Most of the stencils I used were ones I purchased at Michael's and Joann's and were very inexpensive. They are the 1/2 inch to 1 1/2 inch variety of letters.
For the circles and the ovals I used a box lid and some bowls and traced around them. I filled in with some rubber stamps to embellish the crown a little bit and to dress up the ovals on the sides.
I had my husband replace the dated stained glass with small scale poultry wire I had on hand already.
I kept all the wording the same as my original inspiration image.
Lombart is a real chocolate shop in France.
I loved the small scale details of this cute little desk. It is about 20 inches wide.
Who doesn't love a little chocolate?
Here is the link to this fabulous graphic. Chocolate Label
And here is what I started with. Big difference, don't you think? Thanks for hanging in there. I know this post was picture heavy. Have a great day!
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