(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 with the non-slip thin shelf liner and put some netting or fancy ribbon on the ends.
I found a small suitcase where I can pack two of these in nicely and cover them with felt for travel. The bracelets stay in place on the shelf liner and when I get to a show, I just take them out of the suitcase and they are ready to go.
The displays are also easy so people can pick up the bracelets to look at them and the display stays neat. This picture is a little fuzzy, but I think you can get the idea.
Bracelet display from a shirt sleeve
How clever, Paulette! I love the idea of repurposing a shirt sleeve into a bracelet display – genius!
Also a neat custom touch of fancifying it with netting or ribbons on the ends.
I love displays that are easy transport all loaded up with jewelry – such a timesaver when you’re setting up and taking down at events.
Thank you for sharing your bracelet display idea with us!