Barbara’s Booth for Handcrafted Beaded, Wire Wrapped Jewelry

by Barbara Rosol.
(Irwin, PA)

One of the most exciting thing about selling jewelry at craft shows or events is setting up your display.

There are so many different ways to show off accentuate your best pieces and that’s to use risers or homemade displays.

Jewelry Booth by Barbara Rosol  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

I use a 10 x 10 tent space for my outdoor events. My tables are in a horseshoe diagram with beautiful linens covering my tables.

When customers step into my tent, the first thing they see are the boxes of jewelry I have, organized according to style and design set nicely on risers for ease in viewing.

Jewelry Booth with Risers by Barbara Rosol  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

As shown in my pictures, my pieces flow throughout my tables to all customers to view and purchase a variety of designs and pieces.

Jewelry Display by Barbara Rosol  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

My favorite display of all is the dog gate created to display my earrings and bracelets. Lights are placed above to give my pieces an ambiance effect.

Barbara Rosol
Bella Perla Designs by R & B

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Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing your booth, Barbara! I especially like how easy it is to shop from your necklace display. And it’s nice to see your tent well anchored by cinderblocks.

  2. Catherine Franz says:

    I loveeeeee your set up! Thank you for sharing. Have a few ideas.

  3. Very nice set up. One suggestion: I would use longer tablecloths so your storage boxes don’t show.

  4. That’s pretty cool! Good job!

  5. Christine Yuss says:

    I’m totally stealing your idea of having the small picture frames on the table with the descriptions/pricing details! They add to the decor and catch your eye right away.

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