I'm in awe over these girls beauty! Not only are they beautiful outside, they too, are stunningly beautiful inside. Be on the look out, as I'll be sharing their beauty throughout Bittersweet advertising and marketing.
My friend Laura from Water Street Photographers has a keen eye. I'm honored she asked to shoot Bittersweet Apothecary Shop.
I'm starting to smell fall. My morning walks are dipped in early signs. A few sparse aburn leaves have fallen from the Maple trees, just a few, and the cool crisp mornings have a certain autumn aura that surrounds their misty air. Love it!
I'm always busy with Bittersweet, but this particular time of year is soap production time. Soap, soap, and more soap is the motto. Peppermint, Cinnamon, and Vanilla stream lines through the studio.
New fall scarfs and straw flowers and Star Anise scented soaps line the apothecary shelves.
The soap cubby is almost filled to capacity. I love this old piece. It's an old boarding house mail holder. I think it's oak, because it is super heavy! It's been transformed into a soap merchandising tool. When the old oak mail slots are filled, they fall from the other side as customers pick their favorites. It's a common sound of soap bars hitting the old wood floor, when the old rack is full.
Hydrangea happiness, no matter what time of year it is. In fact, I'm going to use the paper like blooms to decorate the shop for the holidays. Appreciation for the bounty crop this year and my admiration for the humble flower.
Peace in the world.