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d*s book: final call for submissions

by Grace Bonney

the d*s team and i are hard at work pulling together our very first design*sponge book and are looking for a few NEW entries to round things out. we’ve got more homes than we can shake a stick at (thank you!) but we’d love to add some new before & afters to the mix! we’ve chosen our favorites from the archives, but are looking for great new projects to publish. so, if you’ve got a project that will be finished by the last week in october please shoot me an email with your images RIGHT HERE. we’re excited to see before & afters at all levels, from refinishing projects to gut renos. i can’t wait to see all your hard work in print!

*we also have a few spots left for new diy projects, so feel free to email any home-related diy projects as well!

i also wanted to post these cute new ceramic pharmacy bottles from pigeon toe ceramics– the studio choo gals mentioned them in their post for today and i couldn’t resist. click here for more info and to order ($22-$26 each).

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