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Friday, January 28, 2011

Sweet Candy Display!

We've had a ton of events we've been working on lately, so I wanted to share a recent piece we made. The young women in our church needed a sweet shop display for an activity, so here's what we designed...This is just a big antique window that I picked up at Qcumberz (29.00) and Mr. Right built a box around it. Here's a closer picture...
The awning is just a piece of fabric. We traced circles along the bottom and then just cut the bottom half of the circles to create the scalloped edge.
In this next picture I pulled up the "awning" so you can see how the antique window fits in the box...
The pink background is just a piece of butcher paper taped on.
Last year I did a "Sweet Baby Girl" shower for Laura, so we were able to re-use some of those decorations as well.
I love using my tierd table to display cupcakes...
This was such a fun event! For those who like the details, the font we used on the window is a free download called JFFerrule. We'll be using this candy window at several events we have coming up including a wedding, bake sale and birthday party- all we have to do is switch out the awning fabric and the paper on back to make it a custom piece. Let me know what you think. Love, Kelly.
Linking Up To:
Funky Junk Interiors: Sat Nite Special


  1. You are both so stinkin talented. I envy how you a manage to squeeze in the things you love to do. With six going on seven children I often feel like all I ever accomplish is busywork such as driving and cleaning. Keep up the great work you are very inspirational.