I’ve been playing around with geometric metal shapes that I found on Etsy recently, and rather than making some kind of statement jewelry with them, I decided to make something pretty for my walls. I came up with this cool brass + cotton flossing wall hanging. A little bit boho and a little bit modern, it pairs beautifully with a mixed art grouping or on its own in a small nook area, and it’s one of my favorite things I’ve made in a while. Check out the full DIY tutorial I did for Sugar & Cloth!
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Though I’m not exactly a boho style girl through and through, I am inspired by certain elements, like the easy, laid back, seemingly effortless style that is quintessential “bohemian.” Lately on Pinterest, I’ve been noticing walls draped in fabric and decided to put my own spin on the trend in the form of a fabric flag, which introduces the drapey fabric idea, but in a more creative, quirky, and perhaps a bit Frenchier way, as opposed to straight up boho. In case you’re looking to give your walls an update for Spring, my tutorial on how to make this baby is up over at Sugar & Cloth!
Ah, behold the latent design power of the throw pillow. AKA soft little squares (or in this case, circles) of goodness that can single-handedly change the feeling or direction of a room, spark conversation, or soften an otherwise uninviting chair or nook. Yes folks, they’re magic when it comes to interior decor which is why they’re the easy answer to updating your space just enough to cure the restless, “I’m sick of my house” cabin fever that inevitably sets in this time of year.
Does anyone else inherently think “toddler” when they hear the word seersucker? Either that or a dapper men’s summer suit. Either way, I’m here to change any preconceived notions that may come to mind with these 3-step seersucker tea towels which make a fresh and colorful addition to any kitchen. And when I say there are three steps involved in making these, I’m not fooling: CUT, APPLY BINDING, & SEW. Trust me, you got this!
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Looking for more fun DIY projects? Check out other tutorials I’ve created for Sugar & Cloth here!
If you’re still in need of some last minute entertaining ideas for Christmas, or even New Years, for that matter, pull up a seat because you’re in the right place! Recently, I created these oh-so-cute and quick candy ribbon place cards for
We’re well into November which for me means (happily) starting to prepare for the Holiday shenanigans of Thanksgiving and Christmas. The cheese plate is probably
The carefree days of summer are fleeting and for many that means school is quickly approaching. ‘Back to School’ was always a bittersweet time. Was it for anyone else as well? In many ways it meant new beginnings and exciting challenges and
I recently signed on to contribute for Sugar & Cloth–one of my all time favorite DIY blogs! Ashley, the creative genius behind S&C, is a fountain of inspiration with impeccable style, so naturally I was thrilled to be apart