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Behind the Scenes: Fall 2012 Good Things

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We had some good things in our Good Things story from the fall 2012 issue. Below you'll see a small gallery of behind the scenes from the shoot. Did you have a favorite idea from the story?

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This is us figuring out which ribbons, bow styles, and order to use.

1 This is us figuring out which ribbons, bow styles, and order to use.

Some of the materials for making the bow belts.

2 Some of the materials for making the bow belts.

Our tissue poms, mid-installation.

3 Our tissue poms, mid-installation.

The opening shot starts coming to life. That's Erin Furey in the background, decorating the table.

4 The opening shot starts coming to life. That's Erin Furey in the background, decorating the table.

Of course we had to taste the cake. It was the perfect afternoon snack.

5 Of course we had to taste the cake. It was the perfect afternoon snack.

This cake by Love Street Cakes tasted as good as it looked.

6 This cake by Love Street Cakes tasted as good as it looked.

All of the leaves from Andie's Specialty Sweets. They were so delicate and realistic.

7 All of the leaves from Andie's Specialty Sweets. They were so delicate and realistic.

The buttons arrived vacuum-sealed.

8 The buttons arrived vacuum-sealed.

A close-up of the lollipop.

9 A close-up of the lollipop.

I loved the way the light shined on the tulle poms.

10 I loved the way the light shined on the tulle poms.

Here, the afternoon light making the poms moody before we added them to the door frame.

11 Here, the afternoon light making the poms moody before we added them to the door frame.

Our photographer, Bryan Gardner (right) checking out the light on our latest shot.

12 Our photographer, Bryan Gardner (right) checking out the light on our latest shot.

A bunch of luminarias waiting in the wings.

13 A bunch of luminarias waiting in the wings.

Polaroids from the shoot.

14 Polaroids from the shoot.

Here's Genevieve, our art director, with an alternate version of the chip clip stand. This thing was tall!

15 Here's Genevieve, our art director, with an alternate version of the chip clip stand. This thing was tall!

A close-up of the cookie bags, which were made with a rubber stamp from Stampworx2000. Easy and cute!

16 A close-up of the cookie bags, which were made with a rubber stamp from Stampworx2000. Easy and cute!

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