by Joan. (Poway, California USA) Every Saturday, when I setup my jewelry booth display I do something different. I'm still not completely happy with it. Sometimes I have a 10 ft. + space. I'm considering adding a box or something to place my forms on, or add a shelf. I don't like just laying my jewelry on the table top. I'm also not sure of the large tilted … [Read more...] about My Jewelry Booth Display: A Work in Progress
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by Linda Tenney. (Palm Harbor, Florida USA) I was curious what other vendors' opinions are on having your booth set up either so shoppers can step in and look around or if your tables define the perimeter and shoppers browse from outside. I have a 10'x10' white tent and have done about 8 shows with it. I have two 6 ft. tables and one 4 ft. table and with these you … [Read more...] about Booth Setup: Come In or Keep Out?
by Susan Anderson. One of the problems I have noticed at recent art shows is that of displaying bracelets so they are attractive as well as easy to grab so they can be tried on or looked at more closely. I have been using the typical bracelet T bar display stands. They definitely make an attractive appearance but are a challenge to those wanting to try them on. If … [Read more...] about Tackling the Bracelet Display Dilemma
by Susan Anderson. I am currently showing my mixed media artwork and jewelry for the month at a local gallery. Hanging wall art is easy, but displaying jewelry presented some challenges. For the show, a few different types of displays were needed- wall, shelf and table, all done in an earthy tone to match the style of the jewelry. For the wall I wanted something that … [Read more...] about Jewelry Displays for Gallery Showing
by Nicole Green. (Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi USA) I live on a coastal town where strong winds can whip up out of nowhere. Knowing this, I thought I was being very responsible by using weights and stakes, but nothing prepared me (and others) for the winds that hit us last weekend at the Harbor Fest. The first evening the winds were strong and some vendors … [Read more...] about Lessons Learned: prepare your jewelry booth for bad weather
by Janeen St. Louis. (United States) I've been creating high fashion beaded jewelry for over a decade that started with the passing of my grandmother. I work primarily with natural, raw and organically recycled materials; appreciating their textures, colors, shapes and imperfections. I'm inspired by the presence of ancient Egypt, as well as my African and … [Read more...] about I See My Work As Art! So I Display It That Way!
by Debra Procter. (Brantford, Ontario, Canada) I bought my first spoon rack case at a thrift store when I was looking for shelving for my shop. I wasn't sure how I was going to use it to display my jewellery but couldn't resist it! I came across the little wire Christmas ornament hooks and knew just what to do. In the shop the large case was mounted on the … [Read more...] about Upcycled Spoon Racks
by Cathy Abernathy. (Niceville, Florida USA) The suitcase was refurbished from a salesman's sample cloths display. I made the bracelet display padding out of white shelf liner, the foot display was painted skin tone, the boot jewelry is on my boot with hooks from a hardware store. The necklace display is on a burlap canvas with hooks glued on back and I used … [Read more...] about Refurbished Items for Jewelry Display
by Sarah Kelleher. (Arkansas USA) I make my own gift boxes and earring cards. The boxes and cards start from the brown paper bag colored card stock. I cut the paper down and I use die cuts to cut the butterflies out of turquoise cardstock. Use double sided tape to hold them all together. My labels are printed by me at home thanks to Avery online. I have an … [Read more...] about My Handcrafted Jewelry Packaging
by Lori Huffman. (North Richland Hills, Texas (Ft. Worth)) I chose to use black and white to compliment my jewelry. This display included four six foot tables with floor length black table cloths, black velvet display busts and jewelry trays, as well as necklace and bracelet bars made of black velvet. I have three black lamps that I use to highlight my jewelry … [Read more...] about Elegant Black & White Display
by Jennifer McBride. (Port Angeles, Washington USA) When I first started making jewelry my husband decided to make this because I didn't have anywhere to put my finished pieces. He bought some supplies and it's been holding jewelry ever since. Jennifer McBride Jen's Crafty Creations Jen's Crafty Creations on Facebook … [Read more...] about Husband’s Handmade Display
by Susan Verdecchia. (Thomson, Georgia USA) I think I've finally done it. Over the last three years, I have struggled with making my display interesting and professional, and also functional. I usually attend a Saturday market in beautiful downtown Augusta, GA, on the Riverwalk at the Savannah River. This market supports artists strongly and the atmosphere is … [Read more...] about My Ever Evolving Display