New Print in the Shop!

You can find it in various colors and sizes here.


Young Women Girls Camp Awards: Free Printables

In my church I am serving in the Young Women organization.  We recently went to girls camp (which was a blast!) and I was in charge of the awards.  I found this awesome post here and modified the awards just a bit.  We had 27 girls at our camp and each girl got an award.  It ended up being a lot of fun!

I am always searching out and using ideas for Young Womens off Pinterest and others' blogs.  Everyone is so generous with their ideas and creations!  I thought it was my turn to give something back.  You can print these off by clicking the images below.  I hope they help out someone who is searching for a little help with their girls camp preparations.  Of course you will need to make sure you have the matching treat to go with the award. :)


Lily's Minnie Mouse Party + Free Banner Printable

I've had good intentions to post this for, let's see...six months now?  Better late than never I guess!  For my Lily's third birthday party we decided to do a Minnie Mouse theme.  Lily loves Minnie, and since my favorite color is pink and I'm slightly obsessed with polka dots, this was a really fun party to put together!

I thought I would share the Happy Birthday banner I made as a free printable.  I just printed each page on white card stock, cut out the shapes, punched holes in the ears to string the ribbon, and hot glued the bows on.  It was super fast and easy.  Enjoy!


Somewhere Over the Rainbow + Wizard of Oz Party

I just came across this amazing Wizard of Oz themed party and had to share!  All of the little details are just incredible.  So happy my Rainbow print was able to be a part of the decor.

Party Designed by Jennifer Needham of Double the Fun Parties
Photography by Viridian Images Photography

To see the full party including sources, go here.  There are a ton more photos and details to see!


Holiday Sale!


My Girls

I had photos of the girls taken in September by the super talented Marissa Vargason and am thrilled with how they turned out!  I just love their ages right now and am very happy we were able to capture their personalities.

A Soft, Neutral Nursery

I am loving this gender neutral nursery for baby Jackson.  The combination of pale gray, white, and "vintage yellow" is perfection.

It is always a treat to see my art displayed in a beautiful nursery.  

You can view more photos and the sources on Project Nursery.

Brooke's Nursery on Apartment Therapy

Baby Brooke and her parents live in a small one bedroom apartment in New York City, so they had to get really creative when planning her nursery.  Brooke's mom explains how they did it in this Apartment Therapy article.  Amazing!

My ABC/123 prints are framed above the changing table, custom matched to her DwellStudio crib sheets.


Believe in Yourself

Believe in Yourself

New in the shop!  Available in three color schemes + a custom color option.


Ava’s Sweet Gray and Pink Nursery

And here is the other beautiful nursery I get to share with you today.  Megan from Wades of 108 designed this stunning nursery for her daughter Ava.  The combination of pink, gray and white is so elegant and feminine.  I am in love with every detail!

Megan requested custom colors for my Somewhere Over the Rainbow print, and this is what we came up with.

Somewhere Over the Rainbow with
Such a sweet space I'm sure she and her daughter will enjoy for years.  You can view all the sources for the room here.

I hope these nurseries have left you feeling as inspired as I am feeling!  If you have a nursery you would like to share on my blog, please email me at sugarfreshdesigns@gmail.com.

Scarlet's Pink + Gray Woodland Nursery

I am so excited to share two beautiful nurseries with you today!  Both of these talented mammas used pink and gray as their color scheme.  This first nursery was created by Emily for her baby girl Scarlet.  She combined pink and gray with a woodland theme.  Such an awesome idea!

I did a custom pink for the Peaceful Tree Series framed above the changing table.  I just love how she used DwellStudio's Woodland Tumble Series.

Absolutely darling!  Baby Scarlet is a lucky girl.

You can check out pink and gray nursery #2 in my next post...


Hobo Jo Collection: A Giveaway!

I am so excited to introduce you the Hobo Jo Collection!  Hobo Jo Collection is a fun, fashionable, and affordable jewelry line made from the tagua nut, which grows in South America. Tagua is:

·         an eco-friendly product
·         an alternative to animal ivory (save the elephants!)
·         making a social impact by providing jobs for South American harvesters and artisans
·         in line with current accessory/fashion trends
·         completely affordable

Isn't it so beautiful!?  I love the vibrant colors!

My dear cousin Michelle has started this new business, and has generously offered to give away this gorgeous yellow tagua bracelet here on my blog!

To enter, leave a comment that you have watched her video about tagua.  For an additional entry, leave a comment that you shared this giveaway on Facebook.
The giveaway starts now and ends September 8th.  Good luck!  (Please leave your email address so I can contact the winner). 


Also, now through September 8, Hobo Jo Collection tagua bracelets are available for $20! (Including shipping). With retail prices at $24.99 + additional shipping, this is a great deal! Additional discounts are applied with greater quantity purchases.

You can pre-order here.

Michelle Osmond Erickson

To learn more about Michelle and Hobo Jo Collection, check out this article.  Also, Michelle has a fabulous blog, Bumbleberry Lane, that you must check out.  She posts awesome ideas and recipes, and she will always leave you feeling inspired!

Sugar Fresh + Cresthaven Model Home

So....I have been a bit absent from the blog lately.  I guess I'm still adjusting to the demands of a baby, keeping up with my now three year old Lily and maintaining the shop.  I just wanted to post a few photos of my prints that were used in one of Kirsten's latest projects, the Cresthaven model home.  I love love love how Kirsten decorated this home.  She had to work within a tight budget and I think she did a fabulous job! You can check out the rest of the home here.

Photos by Jylare Smith
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