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This indoor jewelry booth turns artistic black displays into an elegant mini-boutique.
Jewelry artist Cassie Gray of Clementine Jewelry says,
“The grid is made of black metal cubes that I assemble on-site. I attach clear plastic hanger backs to business cards to create earrings cards. The cards all fit nicely on the grid.
I use bed risers to raise the height of the table up so that most of the earrings are at eye-level.”
“The shutters display pendants hung from tent-folded cards that I also print up myself. They slip over the louvers of the shutters and make for a nice, uniform display.
For the shutters themselves, I took two plantation-sized shutters and hinged them together so that they make a simple screen.”
She says she also uses “large, non-patterned hat boxes and small, antique wooden crates to create multi-leveled platforms for my necklace busts.”
Thank you so much for this tour of your lovely Clementine jewelry booth, Cassie!
You can also catch up with Cassie Gray on her Clementine Blog.