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!


Kasey said...

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

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???

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-