I found these prints by the Honeycomb Print Shop while aimlessly thumbing through Etsy. It’s amazing how many talented and creative people there are, isn’t it? I hope you’re an Etsy fan because you will be able to shop Sugar & Cloth before you know it! The Sugar & Cloth Etsy is aiming to open this summer! Who’s dancing for joy? I am!
prints by the Honeycomb Print Shop
I always love a good Ikea hack. They’re almost always inexpensive and make a huge statement, like this DIY vintage file drawer by The Painted Hive. She made this bad boy from Ikea moppe drawers (only $16), stain, brass pulls, and a little elbow grease. Talk about awesome. Oh, and you can even download a free printable for the old fashioned handwritten labels!
Whenever you go on road trips and there’s the one car that’s going the same place as you, do you ever feel like you sort of drove with them? Well, when I started Sugar & Cloth a few months ago, Esther of Wholly Kao was one of those people for me, but in the blogging world. Her blog was one of the first I read regularly, and it’s neat to see how each blossoms, not to mention she is exceptionally crafty, like this homemade coffee koozy.
I’ve always liked wreaths. Not necessarily the crazy, over the top, one for every holiday kind of wreaths, but just something that expresses your personality when guests knock at the door. I’ve come up with some modern takes on wreaths, but I can’t actually bring myself to call them wreaths. So, for the purpose of this DIY, I’m going to coin the phrase door logos. Never underestimate what your door logo says about you, people.
- Cardboard monogram
- Paint brush
- Paper plate
- Matte finishing spray
Measure or sketch where you’d like for your glitter to stop so that you have a cohesive look, and then begin painting glue onto the first section.
Sprinkle glitter (I used Martha Stewart gold) onto the wet glue and then dust off the excess.
Continue the same process for the remainder and then let it dry. Spray matte finishing spray over the finished product to weather proof it!