Shopkeeping ---New things on display!

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Finally after so many requests "our bird"
is now available, in two sizes. You now can
adorn a favorite mirror or your front door!
We both have these on our doors at home, lots of fun!
Gold decal. Tutorial coming soon on
how to adhere this.
Chirp, chirp~
{will be uploaded soon!}

"Non & Oui" petite token.
Now offering the Non charm!
The "oui" charm would be darling on top
of a wedding cake, with ribbon strung through it.
Couples names could be engraved on back with the date!
{it's uploaded!}

Background picture from Martha Stewart's
Wedding Cakes book.
{it's uploaded!}

Ahhh, amour my dear friends.
This sweet petite token is
1" in diameter. Hole for hanging. Every charm bracelet needs this!
Darling on top of a wedding gift.
{it's uploaded!}

A sweetie!
{it's uploaded!}

Our Airedale button... we bought the rest
of this vintage stock out and will be
separating the oui charm from the Airedale
button on our e-commerce.

Setter dog petite token.
{it's uploaded!}

Ram's head petite token, for your paper projects,
tie on gifts and of course you favorite charm bracelet
{it's uploaded!}

Packaged up treat trays.
"peek inside"
New Displays
Full of ribbon, linens & fleurs

Crepe paper baskets and a medley
of products sit on a turquoise chest.

Strawberry picking, really fresh finds!
Lots of freezer jam & strawberry syrup
{ask darcy about the syrup!}
****Also, don't forget to celebrate the arrival of summer with our contest
on the previous post. Click here to enter!
K&D

6 comments:

Kasey said...

love the bird, would look fab on my front door!
k-

Lisa said...

Going berry picking today, so I'm asking: Darcy, tell me about the strawberry syrup!

Vicki K said...

Thank you for all the picture updates - does Greenville know what you are doing for their tourism trade? My sister-in-law from Alaska and I are trying to build McM&S into our next girls' trip.

Jill Elaine said...

Looks wonderful! I really need to come over again it looks like! I love the look of the round baskets in the background of the shot of birds of a feathers treat cups. What are they and what size are they???
Jill

Anonymous said...

hi- your new blog and offerings are
as sweet and rosy as jars of jam!!!

Teresa said...

Love the little tokens-
I can think of several fun things to do with them- thanks for all the fabulous pictures-