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A bare tree branch jewelry display can provide a lovely, artistic, and sometimes even Zen-like atmosphere to your booth.
Choose a branch that’s free of thorns and leaves, so your jewelry will be safely visible.
Also make sure it’s one that can be displayed in a mostly horizontal position.
If you use it to show your earrings, you can either hang the earrings directly onto the branch, or hang them while they’re mounted on your earring cards.
Consider using your “jewelry tree” as a prop for photographing your work, with an attractive background showing through the branches.
See this lovely example of Debbie Sosa’s aged wood used as a jewelry photo prop.
Driftwood can also make a wonderful, rustic display element:
Here are some ideas for styling your branch displays to go with your overall booth:
* leave your branch its natural color.
* spray paint it white, black, or another color to contrast with your jewelry.
* spray artificial snow “flocking” across all the surfaces that face upward.
* drape with Halloween cobwebs, Spanish moss, Christmas lights, etc.
* use a selection of other natural elements in your booth (rocks, crystals, and shells, etc.).
Other Kinds of
Jewelry Display Trees
If you’re interested in getting crafty, you can make clever jewelry display “trees” from household items:
The Pendant Tree
Wanda Anderson’s creative pendant display evolved from floral wire, plaster of paris, and spanish moss.
Bottle Necklace Tree Displays
See how Paula uses soda bottles and wire to create her own groovy “trees” for hanging her necklaces on display.
Colorful Glass Bottle Necklace Display
Inspired by Paula’s clever idea, Debbie created these uniquely beautiful necklace trees from thrift-shop items.
Super Spooky Halloween Tree
A Halloween craft store find became this cool jewelry display tree in Aylett Only’s booth.
Tree-Shaped Mug Rack Jewelry Display
Lynne Cirillo uses a thrift-store mug tree as a lovely, cheap display.
Fantasy Tree Earring Display
Elena Mary Siff created this whimsical, mixed-media earring display stand from a variety of materials.