Window Reveal

The window is revealed.
What fun this was.  I used
some lovely papers from Bella Bella
to collage the tags.
Overstamped with a floral stamp from
Hero Arts and hung acrylic teardrops
from 7 Gypsies.

Jay has used zapfino for his typeface on the store
name and stationary so I used it to name
some of the floral oils and collaged those
on to the tags too. 
Lots of gold ribbon and a pale blue
to pick up the store colors and the sunshine
glinting through the chrystals brought sunshine
through the window and I can’t wait to see them
twinkle at night.
 
 Got a great shot of the Prudential Center reflected in
the window.
 
 
Recycled packing cartons, and the Bella Bella papers
along with some gold leaf pen and glimmer mist
and those blue chrystal bottles complete the effect.
 
I was pleased to see that the gardens we planted
in September still looked good.
A fun day with son at his shop Essence.

5 Responses to “Window Reveal”

  1. Kim Mailhot November 4, 2009 at 1:14 am #

    Wonderful display, Mom ! Sure to attract the eye of customers and passersby.

  2. angel November 4, 2009 at 2:57 pm #

    Corrine –
    I am on my way to catching up…with you, with blog land, with art…with life. I just finally was able to refresh your blog and somehow I missed the last 5-6 posts everytime I visited. My heart goes out to you on Blossom…so precious. And I love your window displays and I totally get your mama pride! Can't wait to see the website for all of the goodies your son has! xoxo

  3. eb November 7, 2009 at 1:38 am #

    oh Corrine!
    such beautiful displays and photos
    G O R G E O U S
    and I soooooooooo love essential oils
    lucky you to BE mama to a scent-u-all son…

    xox – eb.

  4. ArtPropelled November 9, 2009 at 2:44 pm #

    How wonderful! I love what you have done with this window display and the photographs of the reflections in the window are beautiful.

  5. Leslie Avon Miller November 10, 2009 at 4:40 am #

    I love these tags all hung together – what a lovely attractive display. Now I want to do that somewhere here at home too!

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