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Mother’s Day

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I had the great honor of gifting 22 celebrity mother’s this Mother’s Day, through The Artisan Group. These celebrity mom’s included Alicia Keys, Amanda Peet, Ashley Rosenbaum, Bethany Hamilton, Beverly Mitchell, Carrie Underwood, Casey Wilson, Emily Deschanel, Isla Fisher, Jaime King, Jessica Paré, Kelly Rowland, Kristen Bell, Lena Headey, Lindsay Price, Milla Jovovich, Rachael Leigh Cook, Shakira, Tamera Housley, Vanessa Carlton, Vanessa Lachey and Zoe Saldana. I made each of them a trendy diaper clutch with matching loop cord pacifier clip. Some of the pacifier clips were even personalized with the baby’s name. Check it out at my etsy site!

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Can you believe it’s only 71 days until Christmas? That’s less than three months away! I know it seems so far away to start thinking about shopping for Christmas but before you know it, it’ll be right at your doorstep. Since I’ve given you the heads up, why not buy handmade this holiday season. You can help support small businesses, like myself and the other awesome artisan’s from The Artisan Group! Here is the 2014 Annual Holiday Gift Guide! Happy shopping everybody!

Gifting to the members of the Press at the MTV Movie Awards

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We are pleased to announce Sugar Rush Creative, in association with The Artisan Group®, will participate in an invitation-only luxury celebrity gift lounge hosted by GBK Productions on April 11-12, 2014 at an exclusive location in Beverly Hills, California, in honor of The 2014 MTV Movie Awards Nominees and Presenters.

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Our Hand Pleated Make-Up Bags with Key Fobs will be gifted to select members of the press and media at The Artisan Group’s exhibit. This event will be attended by nearly fifty media outlets.

 

To learn more about Sugar Rush Creative and our products, or our participation in this exclusive event, visit our Etsy Shop or contact me via email.

Baby Nguyen Quilt

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The hubby and I have been in the  process of adopting a baby girl from the Republic of Moldova, which we started in August 2012. As we continue to move forward with our paperwork, I slowly become more and more anxious. As I was cleaning my office one day, I realized that I have a lot of scrap fabric. I thought to myself, “what can I do with all this fabric?” I decided to make a quilt for our baby. I have never talked a project this large but I was ready for the challenge. I quickly found tutorials online to help me but I ended up using this tutorial from Fiskars. It seemed like a good beginner quilt project. I pulled out fabrics from when I first started to sew to ones that I recently used. One fabric that I choose was a corduroy from the first bag I ever made. Others include different prints with yellow being the main color. I choose yellow because it’s one of my favorite colors as well as my late mother.

 

 

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After cutting all the fabric squares and laying out a pattern, I started sewing the pieces together. I tried to be as precise as possible but the lines didn’t always lined up. It’s not the most perfect quilt ever made but I love it. I can’t wait for our baby girl to cuddle up with it.

 

When our paperwork is finally processed and we’re matched up, I plan on making another quilt, with fabrics purchased from Moldova. That way, she’ll have a quilt from her old home and one from her new home.