I'm not sure how this trend started, but it seems like mustaches are all over the place these days. One of my favorite children's design blogs ohdeedoh put together a cute little collection featuring Mister Numbers. Check it out here.
Head over to Kirsten Krason's blog, 6th Street Design School, before September 27th to enter to win one 8x10 and one 5x7 from my shop. While you're there, peruse her beautiful blog and be inspired by her amazing talent as an interior designer. A big thanks to Kirsten for hosting a giveaway for Sugar Fresh! ♥
My prints will soon be available for sale at Covet in Arlington, Virginia
Covet is a hip art boutique specializing in local artists creating unique jewelry, one on a kind furniture finds, handmade bags and trendy accessories. Covet also exhibits modern, whimsical sometimes edgy artwork by local and national artists.
I love love love organizing and de-cluttering. I think it's fun to clean out old items to make room for the new. I am not the type of person who gets attached to things like clothes or shoes, so when I feel like it's time to get rid of something, I toss it in a bag for goodwill and move on. And I enjoy it, too. I came upon this list at Young House Love and think it's a good rule of thumb to keep in mind when organizing your closet. I definitely need to work on a few of these:
If you’re unsure about a big ticket item, put it on hold for 24 hours and think it over.
Don’t buy anything that doesn’t flatter you or isn’t comfortable, no matter how of-the-moment it is.
If you have to talk yourself into a purchase in the dressing room, pass on it.
If there’s nothing in your closet to wear with it, skip it.
Never purchase something just because it looks good on someone else.
Don’t save a pair of jeans for that anticipated five-pound weight loss. Owning them is bad for your psyche. If the time comes when you drop a size, chances are you won’t hesitate to run out and buy a new pair.
If a stain didn’t come out at the cleaners or when you toiled over it in the sink it’s permanent. Time to let it go.
Don't buy anything on sale that you wouldn't consider at full price.
If we kept every item of clothing with a memory attached, we’d be buried in clothes.
Ask yourself if each item of clothing in your closet: 1) flatters your shape, 2) fits perfectly or is fixable, 3) is the right color for you, 4) has been worn in the last two years – only things that get four yesses should stay.