This is a great inexpensive way to display your merchandise in your booth, online, or brick and mortar store.
Or to display your jewelry in your store or at home
Have you guessed what I used?
The back of a picture frame. You can find a picture frame at any thrift store for a dollar. Toss out the frame and use the back.
Once again I copied fabric and then ran the paper through my printer and printed a graphic from Graphics Fairy
I Mod Podged the paper on to the picture board
Then used my fingernail scissors to poke holes, through the board.
I used brads
And pushed them through the back of the board
I have always used vintage playing cards to display jewelry and buttons. My 70's fondue fork makes the perfect holes.
I use jewelry wire to attach buttons
So there you have it, ready for my booth at Orange Tree. I think an attractive display always helps sell the product.
I just wanted to say thank you for making blogging so darn fun because I get feedback on the smallest of projects.
Everything I blog about is stuff I am doing anyway, then I stop and think...Would people find this helpful or interesting?
I am so often surprised that things I think are barely blog-worthy get the most interest!
For instance, the dress form I covered
I thought it turned out kind of cute and maybe people would be interested. After I posted, Mod Podge Rocks put the link on their Face Book page and I had over 2000 hits to this little blog in about 4 hours!
Silly me, I went to the display store the next day to pick up a couple forms and the clerk looked at me like I had two heads. I said "Let me guess, you're sold out" He said "How did you know" so, I told him about the blog. He said we have had people ordering them 10 and 20 at a time! Hum, maybe I should have picked a couple up before I blogged about it LOL! They'll will be back in stock in 2 weeks.
So, thank you! You have so enriched my life, filled my head with ideas, and made me feel that the most mundane of projects were a really big deal!
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