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DIY // Animal Knobs


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photos and tutorial by Aileen of At Home In Love

Every now and then we do a DIY project just for the kids. I say that only because if I made cat animal knobs for myself I would be deemed crazy cat lady (and not just because Brittni always says so), but if I had kids I could just blame it on them, right? Clearly I have all of my priorities straight.

Anyways, back on track, Aileen made these super cute DIY animal knobs inspired by Ferm Living’s animal hooks, that are as customizable as you could want them to be. Let the kids (cough, cough, or yourself) pick their favorite animal and the rest is wall hook history.

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A peek of the new studio and the most excited I’ve ever been about window treatments


sugar and cloth studio decorview windows | sugarandcloth.com sugar and cloth studio decorview windows | sugarandcloth.com Well that was a long winded title if there ever was one, huh? It’s true though, I am officially my mother with with how excited I am over the new studio window treatments that I mentioned the other day. I seriously think we spent half the day looking for reasons to open and shut the shades…

The light in the studio is one of the main reasons I chose it, add that to my love affair with all things white and gold, and you’ve got yourself one giant sun-reflector. Okay, it’s not really that intense, but it does get pretty direct sun during the day which is counter productive for a) not sweating myself skinny in the middle of summer (which normally I would love if it wasn’t at work), and b) it makes for not so great DIY project lighting since it’s too harsh.

That’s where these magical built-in light diffuser Hunter Douglas window treaments (as I’ve since named them) by Decorview and come in, and yes, I felt the need to include a mini animation to show you the difference…

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DIY // Jumbo Sequin Monogram


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I’m ramping up my glimmer game over on the Lulu’s blog again with this DIY jumbo sequin monogram that I made. Yes, technically I know that an ampersand doesn’t constitute a monogram but I needed something that said ” Sugar & Cloth ” for the new studio, and S or C by itself just didn’t cut it. You can see the full tutorial here!

In the meantime, I’ll be headed back home from Tulum so please take a moment to wish me an easy transition back into real life duties again, okay?

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Things Lately


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Well friends, it’s been an eventful week. So far it’s involved cake, birthday candles, my Dad coming into town, and my very first official studio door. I think I could cry happy tears right now.

It was really encouraging to hear all of your kind words from this little picture on Instagram. It’s a surreal feeling to have my own space, but more importantly just being able to look back and know how much God had blessed my journey so far, both the good and the bad days. I’ll definitely be writing a post to share my story with you and a few words of encouragement I heard along the way that made a huge difference to me.

In more party news, how amazing was this box full of Poppies For Grace goodies (see top photo)? It was at least two times bigger than this, but I’ve got to keep some things mysterious around here!

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I’m working on a collaboration with Decor View, and I don’t think I’ve ever felt so fancy! Having an interior decorator come by the studio to discuss window treatments is definitely not something I’m used to, but it’s just amazing how much they know about every little detail. I’ve loved the process so far and I’m excited to show you the end results in a few weeks.

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