Acrylic Sign Holder for My Jewelry Booth Signs

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I’ve found that acrylic photo frames work wonderfully for my booth signs. They come in all sizes.

Using photo-frame acrylic sign holders "upside down" like this can make your signs more readable and more weather-proof.

These acrylic sign holders nest together in a nice, compact stack for storing and transporting without taking up much space.

They wipe clean very easily, and also protect your signs from rain, wind, and other art show hazards.

Whenever you need to change your signs, you can just slide the old sign out of the frame, and slip a new one into its place.

I create my display signs on my computer, print them out on ordinary white paper, and cut them apart to slip into my photo frames.

These are a great way to communicate with your customers and add a very professional touch to your booth.

I highly recommend using the same fonts and color scheme for all of your signs. The result is a very professional looking, cohesive booth!

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  1. Thanks for your unique contribution to the jewelry industry. You rock my friend!!

  2. Chrissy says:

    Thank you so much for the great ideas. I took notes and am excited to try this. It takes me so long to set up and I have a large inventory. This will cut lots of set up time for me. Thankyou Chrissy

  3. Where do you suggest purchasing those note displays?

  4. Thanks for the lovely feedback! 🙂
    Hi Rose, these are sold as acrylic photo frames, and often I’ve found them in multi-packs at stores like Walmart, Target, dollar stores, etc.

  5. I agree with you Rena, I use these acrylic signs when I do shows. They are so easy to change up and customize for whatever you I’m doing at the time. I got quite a nice stash at our local thrift store for pennies. They always seem to be there and in all sizes and in great shape.

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