by Melanie Solis.
(Folsom, La., USA)
Standard folding tables covered with cream colored tablecloths.
I bought a few inexpensive clear plastic picture frames and printed up cards that said what jewelry medium I used such as “Sterling Silver”, “Copper”, “Kids Jewelry”, etc. and set those in back of each jewelry display to give the buyer an idea of what the jewelry was made of.
I set natural props such as shells, starfish, and little inexpensive “dollar store” flowers around the tables for decoration & color, and it was also an “eye catcher” to shoppers.
I received many compliments on the design of my tables, and several admirers took photos of my booths.
About your display
I love the clear color of your display, I am so used to the black velvet I used for my booth, even when I try to change it feel different.
But I want to ask you about the notebook you have in the booth, how is been working for you? if you dont mine charing a few tips…
Thank you dreamyjwls…
by: Melanie’s Beads
I used light table covers because I wanted the colors in my jewelry and my designs to draw attention. The sign in notebook is used for guests who would like to receive emails or follow-up contact from me, and also for people who would like to special order something. The “guest sign in” has been a success, I have had several repeat customers from using it.
by: Another crafter
In the photo of your jewelry booth, it’s a no-no to show the stored items below your display table.