Ta Da!! I have such a wonderful husband, I told him what I wanted built and he built it, just like the picture in my head.
Now it's all decorated.
When we had our shop open, our son Tanner had his own retro candy business, that did well I must say. He liked having his own business, so we didn't want him to lose out just because our store wasn,t going to make it through this economy. A friend of ours had a small shop down town in the town we live in. We rented a space from her to sell his candies. He was doing so well Jim had to build a large cabinet to hold more candy. We added some country home decor to give the space a home like feel.
After just a couple short months Tanner is on a profit level with his business. We help Tanner manage his monies from his booming candy businesss. First he takes 10% and gives to God in his tithes, next he puts money back for reorders, about 10% goes in his pocket ( he's happy with that amount for right now) , the rest of the money goes in his savings account. He has ALOT of money saved from his business. He is saving up to get a Ford Mustang when he's old enough to drive. Tanner has wanted a Ford Mustang for about 4 years now and he's only 11. He knows what he wants and he has never wavered from that.
I'm so proud of my little Entrepreneur.