Get ready for a gigantic overdose of candy colours and sugar! Today’s post is all about the marvellous sugar*sugar who sadly, no longer posts images or blog posts! I thought a little appreciation sent over her direction may rekindle a little sugary spark ^_^
I do love looking inside peoples craft cupboards to see all the bits and pieces! All of these colours are absolutely marvellous. This was a skinny wardrobe with those little hanging drawer sectors. I like that crochet hanger!
Ok, so I need some ceramic cake stands and an ice cream cone pencil pot. I should probably start like a wish list shouldn’t i!? That would be a great idea.
All of these things are on the list! I have some mint crepe paper but I LOVE the idea of using contrasting pink thread from the sewing machine. I also don’t have the patience to cut the trim like that. I wish I did! Bring the shop back!!!
I love everything in this image but I’ve spied some beautiful, pink, mercury beads that I MUST have! I love them!!!
This is just a feast for the eyes! Is that pink muffin pan silicone? It’s quite hard to see in the images. I do spy some lovely art by the beautiful Jenny Holiday from Everyday is a holiday, previously Jenny’s bake shop!
Everyone paint your dolly pegs!
More views on all the lovely craft storage in this room. I need to get some more boxes and organise my own space.
This big dresser was a DIY project that was executed perfectly! The vintage wallpaper patchwork was a fabulous job. Since I originally saw these images I’ve been on the hunt for a lovely vintage pink jewellery box with drawers!
I really like those shelves with the ribbon storage underneath… can anyone tell me where I can find one?
Fabulous spotty spools! When did Martha Stewart stop making aqua punches?!?!?
What is that three tier hanging thingy? I want one!
This little scrappy, embroidery piece of art work is beautiful and I love that piece of lace! I feel so inspired when I see these images. I want it all for myself!
These are lovely bundles of vintage fabric that used to be for sale on the sugar sugar shop. They’re so beautiful.
This little image is a sneak peek into when the DIY dresser project was in full swing, with the back panel being wallpapered with scrappy pieces of vintage wallpaper.
This was a lucky yard sale find and I’m incredibly jealous!
This is an even better view of the little pink jewellery box I’ve been lusting after!