Here is the little shop on its own from the front.
Then round to the side.
And a peek into the insides. I wanted the front door to look like it was glass so I popped out the middles of both the inside and outside door pieces. Lots of beautiful vases and pots for sale on the shelves. I also changed the floor paper to the black and white tile that I am so fond of.
I then built the flower shelves and decided to paint them black in the pretence that they are very old and possibly cast iron!
The counter I painted white. The wall planters are up on the walls and full of plants.
Here is the flower shelf full of flowers in pots of water ready to buy.
As I always seem to forget to add something for scale I popped my ring off and placed it next to the stand so you can see.
Again for scale here is the shop counter on an English ten pence piece. There is a little till, a few pots and of course pretty paper for wrapping around the bunches of flowers.
Here is the shop full of flowers and plants. Seeing as its going to be such a lovely day I have put some flower pots out onto the back pavement too.
The finished counter and till in the shop.
I thought a nice comfy cushion was needed on the rocking chair.
Flowers of all sorts of sizes and colours are for sale.
Now for the outside. There is a lovely old creeper growing up the left hand wall, and of course more flowers for sale outside the front on the pavement.
I love peeping in through the window and seeing a glimpse of the black and white floor.
There are three unpainted gaps on the pavement (which I haven't shown you) that are waiting for the other three buildings. So at some point I will be adding the bakers, the cafe and the Bed and Breakfast to the street and of course some trees.