Printable Fabric Flag Word Art

Printable Fabric Flag Word Art - Sugar & Cloth - Houston Blogger - DIY - Home Decor

Every year when Spring rolls around, I get the urge to hit the refresh button. Pack away the sweaters, deep clean the fridge, and tweak my home decor.

This year I, Erin, wanted some new large scale art for my studio, but I didn’t have the budget to invest in a framed statement piece, so I threw out my preconceived ideas of what art should be. I decided to enlist fabric and something as simple as a beautiful word to create an impactful piece for my studio walls.

Printable Fabric Flag Word Art - Sugar & Cloth - Houston Blogger - DIY - Home Decor

Printable Fabric Flag Word Art

Every year when Spring rolls around, I get the urge to hit the refresh button. Pack away the sweaters, deep clean the fridge, and tweak my home decor.

This year I, Erin, wanted some new large scale art for my studio, but I didn’t have the budget to invest in a framed statement piece, so I threw out my preconceived ideas of what art should be. I decided to enlist fabric and something as simple as a beautiful word to create an impactful piece for my studio walls.

The Best New Pool Floats for Summer 2017

The Best New Pool Floats for Summer 2017 by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning destination for DIY's, home decor, and style.

Have I ever mentioned that Sugar & Cloth’s single most shared pin is the first pool float round up we ever made?! It turns out we weren’t the only ones who loved the idea of floating around on a unicorn or hotdog. Since then, we’ve made it an annual tradition to share our favorite new pool floats for summer.

They’re pretty much EVERYWHERE now, but on my hunt this year I was surprised to find that there were a few key players missing.

The Best New Pool Floats for Summer 2017 by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning destination for DIY's, home decor, and style.

The Best New Pool Floats for Summer 2017

Have I ever mentioned that Sugar & Cloth’s single most shared pin is the first pool float round up we ever made?! It turns out we weren’t the only ones who loved the idea of floating around on a unicorn or hotdog. Since then, we’ve made it an annual tradition to share our favorite new pool floats for summer.

They’re pretty much EVERYWHERE now, but on my hunt this year I was surprised to find that there were a few key players missing.

Citrus Galette

Citrus Galette by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY, recipe, and home decor blog.

I’m a big fan of making a galette over pie since they’re way easier to prepare, no matter what your baking level may be. Galettes are supposed to be rustic, so you don’t have to sweat over getting your pie dough in a perfect circle. Slightly sloppy, off-balance tarts look homemade and rustic, only adding charm and proof that this isn’t a store-bought dessert.

I, Alex, make the most of citrus season with this refreshing,

Citrus Galette by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY, recipe, and home decor blog.

Citrus Galette

I’m a big fan of making a galette over pie since they’re way easier to prepare, no matter what your baking level may be. Galettes are supposed to be rustic, so you don’t have to sweat over getting your pie dough in a perfect circle. Slightly sloppy, off-balance tarts look homemade and rustic, only adding charm and proof that this isn’t a store-bought dessert.

I, Alex, make the most of citrus season with this refreshing,

The Essentials for a Perfect Bachelorette Weekend

As long as you aren’t living under a rock, you probably noticed (based on my clear excitement over on IG) that we celebrated Jared & I’s nuptials a few weeks back. Not even rocks can hide from this excitement, which about sums it up. While I can’t share the wedding or my bachelorette photos just yet, I’m super excited to spill allll the details soon In the meantime, I thought I’d share a bit about what we packed for the weekend on account of I’m headed to Nashville for Caitlin’s bachelorette this weekend!

The Essentials for a Perfect Bachelorette Weekend

As long as you aren’t living under a rock, you probably noticed (based on my clear excitement over on IG) that we celebrated Jared & I’s nuptials a few weeks back. Not even rocks can hide from this excitement, which about sums it up. While I can’t share the wedding or my bachelorette photos just yet, I’m super excited to spill allll the details soon In the meantime, I thought I’d share a bit about what we packed for the weekend on account of I’m headed to Nashville for Caitlin’s bachelorette this weekend!

Our Honeymoon Part 1: How We Traveled to French Polynesia on a Budget

Our Honeymoon Part 1: How we traveld to French Polynesia on a budget by top Houston lifestyle blogger, Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

Now seems about as good a time as any to pretend we’re all on a sunny island sipping coco loco’s, right?! While Jared and I probably won’t be hitting up French Polynesia again anytime soon (that budget life…), getting to visit for our honeymoon was AMAZING. Literally amazing. Part one of the honeymoon— a detailed guide to how we traveled to French Polynesia on a budget. Specifically, Moorea.

For now, I’m breaking down all of our trip details,

Our Honeymoon Part 1: How we traveld to French Polynesia on a budget by top Houston lifestyle blogger, Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

Our Honeymoon Part 1: How We Traveled to French Polynesia on a Budget

Now seems about as good a time as any to pretend we’re all on a sunny island sipping coco loco’s, right?! While Jared and I probably won’t be hitting up French Polynesia again anytime soon (that budget life…), getting to visit for our honeymoon was AMAZING. Literally amazing. Part one of the honeymoon— a detailed guide to how we traveled to French Polynesia on a budget. Specifically, Moorea.

For now, I’m breaking down all of our trip details,

Easter Style & DIY Modern Potted Flower Cake

Easter Style with Maison Jules & a DIY Modern Potted Flower Cake by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

There are two reasons I really love Easter. The first being that you can make really intricate desserts and people love it more than they judge you. It must be something about not having to decorate the entire house that makes people more easily entertained by sugar. Hence my making this DIY modern potted flower cake, that I think you’re going to love!

My second favorite thing is picking out an outfit. Not that I shy away from frilly things with a touch of pastel any other time of the year,

Easter Style with Maison Jules & a DIY Modern Potted Flower Cake by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

Easter Style & DIY Modern Potted Flower Cake

There are two reasons I really love Easter. The first being that you can make really intricate desserts and people love it more than they judge you. It must be something about not having to decorate the entire house that makes people more easily entertained by sugar. Hence my making this DIY modern potted flower cake, that I think you’re going to love!

My second favorite thing is picking out an outfit. Not that I shy away from frilly things with a touch of pastel any other time of the year,

Banana Bread with Whipped Mocha Mascarpone

Banana Bread with Whipped Mocha Mascarpone by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY, recipes, and home decor blog.

Banana bread is one of those classic stand-by’s that never get old. In fact, I, Alyssa, feel like it was essentially a staple in our house when I was growing up. It’s perfect for breakfast, a snack or dessert. Plus, it’s a great way to use up over-ripe bananas, which, if we’re being honest, who doesn’t always have a few of those hanging around?

While a classic never goes out of style, it’s fun to switch things up every once and a while.

Banana Bread with Whipped Mocha Mascarpone by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY, recipes, and home decor blog.

Banana Bread with Whipped Mocha Mascarpone

Banana bread is one of those classic stand-by’s that never get old. In fact, I, Alyssa, feel like it was essentially a staple in our house when I was growing up. It’s perfect for breakfast, a snack or dessert. Plus, it’s a great way to use up over-ripe bananas, which, if we’re being honest, who doesn’t always have a few of those hanging around?

While a classic never goes out of style, it’s fun to switch things up every once and a while.