Wednesday, October 7, 2009
It's not always easy to storage your jewelry in a cool way when you are at fairs.
The last fair I attended I had to deal with a table that was to small, maybe next time I bring an extra little table with me?
These are pictures of how I present my jewlery, but believe me, I can improve!
For my earrings I use a kind of big bamboo hats that one put over a bowl of fruit, I have them in White and black.
My rings are presented in a cute vintage childrens shop.
I browsed for some new ideas about the storage and presentation of my jewelry
and as a lot of us are attending some upcoming Christmas fairs, i found it interesting to share these ideas with you!
In this post I show some great finds: if you are not that handy yourself, then you can now invest in some cool displays!
Put a nice cool branch sticker on a wooden plate, chose the color who matches your shop and your jewelry!
Bird on Branch wall sticker by Lovesticky
what about hanging your stuff on antlers, these are made of resin and ready to use!
DIY antlers by Brighnasa
Another great sticker to put on a wooden plate, hammer some nails on the arms of the chandelier, and you have a cool necklace-display!
Chandelier Vinyl Wall Decal I Wall Sticker I Wall Design from Lovesticky
These handmade Jewelry Tree is made of copper wire settled into a wood base with a black finish. Very stylish!
Jewlery Tree display by Huremovic
Rustic ring holder by madeinthehv
a vintage display by ashleihjames
You can put a big wall sticker onto a wooden plate, and hammer some nails on the branches, perfect to hang your necklaces!
DANCING TREE vinyl decals stickers wall art graphics by Bakanastudio
Rustic Tripod Jewelry Display Tree by Rusticartistic
It's an aesthetic, perfect "tree" for displaying your jewelry - you can hang rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces from its various branches, and it doubles up as a lovely mood light.
Earring and ring tree by Thimothyadams
Here is a great way to show off your earrings and rings in style. Just the right mix of elegance, simplicity, sturdiness, and function.
I had a previous post about jewlery storage, go find it here.