I love that picture! Wouldn't those jars look beautiful on a bathroom counter or bedroom dresser? And how simple too. This project was created and photographed by the ever-so-talented Mallory Francks, a photographer in Salt Lake City, Utah.
We just started shipping CHA orders, with the Show Toppers, to stores yesterday, so just how did Malloy get these lids to create this project? Before I tell you, let me ask, "What would you do if your child left a half eaten popsicle in your bed?" and "What would you do if you're sister discovered it just as you were asking her a favor?"
When my sweet sister, Becky, found the popsicle. She sighed really loudly and in an exhaspirated voice said something to the effect of, "why can't they just eat their popsicles like normal children?"
Here's what I did, "Oh no! Hey, don't worry about doing anything."
I had just been talking with her about taking some pretty photos (she's a photographer) of our new jar lids for me, but it would take a heartless woman to ask a favor at a moment like that!
So, Becky sent the Show Toppers over to Mallory and the rest is lovely, beautiful history!
Mallory says she has lots more images from the shoot, but I was too excited to wait. I hope to share them with you when she gets them all ready to upload. In the meantime, check out the beautiful portraits on her site... the baby link in the left sidebar is my favorite. Wow! I wish I had photos like those of my kids!