16 April 2012

More Craft Fair Ideas

Happy Monday Lovelies! 

One of the most popular posts on blah to TADA! is my craft fair and jewelry display ideas.

This bangle and necklace rack is made of 
tissue paper and paper towel rolls! 

This rack for earrings is made of cardboard and paint. 

If you're an entrepreneur selling your wares at fairs or an organization nut who needs inexpensive ideas to keep jewelry, you can definitely use these.

I have a few more ideas up my sleeve, beginning with this one:

blah: cardboard boxes saved from the pantry

Cut the boxes into squares or rectangles, cover them in pages from an old book or gift wrap scraps, and curve the corners with scissors or a craft punch.

Make some holes with a hole punch, then use these as cardboard backing for the accessories you'll be selling.

Such as brooches or flower pins...

Or earrings...

Also these dainty hair clips.

They can be used for necklaces or bracelets, too.
{Just cut a slit above the hole}

Note: I didn't open a shop; this label is for
demonstration purposes only
It's TADA! to add the name of your shop.

Note: I didn't open a shop; this label is for
demonstration purposes only
And it's even more TADA! to add your website, contact information and write the item's price so it's easy for both you and the customer.

I've got more suggestions and I invite you to visit all this week. It's a date? See you tomorrow!


10 comments:

  1. Awesome ideas, and perfect timing for me! This Friday I'll be doing a creative reuse-themed craft show -- makes sense to use recycled materials for the displays, too! :)

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  2. Thank you Sarah! Good luck with the craft show! :)

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  3. Thank you! -Peace Corps Volunteer, Republic of Moldova

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  4. Thanks from Peace Corps Moldova!

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  5. Hi Kate! Thanks for visiting! :)

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  6. Blah: You Rock!!! I'm using these for MY jewelry business!

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  7. Blah: You Rock!!! I'm using these for MY jewelry business!

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