The much anticipated reprint of the Erin Michael for Moda, Lush, Paint by Number Deer Sky fabric has hit the shelves and we are giving away a yard of it to one of you today! It’s definitely been a lovely and warm summer, but this fabric makes me excited for fall. What do you think you’d want to make with this fabric? I think I’d love to line a Birthday in a Suitcase with it for one of my traveler friends.
To enter for a chance to win one yard of Erin Michael for Moda, Lush, Paint by Number Deer Sky tell us how you would like to use this fabric to make a gift for a friend or family member. Tweet, Stumble, or share on Facebook and leave another comment letting us know. Come back every day for new entries. We’ll randomly select a winner and announce right here next Friday.
Find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…
Jessica from Cymbidium Floral recently surprised me with these stunning photos of the nursery she has designed for her brand new baby girl, Ella Sage, using my Texas Modern fabric for the curtains and in the quilt along with other pretty coral prints. I love the big impact Texas Modern Sunsets makes on the curtains. Everything about this room is lovely. The turquoise accents and the neutral walls complete the color palette perfectly!
I wish that I lived in New Hampshire just so I could fill my home with Jessica’s stunning floral arrangements. As you can see, she has quite an eye for design. Thanks for sharing Jessica! If you have used Texas Modern from Spoonflower in any of your projects, please share them with us, it’s such a treat to see what you make!
The winner of the Monsters University Party Pack is…
Congrats! You can expect an email from us within the week.
Throw your own Monsters University Party with Jacinda’s complete of Monsters University DIYs.
We started our Neon & Nude series last week with the fun Neon & Nude Nail Art Tutorial. Have you tried it yet? This week we are sharing a quick and easy neonified makeover you can do to pretty much any pair of shoes. The tricky thing about painting the rubber on your shoes is keeping the paint on after a while. With a helpful little sealer (you might already have at home) it shouldn’t be problem. I’ve been wearing mine and they still look as good as new.
Gather these supplies and let’s get started on the DIY Neon & Nude Shoes tutorial after the jump…