How to display Hair bows and Headbands for a craft show
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here's a good one--i made a holder for my daughter's headbands like these...
you will need-paper towel roll, fabric (slightly larger than the measurement around the roll and approx 4" longer at each end of the length--also use pinking shears to trim the ends), coordinating ribbon
take a roll of paper towels and wrap a piece of fabric all the way around, folding it under at the end
next, take the "ends" at the end of the roll and tie them up in pretty bows leaving the excess (so that it looks like a wrapped piece of candy)
hope you can decipher this--hard to explain,but really easy to do
Posted at 1:45 pm May 28, 2009 EDT
For boutiques I take a 6 inch round glass vase and put all my headbands on it. It looks nice like that. On my web site store, I bought a clear plastic headband holder to display my headbands on while photographing them. I bought the headband holder on ebay at a reasonable price. You can see what I am talking about on my site.
Posted at 9:40 am Jul 31, 2012 EDT
I do a lot of things, and headbands are just one of the items I sell at shows so I need to be creative about using space.
For headbands, I use two large Quaker Oatmeal containers, padded with batting and wrapped with fabric. You can add weight to the inside of the bottom one before assembling, and then stand it upright when finished. Perfect circumference for headbands, both soft and hard.
Takes minimal table space, creates height, and can be customized to match your colors.
Posted at 11:04 am Jul 31, 2012 EDT