The only items that I purchased for these window boxes are the faux berries, which are from Hobby Lobby. It’s amazing what you can create with evergreen, sticks, birch logs and pine cones. Mother Nature has created the perfect decorations, so why not use them?
I couldn’t decide if I wanted an evergreen wreath or a vintage sheet music wreath above the mantel, so I used both together. Why not? I think it actually turned out all right. I added some vintage picture frames, books, lighted evergreen garland, more pine cones and a few more faux berries to finish it off, but again, kept it simple.
|The evergreen tree is meant to be a magical surprise you’ve stumbled upon in the middle of the forest.|
The daytime photos weren’t turning out that well because of the reflection in the window, so I decided to return at night to try again.
One of Andrew’s best sellers is a canvas wrapped “Love” print with a picture of the State of Wisconsin for the “O”. I suggested we do a similar one and use the word “Home”. Together we designed the canvases below that now hang in the corner storefront window of his gallery.
|“Home” “for the holidays”|
I’d like to give a HUGE THANK YOU to Danielle for believing in me and for asking me to return again this year AND for referring me to another client. I never did get that chair from you, but I gained so much more that day I stopped in front of your store: a wonderful friend!!
Thank you, also, to Andrew for trusting Danielle enough to give me a shot. I had such a great time working with you and I’m really looking forward to working on future projects with you!
Thank you for reading!