these are so adorable

  • I can't wait to show you!

  • And also I have a special announcement

  • I partnered with UV to bring you guys something special

  • so without further ado,

  • lets get on with the video

  • Letsss go!

  • *happy music*

  • the inspiration for this squishy pen

  • is my unicorn pen right here

  • it's pretty magical,

  • but I think we can make an even better one

  • all you'll need is a piece of memory foam cut up into a roughly pen size length,

  • an ink tube from any ballpoint pen,

  • and some needle and thread

  • the first step I like to do is

  • roughly draw out a shape of the object you

  • want to cut out

  • in this case, I drew a unicorn horn

  • it doesn't have to be exact,

  • but it's useful as a guide for me personally

  • so using your guide, just

  • roughly start cutting out small pieces

  • of your memory foam

  • this can be quite time consuming but

  • but you definitely don't want to rush this part because

  • if you cut off too much by accident,

  • you can't really fix it unless you start over again

  • so just put on some music, take your time

  • and enjoy the process

  • *loading sound*

  • once you have your rough shape done,

  • you want to start cutting out more carefully

  • along the edges to make your shape as neat as possible

  • eventually, you want to use some fine scissors

  • to smooth out the small ridges in your shape to give it a super smooth look

  • *happy music*

  • when you're happy with the shape,

  • you'll want to pass some thread through a large needle

  • tie a knot at the end and

  • pass it straight up through the base of the horn

  • right out through the tip

  • next, anchor the thread at the tip

  • then slowly twirl it around your horn

  • using some light pressure to give it a spiral pattern

  • when you reach the bottom,

  • just tie it off with your initial thread

  • and cut off the excess

  • next, you'll want to take some puffy paint

  • or 3D paint to paint your horn

  • this means when you squish it, it won't crack

  • I used blue, purple and pink

  • obviously, but you can pick whatever colours you like most

  • paint your horn using a gradient pattern

  • and you'll end up with something like this

  • *happy music*

  • when it's dry,

  • take your ink tube and insert it

  • into the base of your unicorn horn

  • with the pen nib still poking out

  • next, I hot glued the pen into place

  • and even added a metallic end to finish the look

  • this pen not only matches my other unicorn theme pens

  • but it's so fun to write with and squish at the same time

  • and I love how colourful and vibrant it looks

  • Okay! Special announcement time!

  • Hello Mia

  • So I partnered with Yoobi to create this limited edition Wengie and Yoobi box.

  • It is going to be so cute.

  • There is so much unicorn goodness in this.

  • I've partnered with Yoobi because it's a stationary brand that gives a back.

  • For every item that Yoobi sells, they give one to a U.S. classroom in need.

  • I can't wait to show you guys what's in the box.

  • Okay so the first thing guys

  • This box is esthetic, it's holographic, it's got clouds.

  • I designed this myself out of all the things that I love

  • Can you tell?

  • And in this box there are five amazing items I want totalk about

  • So the first one is this really cute pencil case you can put in your binder

  • And of course it's a sleepy corn, which is adorable!

  • Next is this amazing glitter journal, which I think is super mesmerizing

  • Look at the glitter move

  • And it has some matching glitter pencils as well, which there is like as set of six

  • And to match what we have already, we have some really cute Washi tapes

  • We have pink glitter and a rainbow Washi tape

  • And also we can't have this box without a unicorn pen.

  • How cute is this?

  • And finally I'm leaving the best item for last

  • This is fully customized, you can only get it in this box

  • It is a holographic Wengie sticker set

  • It's got unicorns, it's got my Wengie logo which is absolutely adorable

  • Both in the color, and also the holographic it's got like little diamonds and hearts

  • Basically everything that I love and you can use this to decorate your binders, your books, your notebooks.

  • I cant wait to see what you guys create

  • So these are all my items that I chose myself for you guys

  • If you guys love it as much as me and don't forget, it's making an impact

  • So for every box we sell you are actually donating five school supply items to a kid in need.

  • With this Wengie and Yoobi box, your not only getting magical unicorn items, we're making an impact as well

  • And this box is available for pre-order right now so don't forget to check the description box for the link.

  • Now it's time for the next squishy DIY. Let's go!!

  • You can't make a squishy set without including a donut

  • So I thought I'd make a huge donut that I could use as a book cover decoration.

  • First I use a round plate to trace a circle onto a piece of memory foam

  • Using that as a guide, cut out your donut shape as best you can.

  • Don't worry if you get tired, I had to take a few breaks in this particular DIY

  • Once you have your shape done, you want to use some pliers to rip out small but of foam in the center to create the donut hole.

  • Try to bore a hole through to the other side first

  • And then you should be able to use scissors to neaten the hole

  • Next use some orange puffy paint to paint the entire donut.

  • When it's dry, use some pink paint to paint the strawberry glaze icing on the top.

  • You'll need to do another layer of the pink to make the layer look super shiny and glazed.

  • When it's dry, you'll have a pink strawberry donut which feels amazing to squish.

  • Next you want to add some sprinkles, s just use a narrower brush to dot on your sprinkles in what ever colors you want.

  • Next, I took a plain notebook and used some A6,000 (?)on the base of the donut to stick it right onto the front cover.

  • Finally, I painted some sprinkles on to the book cover as well to give the impression sprinkles were falling onto the donut.

  • I was so happy with how this turned out.

  • And the donut looks so real and delicious

  • It was starting to make me hungry

  • This donut was super satisfying to squish because all the layers of paint had suck into the foam which made it extremely slow rising.

  • The other great thing about this squishy is that it can double as a pillow

  • Just remember if you get in trouble sleeping during class then DO NUT blame it on me

  • So my favorite summer fruit is watermelon

  • So I thought I'd make a watermelon pencil grip.

  • Trace out a semi-circle onto the foam and cut that shape out

  • You kinda want to wedge it so that the straight edge is thinner than the curved edge

  • So here, it's starting to look like a watermelon piece

  • Next, paint the curved surface using green puffy paint and extend the green color slightly around the edges to mimic that watermelon rind.

  • Next, use white paint to paint that part of the watermelon no one eats.

  • Finally, use pink paint to paint the juicy part of the watermelon itself.

  • When the skin is dry I mix a darker shade of green to paint some texture onto the skin, to make it look more realistic.

  • Then I use a toothpick with some black paint to paint on the seeds

  • When it's dry, take some pliers and start making a hole right through the center of the watermelon.

  • It doesn't need to be very wide for your pencil to fit through since the foam will stretch once the pencil is inside and that's it.

  • A squishy watermelon pencil grip

  • This is a super fun way to customize your pencils and also ensure that your fingers never get sore again

  • Because this squishy grip is so comfortable!

  • So I have this super cute rainbow pencil case and I thought I would challenge myself to try and make a squishy rainbow pencil case.

  • I first started by tracing a larger piece of foam using the original pencil case as a guide.

  • Next, cut this shape out carefully.

  • Again settle in with some music because this one will take a while

  • When you're done,