October 17, 2013

Altered Wooden Jewelry Trays, Bags And Boxes

The Fancy Flea is right around the corner November 2.  I am partnering with Barr Display and we have been busy deciding which products to bring from their huge Orlando show room.  When I saw these stackable wooden display trays I knew they had to come with us.


These unfinished wooden trays have 15 compartments...Of course I had to do a little something with one, I couldn't leave it unfinished.....I sprayed it with a blue paint


Then added a water slide decal and used a rubber stamp to add the bird.  They could also be stenciled


These would be perfect for keeping jewelry in your dresser drawer.  Or for displaying jewelry in your booth or store


And great to use in your craft room for keeping treasured bits and pieces 

The unfinished boxes are $4.95 and will be available at the Fancy Flea and Barr Display 800-222-2702


While shopping the Candy Store (Barr Display) I spied a couple of other things we could bring to the flea

Gift boxes, perfect since the holidays are right around the corner




And organza bags




......Hang tight....There is more to show you
  
Happy Creating!
Carol

31 comments:

Fabiana Strehlow said...

Muito boa ideia!
Gostei!!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The trays would be so much fun for so many things. I would put seashells in mine! Love the blue! I know you're excited about the festival! Hugs!

NanaDiana said...

Cute boxes. I love the color and the stenciling on the blue one. Can't wait to see more! xo Diana

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Pretty trays. What a nice way to stay organized and be attractive in doing it! Nancy

Shabby chic Sandy said...

The trays look great--helpful for organizing. After living in this house for almost 3 years I am really needing to re-organize!

Createology said...

Lovely trays. I have perused Barr's site so many times and still missed these. You really bring things uptown dear. Blissfully Creative...

Kathy said...

These would make great shadowboxes and I like how you embellished them.

Blessed Serendipity said...

Just darling - I could imagine these hung on the wall too!

Danielle

A Paris Flea said...

These are great, love how you fancied it up. Several ideas spinning around in the old head...thanks for the jump start!
happiness~~~Mickie

Debbie said...

I just checked the link for Barr, and I am too stupid to figure out what they would be called. I would like to order one. I have very little jewelry (I spend my bling money on dishes...) but I am getting more lately and need new storage. It looks like they would hold a chunky necklace in a compartment.

MY SHABBY FRENCH LIFE said...

You know Carol ? Your blog is like a gold mine ! Always something to go back with ! I never thought to use my rubber stamps on my shadow boxes ! Now I'll do thanks to you... I love to come her you know !
Thank you soooooo much

xoxo from Paris where we have a nice fall time (I'm going to Normandy for some days and that's so great)

Joëlle

Diane said...

Wonderful color you chose! Lovely!

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Love the box painted and with the images, Carol! I'll bet there are lots of uses for them. I think that's a great price for the unfinished ones, too.

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

So cute!! Happy weekend! xo Holly

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Love those!

It's getting closer!
I can't wait to see everything you bring. You're going to do great.

Connie said...

I love boxes with dividers and you turned these into little treasures. "treasures to hold treasure" :)
Have a grand weekend,
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Carol. LOVE THESE!! how perfect for so many displays. I can see a thimble collection too with the labels in the background hung on the wall. They will sell quick!
Have a great weekend.
Hugs

Angélica said...

I Carol !! Cute boxes. I love the color and the stenciling on the blue one. Can't wait to see to more

Cynthia said...

Carol these boxes are just too cute. I love the paint and the images are so pretty. Great idea!!

Cynthia

DownTheLaneWithDaisy said...

I'm nuts about those trays! I spent some time on Barr Display and Wow, what a lot of stuff. No wonder you feel like a kid in a candy store!

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

Can't wait to see your booth at the Flea! It's going to be loaded with great treasures!
Warmly,
deb

Little Miss Maggie said...

These are great, Carol. I love the blue you chose and the rubber stamp was a genius idea.

Jan Flood said...

Great idea Carol, I love these little trays. It looks like the compartments would be about 2x3" and a inch or so deep? Nice size for tabletop displays, they don't take up a lot of room.

Betty@SouthernGrace said...

Cute as a button! as always~~

Donna said...

Those little display cases/trays are cute!

Savannah Granny said...

these are so neat and well priced. I am so proud of you!
xoGinger

{oc cottage} said...

wow! love it!

m ^..^

marda said...

GREAT trays, and love the color you used to paint one. Oh the storage/display possibilities.

Nicole Furney said...

Love them :)

Rohan Singh said...

Wood craft is always very beautiful, attractive and loved creation made using wood. There are various wood workers around the globe having expertise in crafting various beautiful and useful crafts. The creation shared here is very much beautiful and I personally loved it very much. It is both useful and beautiful and have enough capacity to gain anyone’s attention.

Heart Vintage Design said...

Love, love, love!