Friday, May 11, 2012

May Window







































Looking back through my pictures caused me to realize that I forgot to show you the May window at the cafe that I completed last week.








































I went with a vintage bridal theme using some dresses from my collection.  I made tons of paper flowers to hang on the pretty eyelet paper lanterns as well as from ribbons and even on the sash of the bridal gown.








































I stitched up some fabric cupcakes from one of the "Tilda" books that I have.  The blue glass cake stand is very old and one of my recent finds.








































I'm certainly having a good time decorating the window each month.  Happy Friday!


Smiles,

11 comments:

  1. Renne, it is beautiful!! Love all the gorgeous vintage dresses, and pretty flowers! I would love to decorate a window display each month! Such fun!! Great job!! xo Heather

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  2. Such a cute window Rene. You are such a creative person. I love the dresses.

    xo,
    Danielle

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  3. Very nice! I'll bet everyone watches for the new theme each month! :-)

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  4. Once again-
    Absolutely Gorgeous & Special!

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  5. Oh how pretty Renee! Wish we could meet for coffee. :0)

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  6. Reminds me of the bulletin boards I used to do at the church only way more fun...beautiful work ...Happy Mother's Day...smiles...Renee

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  7. Definitely draws a body in! Memories of a simpler day/slower paced times. Dreaminess! A longing I hear expressed quite a bit! Lovely post....hugs....

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  8. Wow, what a beautiful window! You certainly are creative! I love the way you decorated it. I love the second picture! Great job on it Renee!

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  9. That looks wonderful, I bet it's fun!

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  10. I love seeing the windows each month! This one is so cute!

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  11. You did such a great job! It looks so inviting and feminine, you are one talented lady!

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