by Bijou. (Washington, Pennsylvania) I used a rectangular piece of floral foam, cut it in half, and rounded off the top edges with a knife to create a smooth arch. I placed this under my over-cloth (table cloth) and used it to drape bracelets over. This is very light-weight and inexpensive but I would recommend covering it with some foil as the foam tends to leave … [Read more...] about Bracelet Arch
Bracelet displays you can purchase for a song or creative options you can make yourself at home.
by Carman Bader. (Klamath Falls, OR. USA) I was in the Goodwill store and saw this little wooden goodie. As I looked at it, I saw that it was really designed and built to hold bracelets. For $1.00 I now have a great display. Always check the used stores - you cannot believe what you can find to use for displays! Carman Bader Comments: Love it! by: Lisa/ … [Read more...] about Bracelet Display Made in Heaven
by Paulette. (New Richmond, Wisconsin, USA) I do craft fairs and am always looking for ways to minimize my set up time with displays that can be packed away without being disassembled. I've found this idea to work the best for bracelets: I take an old knit shirt, cut the sleeves off so I have about a 14" "tube". Pack the tube with cotton batting, sew the ends and cover it … [Read more...] about Easy Set up Bracelet Display
by Justina Blakeney. Here's a lovely, last-minute bracelet display solution: arrange a stack of cuffs on a rolled up magazine. This beautifully simple idea adds a stylish, vertical element to your display table. And the the rolled up magazine can expand or contract to fit perfectly inside the bracelets. You can choose your magazine by the color of its … [Read more...] about Displaying Bracelets on a Rolled Up Magazine
by Miwa Lee. (California) I've read others' comments about using bottles and jars so it's not exactly a novel idea but I thought I'd contribute my photo as an example of using a bud vase for a bracelet display. The vase cost only a few dollars from Target and I nestled it in my black pashmina. As you can see, I'm still working on my photography skills. It's really … [Read more...] about Simple Bud Vase
by Mariel. (San Antonio, TX) This T-bar bracelet display is made out of very inexpensive materials, and you can make it in an hour (including the time needed for glue to dry). Materials: one cardboard roll from paper towels one cardboard roll from toilet tissue craft paper scissors glue. How to Make the T-bar Jewelry Display: Cut enough craft … [Read more...] about T-Bar Jewelry Display
by Susie O'Brien. (Philadelphia PA) I like to browse hardware stores and fabric stores to see what I can find for my jewelry displays at craft fairs. I bought this sewing thread holder for my bracelets. The larger version is a nice size for necklaces and bracelets as well. There are two wooden legs at the back that extend outward, making it a stable … [Read more...] about Ready-Made Bracelet Display
by Debbie Sosa. (Troy, Michigan) I make rustic jewelry, and needed a way to photograph it in a rustic way, too. Using a gorgeous stone that I picked up in my travels, lends the perfect backdrop to my faux pebbles bracelet. What do you think? Debbie Sosa Bead Bewitched on Etsy Bead Bewitched on Artfire Comments: Your Display ROCKS! by: JeaneMargherite This is actually … [Read more...] about Display for Photographing Faux Pebbles Bracelet
by Sarah Keith. (Florida) The small, velvet covered manufactured bracelet displays are too expensive for someone just getting started selling jewelry. This bracelet display idea can easily show 10-15 bracelets - depending on size. Supplies: 2" x 2' PVC Pipe Black Knit Fabric (T-Shirt material) 68" Artist's Wire (at least 16 gauge) Small Crystal … [Read more...] about Inexpensive, Elegant Bracelet Display
by Sue Runyon. (Niceville, Florida, USA) I've been meaning to figure out how to make one of these for a while so I've been saving cardboard tubes that are approximately wrist size to do it. But I hadn't figured out how to cap the ends to make them look finished and professional. Then it occurred to me that mailing tubes already are the right size and already have end … [Read more...] about Easy Bracelet Display From a Mailing Tube
by Ali Baker. (Oklahoma) Using a piece of wood, measuring 15 x 15 inches, I painted it white and nailed tiny steel brads into a pattern. Here are 2 pictures. I do love the idea of using the glass frames to let light show off the colors of the glass & crystal...my next project! Ali Baker Comments: Nice bracelet display idea by: Rena This looks … [Read more...] about Wooden Bracelet Display by Baker’s Bracelets, Etc.
by Vicki Sugar. (Suwanee,Georgia) I am fortunate enough to have access to authentic slate (my sons have a Restoration Construction Business). So I find unique shapes, put 3 coats of high gloss sealer on them and use them at my shows. The cool shine and the warm glow of the bracelets really catch buyers' eyes. Vicki Sugar Simply Unwired at … [Read more...] about Cool Slate