What do you get when you add Vintage, Antiques from Penny Lane, 8th grade girls, Dream Garden Woodworks Bistro Table Set and great clothes from Foxxy Brown’s? oh! and daisies and a field with a barn.
You get a photoshoot!!! My first experience as a Prop Stylist!! I’ll be posting all week with a few gems from all the great images photographed by Corlana at Lana Jenae Photography.
So, stay tuned this week, you don’t want to miss out on this!! See additional info. on my Freelance Stylist page.
Just practising my food photography by a lovely window, of course!
I love my dining table as a background for just about anything. You gotta love a barnwood table!!This berry pie recipe is amazing!
Well, I’m at it again. The bloomin buds this time of year are amazing and I decided to practise some simple tips I’d learned on Pinterest…So, (above) I used a sun lounger folded as the backdrop (because it had an interesting pattern.) Not shown, I used a white board propped with clips to reflect the light. I think it helped!
Here, my peony bouquet is displayed with a plaid blanket as a background (it is draped over a box.)
If you have been to Country Cottage Living before, you have probably seen my Next Cruiser Bike in a picture (purchased at Walmart over 5 years ago). I’ve put lilacs in the basket, mums in the basket, primroses, and a big red Christmas Bow. I like Cruiser Bike Photos!
I found my Cruiser Bike Basket at a Junk Store in Bow, WA. I sewed a burlap lining for it. The roses are re-purposed from an abandoned lot.
I love to ride the bike too!
I rode to cut these roses and I got a couple “double looks” on my way home with a gorgeous basket full of Roses.
As you can see, the handlebars are a little rusty. I store my bike on our cute front porch and the weather does affect it a little. But it adds a lot of charm to my front yard “appeal.” Cottage Living Appeal
Hope you’ve enjoyed this episode of “Cruiser Bike Photos!”