Here are some of the shots I took for the January Photo Project on the ED Forum. The session went pretty well, since it was high noon and very sunny that day--the brighter the better, I'm slowly figuring out.
But hey, it didn't hurt to ask, so I asked: "Debbie, you wouldn't consider selling me that cute shopping cart, would you?" She tilted her head, gazing at it, then said finally, "You come in some time with ten dollars, and it's yours." Well! I didn't wait for her to change her mind! I said, "I have ten dollars right now!" and we traded on the spot.
I thought it would be the perfect size for Yren, and sure enough it is. The parts even move--the back of the cart lifts forward, and the bottom rack lifts up. If I were talented at making foodstuffs with polymer clay, I'd make some to put in the cart. Maybe a big baguette, and some fruit, and a box of teensy chocolates... But since I'm all thumbs with polymer clay, we're shopping at fabric stores instead.