Padded Hangers as Earring/Necklace Display

by Diane Kirkland.
(Door County, WI)

Jewelry Displayed on Velvet Padded Hangers

Small Earring Display

I was looking for a compact way to display my earrings. I already had a small earring display piece but it only held about 10 pair.

I saw these at a local chain (either Walmart or Target), and they are meant to hold pants or perhaps ties or scarves in your closet.

The black material is a velvety non-slip surface. The top hanger part swivels.

While I was hurried and couldn’t attach the hangers the way I wanted to in my display this time (I think Velcro loops would be more efficient and look better), I took this photo while I was “loading them up” and you can see how many fit on the hangers.

They don’t take up much space because they’re smack against the tent wall (obviously this was an outdoor show) but could be used against a wall or other vertical structure on an indoor show.

Diane Kirkland


Clever and versatile
by: Rena

Thanks for sharing this great idea, Diane! Your earring cards stand out really nicely against the black hangers.

I think the hangers actually look elegant and fashionable, and it’s such a great way to display things at eye-level.

Love it!
by: PDRjewelry

What a great idea! I’m using the rack out of my microwave! I sure like yours! Thanks!
Paula Reynolds

Like your booth tent/canopy!
by: Kat

Hi! I really like the hanger idea, but more than that I like the booth/tent. I am wondering if you have a source for it? Kudos!

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  • Andrea says:

    I like how clean this looks and I agree that Velcro would tweak it up a notch from just looking like a hanger. Are you attaching your cards to the ‘bars’ of the hanger with the clear plastic, self adhesive clips or in another way?
    This is a great look. Thanks for sharing!

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