Monthly Archives: March 2012

Currently // Oh My!

03/26/12

currently on sugar and cloth, oh my!

So we’re officially on mini-vacation to San Antonio as of yesterday, but I thought I’d leave you with a few fun things until I’m back later this week!

1 | You can keep up with my photo trail here.

2 | This posts image was found via my new favorite site to look through.

3 | Wit & Delight proving the versatility (and all around awesomeness) of neon pants.

4 | I always love reading Design Love Fest, particularly this trip to London. (Ron Burgundy drink? Yes!)

5 | Favorite new DIY blog find.

photo found via Lyla & Blu
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DIY // Bright & Polka Dotted Linens

03/23/12

DIY polka dotted table linens, napkins

I’m not much of a sewer. I’d like to think that I am, but I’d be lying to myself. So, until I’m Design Mom, I’ll have to stick with purchasing someone else’s handy sewing skills for this DIY polka dotted linen tutorial by Gabrielle.

Using a 1″ anywhere hole punch, cut several dots from cardstock and use them as a stencil for your choice of linens (or better yet, anything!).

DIY polka dotted stencil

DIY polka dotted stencil for linens

DIY polka dotted linens

how to make polka dotted linens

photos via Design Mom, design by Sugar & Cloth

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Style // Collar Love

03/22/12

peter pan collar, bow collar, scoop collar, pearl collar

one // two// three// four// five

My love for collars is no secret (especially peter pan collars). Now that they are popping up everywhere, someone got smart and turned the collar sensation into a must have accessory. They might as well have just sent out checks for everyone to double their wardrobe since these little beauties can turn one top into two with just the tie of a bow. I need the pearl and black bow collars from ASOS desperately. How about you?

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DIY // Party Animal Candle

03/21/12

DIY party animal candle holder spray painted

Raise your hand if your birthday cupcake is in need of a few golden animals! This genius idea from Jenny for The Sweetest Occasion is drop dead gorgeous awesome, with a little hint of glamour. All you need is gold spray paint, a drill, a few plastic animals, and a plastic candle holder to stick on top. Finish them with a few coats of paint, and you’ll have sweetest party around.

DIY party animal candle holder tutorial

diy party animal candle holders

DIY golden animal candle holders

DIY party animal candle holders

photos via Hank + Hunt

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