Our Favorite Brands that Help Us Give Back

Our Favorite Brands that Help Us Give Back by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY, recipes, and style blog.

If you’ve followed along with Sugar & Cloth for a while now, you know I love a good deal! I’ve ordered my fair share of dresses from sketchy websites, and waited that inevitable four months for a suspiciously cheap piece of clothing to arrive on my doorstep. And to be honest, I’m not always disappointed by the quality. But, more and more I’m finding that it’s hard to shop from big retailers without feeling just the tiniest big of guilt about my purchases.

Our Favorite Brands that Help Us Give Back by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY, recipes, and style blog.

Our Favorite Brands that Help Us Give Back

If you’ve followed along with Sugar & Cloth for a while now, you know I love a good deal! I’ve ordered my fair share of dresses from sketchy websites, and waited that inevitable four months for a suspiciously cheap piece of clothing to arrive on my doorstep. And to be honest, I’m not always disappointed by the quality. But, more and more I’m finding that it’s hard to shop from big retailers without feeling just the tiniest big of guilt about my purchases.

DIY Fresh Floral and Herbal Incense Bundles

These summer days my garden is in full bloom and I couldn’t be happier about it! With so many flowers and herbs flourishing, I could sit out there all day long! Recently I, Erin, started racking my brain for more ways to enjoy my garden indoors.

And that’s when I had the idea for this oh so easy DIY Fresh Floral and Herbal Incense Bundles! Similar to smudge sticks, you burn them a little at a time,

DIY Fresh Floral and Herbal Incense Bundles

These summer days my garden is in full bloom and I couldn’t be happier about it! With so many flowers and herbs flourishing, I could sit out there all day long! Recently I, Erin, started racking my brain for more ways to enjoy my garden indoors.

And that’s when I had the idea for this oh so easy DIY Fresh Floral and Herbal Incense Bundles! Similar to smudge sticks, you burn them a little at a time,

The Weekly Edit

Entertaining with Pizzazzerie's newest book and the weekly edit by top Houston lifestyle blogger, Ashley Rose of sugar and cloth

How are you all planning to spend your weekend?! We’re wrapping up this week with the weekly edit fun and plans for painting/redoing our master bedroom study. You know, nothing like spending your weekend adulting, am I right?!

Though I don’t necessarily love spending every waking free moment renovating something, I have a feeling that I’m going to sleep like a little baby myself once everything all is said and done before our baby girl arrives! Also, can you even believe it?!

Entertaining with Pizzazzerie's newest book and the weekly edit by top Houston lifestyle blogger, Ashley Rose of sugar and cloth

The Weekly Edit

How are you all planning to spend your weekend?! We’re wrapping up this week with the weekly edit fun and plans for painting/redoing our master bedroom study. You know, nothing like spending your weekend adulting, am I right?!

Though I don’t necessarily love spending every waking free moment renovating something, I have a feeling that I’m going to sleep like a little baby myself once everything all is said and done before our baby girl arrives! Also, can you even believe it?!

#LittleSugarandCloth: Sharing our colorful gender reveal! (+ video!)

#littlesugarandcloth: sharing our colorful gender reveal!

If you’re reading this post, you’ve probably realized that we gave up on trying to be one of the laid back, cool couples that waits to find out what they were having. Clearly not those people, though we thought we could be for like a week, ha!

Instead, we’re actually those people that get the test done early, then holds the envelope up to the light 500 different ways to see if we can found out before our colorful gender reveal was even a thought.

#littlesugarandcloth: sharing our colorful gender reveal!

#LittleSugarandCloth: Sharing our colorful gender reveal! (+ video!)

If you’re reading this post, you’ve probably realized that we gave up on trying to be one of the laid back, cool couples that waits to find out what they were having. Clearly not those people, though we thought we could be for like a week, ha!

Instead, we’re actually those people that get the test done early, then holds the envelope up to the light 500 different ways to see if we can found out before our colorful gender reveal was even a thought.

Skillet Peach Cobbler Recipe

Skillet Peach Cobbler Recipe by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth, a top lifestyle blog in Houston, Texas

This Skillet Peach Cobbler Recipe has been my go-to dessert this month for effortless entertaining. It comes together in mere minutes and can bake in the oven during dinner. It’s also easy to prep-ahead. Make the dough in the morning and cook the peaches ahead of time. Then, when it’s almost time to have dessert, add the dough mixture to the skillet, bake and enjoy!

I, Alex, think it’s safe to say that everything is better when it’s served straight out of the oven,

Skillet Peach Cobbler Recipe by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth, a top lifestyle blog in Houston, Texas

Skillet Peach Cobbler Recipe

This Skillet Peach Cobbler Recipe has been my go-to dessert this month for effortless entertaining. It comes together in mere minutes and can bake in the oven during dinner. It’s also easy to prep-ahead. Make the dough in the morning and cook the peaches ahead of time. Then, when it’s almost time to have dessert, add the dough mixture to the skillet, bake and enjoy!

I, Alex, think it’s safe to say that everything is better when it’s served straight out of the oven,

#SUGARANDCLOTHGIVESBACK: Our Newest, Most Exciting Collaboration!!

DIY printable inspiration artwork prints by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

This post is sponsored by State Farm®.

After almost 6 years of blogging (!!), I can very thankfully say that I’ve crossed off quite a few bucket list partnerships from my list. As it turns out, there are always some surprise dream opportunities that happen to land in front of us, and our newest, most exciting collaboration this year happens to be one of them!

If you’ve been reading the blog for a while,

DIY printable inspiration artwork prints by top Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

#SUGARANDCLOTHGIVESBACK: Our Newest, Most Exciting Collaboration!!

This post is sponsored by State Farm®.

After almost 6 years of blogging (!!), I can very thankfully say that I’ve crossed off quite a few bucket list partnerships from my list. As it turns out, there are always some surprise dream opportunities that happen to land in front of us, and our newest, most exciting collaboration this year happens to be one of them!

If you’ve been reading the blog for a while,

DIY Mini Colorful Cheese Boards

DIY Mini Colorful Cheese Boards by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth, a top lifestyle blog in Houston, Texas

It seems the summer weekends are always booked with BBQs and patio hangouts, and I couldn’t be happier about it! Anything involving food and friends sounds perfect to me. 

I, Anusha, love entertaining friends and these DIY Mini Colorful Cheese Boards will definitely come in handy for all those booked weekends. The sweet mini size is great for serving an assortment of cheese, nuts and crackers for friends to nibble away. The best part is that these cheese boards are lightweight and colorful unlike concrete platters.

DIY Mini Colorful Cheese Boards by Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth, a top lifestyle blog in Houston, Texas

DIY Mini Colorful Cheese Boards

It seems the summer weekends are always booked with BBQs and patio hangouts, and I couldn’t be happier about it! Anything involving food and friends sounds perfect to me. 

I, Anusha, love entertaining friends and these DIY Mini Colorful Cheese Boards will definitely come in handy for all those booked weekends. The sweet mini size is great for serving an assortment of cheese, nuts and crackers for friends to nibble away. The best part is that these cheese boards are lightweight and colorful unlike concrete platters.