Displays: make your own things

Ideas for display for Craft Shows

Displays: make your own things

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Three Speckled Hens. Jewelry stands

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Why do you need that?: Craft Show displays made from Vintage Suitcases

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Homemade display for long earrings, by Staci Louise Originals. Thick wire, spiraled, set into a shaved or carved wood block. My bet is that a weight of some kind has been added to the carved out bottom of the block: if not, that would be a good addition, to make the base heavier. Or easier: screw it to a board.

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Close up of the repurposed spoon rack being used as a crafts display: Ornament hooks with a twist

Upcycled Spoon Racks


Repurposed spoon rack

Upcycled Spoon Racks


fauna_und_flora. I think these are wood but you could do them in cardboard too, just make it thick enough. Maybe several layers papier mached together and then painted.

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Custom Frame Smarts - Create a great custom earring holder with a beautiful frame built to fit your space! - Great use for any old long mirrors hanging around ;-)

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Handmade Wooden Necklace Display Stand by amiedelicatedesigns

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Screen Door Displays. I'm not going to lie. I'd put something like this in my house and just hang stuff on it!

Vintage Show Off: Screen Door Displays


how to make jewelry display for craft shows - Google Search

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DIY Craft Show Display - this would be cute and use mini clothespins to attach jewelry cards to it (instead of hanging earrings directly on it)

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Handmade Wooden Necklace Display. Craft Show Display. Jewelry Display.. $75.00, via Etsy.

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How to make handpainted paper mache mannequin heads. Cute idea to hold your hats or headbands!

DIY Flapper Mannequin Hat Stand

  • Kathy West
    Kathy West

    I think I could do this!! I love it!

Maniquies de adorno hechos de una botella de plástico.

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Paint buckets with a dual purpose: magnet display and tent weights {craft booth setup}

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... love the 'welcome' chalk!

The Things I've Learned About Craft Fairs


Very small, svelte 2x3' section of a table. No grids or wall backing! I like the hinged shutters: easy to carry, and stands alone without a brace or clamp. Would it fall over?

a Mused Studio: My Micro Booth!

  • Tammy~Cloverleaf

    At an outdoor show, yes, the shutters do fall over. It you come up with a stand for them, then the wind blows the cards out of the shutters~I speak from experience! Thanks for the board!

  • Ronda Whitaker
    Ronda Whitaker

    Ditto on the outdoor show. Trying to come up with a way to keep it sturdy.

  • Helen Taverna
    Helen Taverna

    Try a hinge at the top, with a wood bar coming down- would give it more support but adds weight.

Jewelry Booth In A Bag: does not work well out of doors if there is wind at all.

Reinvented Objects: Jewelry Booth in a Bag

  • Stephanie Moore
    Stephanie Moore

    I just tried this at an outdoor craft show. The wind blew my boards and easels right off the table! I ended up using bracelet T bars to lean the boards up instead of the easels.

from the Art and Craft show group on Flickr

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  • Creations from Ash
    Creations from Ash

    Shadow boxes?

Metal tree on a small table, placed at front of booth: very appealing. Art, display, and photo by Tasha McKelvey

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Tasha McKelvey's booth. Note two side displays, open fabric flaps for breeze, pumpkins (very inviting) and prominent name display

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  • Mariah Allen
    Mariah Allen

    Where did you get your canopy from!? I love the sides!

Craft Show Display Tips & Must-Haves

Craft Show Display Tips and Must-Haves


Craft Fair ideas... love the 'welcome' chalk!



garden gate!

Pink Roses: October 2011


good use of vertical space

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  • Angie Gallan
    Angie Gallan

    Stencil logo on cheap Fabric