Thanks to Paula of Once A Paula Time Jewelry for inspiring this idea!
I needed some additional necklace displays that were similar to my favorite pendant tree.
After seeing Paula’s Bottle Cap Necklace Display I realized that I had some lovely bottles packed away that would work well for making bottle trees.
(These bottles were found at flea markets, but an import store would probably have a good selection as well.)
I used wired twine from the craft store and twisted and wrapped until I got the look I was going for.
I added some glass pebbles for weight and began hanging a few necklaces that were in coordinating colors to the bottles.
I am so pleased with the result and can’t wait to try them out next week at my first outdoor craft show of the season.
Wish me luck!
What a beautiful twist on Paula’s cool display idea.
Thanks so much for sharing your version of this necklace display, Debbie!
Best of luck at your upcoming show! Looking forward to hearing how your customers react to your new displays.
I love this display idea. I am trying to decide if it would work with my style and what I would hang on it. If anyone would like to take a look at my web site and help me decide if it would work that would be great. I was thinking about using cobalt blue bottles with silver toned wire.
by: Teri Landow
What a wonderfully beautiful idea for a display! I’m going to have to try this!!! Thanks for the fantastic, inexpensive display tip!
by: Angie S
Just as Rena said, looking at this display helped me form an idea for a ring display to use this weekend at a show that has big (UGLY) tags and a very small amount of space. A normal slotted felt block wasn’t going to work, so I’ve been fighting for ideas….if I use it, I’ll make sure to post a picture.
Thanks for sharing!!!
Those displays are fabulous, and I don’t mind saying, I’m going to copy them myself, I hope you accept that as the sincere compliment it is intended to be!! Hope your first outdoor show of the season is fabulous!
Wow what a Classy display with your bottles.. I LOVE IT!!!!! Now back at u for me to make something like that for my classy pieces. Thank you.
Glass bottle necklace display.
The cool thing is that you can color coordinate the bottles or glass rocks, to match either the jewelry or tablescape.
I’m off to the thrift-store!
Lucky you, getting ready to do an outdoor show!! They really look like they are weather (wind) proof.
Good luck on your show.
It is soooo pretty.
by: debbie polachek
I love this too. I would think some folks would want to buy it all to decorate their house.
by: Designed by Audrey
What a great way to display necklace at a craft show or other selling event. Thanks for sharing.
Glass Bottle Display
I this idea. Can’t wait to try it!
Thanks for sharing it.
I actually bought some curvy wire that is very similar to this at Michael’s in the cake section. It is Duff (Ace of Cakes) brand and is generally used for making cakes with things coming out of it! I am using it to display some of my earrings and it looks awesome and very uniform!
Thank you for sharing. I too am knew at Craft Fairs. I did my first one on Labour Day weekend & the friendliness & help from the other vendors made me feel accepted & part of a family. I love your beautiful creative display & I too am going to borrow it 🙂 I have 2 Xmas shows to do & a jewelry party & I’m now looking for ideas for a xmas decorating theme for my booth. I make art glass pendant necklaces. Any ideas for xmas booth design ladies? Thanks, lynn
Gorgeous bottle display
I love this ideal! It is so simple yet beautiful! I have just started in the jewelry business and accidentally discovered this page. I am sooo glad I did. The tips and help are wonderful and have already given me many great ideals. Thanks so much for being generous in helping a new seller such as myself!
Charlene, glad you found us here! I too am always so inspired by the incredibly creative ideas of other artists. Wishing you all the best with your new jewelry business!
Doing my first flea market next week and your tip MADE MY DAY!! I have some wired cherry blossom branches that I’m going to use!! You ROCK!