Once upon a time I attended Marshall university for Art & Design. Then, against my parents’ better judgement, I decided to take a break from school. That break turned into two years. During those two years I moved across the country, gained a little more faith, learned from a few mistakes, and found an entirely new appreciation for design.
Now, I’m living in the busy city of Houston where I spend my days working at Smilebooth, and all of my evenings crafting and baking lots of pretties. With the intention of finding a creative outlet in the midst of my busy schedule, I started a little blog. Now you can find my projects and thoughts here, on Sugar & Cloth.
What do you do?
I am a Smileboother by day, and a crafter, thrifter, and DIY’er by night! Sugar & Cloth is a collection of DIY projects, vintage finds, designs, recipes, and all of the pretty things in between.
Do you take your own photographs?
Yes, and if my posts contain someone else’s hard work, it will be noted. Collages of my favorite products are created by me, but are not my own property. If you would like to use my photographs, please contact me or link back to give credit where credit is due.
What programs do you use for your pictures?
Lightroom for editing, and Picasa for quick collages for round-ups.
Any other questions? Contact me here!
– xo Ash
photo by Kimberly Lee Chau Photography
I own the rights to all original content posted on the site, all other content with be credited appropriately to the best of my knowledge. If you’re content has been featured on Sugar & Cloth and you would like it to be removed, please contact me and it will be removed immediately. Likewise, you may not redistribute, sell, or use photos or written content from Sugar & Cloth unless you have been given permission.
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