For the 5th Street window I painted a big Don Draper silhouette onto a roll of paper,
cut it out, ironed it (it got rumply from the paint), and taped it to the inside of the glass. (I supposed I could have just painted the silhouette directly on the glass but I was in improvisation mode...)
For the Diamond Street window I made a giant stencil--
Drawn freehand (woopsie on that right leg--)
spray-painted onto a white sheet,
and hung on a rod.
It was worth the extra effort -- more window compliments are rolling in than ever before (including props on my favorite local blog),
and all I have to do for the next several weeks is rotate some fun mid-60s dresses on the dress forms.
I'm guessing I won't have to answer one of the many questions I am getting tired of ... "Have you seen that show Mad Men?"