Seasonal Window Displays

From sketches….

Two rectangular pieces of paper sit on a wood background. They are both sketched with loose pencil drawings of autumnal and wintery window displays for The Palace Library bookstore.

….to window displays!

The front window of The Palace Library is visible. An autumnal display is visible, with a tree trunk, falling leaves, and the text 'fall into a book'.

But we do need to take down the autumn window display (that I totally made back in March and forgot to post, shh), and put up the winter one.

The front window of The Palace Library is visible. A wintery display is in the window, depicting a small scene around a fireplace. Above the fireplace (in which a fire burns) is a piece of 'art' that says 'Cold? Grab a warm book!'. Part of a window to a dark blue snowy exterior is visible on each side of the artwork.

Next step: fill it with some good books….

Sarah stands beside The Palace Library's front window, looking at it. The window has the wintery display with a fireplace and the text 'Cold? Grab a warm book!' above it. Three books sit on the mantlepiece of the fireplace, and two more are on the floor on either side of the fire.

That seems a pretty good selection!

Sarah stands beside The Palace Library's front window, which has a wintery display inside. She smiles at the camera, hands tucked into her coat pockets, and scarf wrapped around her neck.

Now let’s go back inside, it’s too cold to be out here for long!

I think we need some more recent releases in the displays – I shall get onto that in the next batch of mini books I make.

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic

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