Remember making these construction paper lanterns in grade school? Imagine a flock of them in your shop window to color up your customers' world! http:TGtbT.com loves practically-free ways to make your consignment or resale shop stand out from the crowd!
Sustainable, stylish, sensible display lettering. Not sure how they did it, but TGtbT.com would suggest cut-out cardboard letters glue-dotted to window, then a nice swipe of tempera paint, then removing the letters? Maybe April McCrumb from catching fireflies will tell us! (I love her style...)
If you have, or want, closed-back display windows for your consignment or resale shop, here's a fun idea!! TGtbT.com suggests that the clothes line could be made with black contact paper, leaving 3 or 5 spots to pin a few items.
Love it! Paper plate "buttons"! Shown here as party decor, but why not your window display for your consignment shop sale, themed "Button Up The Savings"? Add this to your promotions file, which of course already has "229 Promotional Events for Resale & Consignment Shops": tgtbt.com/...
Teeny store window with great display! TGtbT.com says what makes this special are the white painted swirls around the edges and the ribbon curtain backdrop! More Window Display Ideas for Resale & Consignment in the TGtbT.com Products for the Professional Resaler
Make a window that will carry you from October through Thanksgiving with just a swap-out of merchandise. TGtbT.com, for consignment and resale shopkeepers, says These strings of fall leaves are easy to make and easily stored for next year
Tired of doing windows for your consignment shop? Here's the simplest window: one dress form, 4 ongoing props (branch, window, chair, stool) gets one outfit and 3-5 small groups of accessories. TGtbT.com says: 5 minutes to strip old display, 5 to clean it all so it's spotless, 10 minutes to find another group of merchandise. 20 minutes/ week for a sophisticated, high-end window is great! How would YOU use this idea?
Quick and easy window. Glass table right up against your window glass. Use 3 (or 5, never 2 or 4) forms, Make sure they are grouped... don't let the space in between be too wide. Similar but not identical outfits, using similar colors, all bright or all earth tone... note that the accessories and the outfits echo off one another. More helpful window display tips in the Too Good to be Threw Product at tgtbt.com/...