Craft Show display for hair accessories!

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BebesDecor says

hELLO eTSIANS!!

I HAVE A CRAFT SHOW COMING UP SOON AND i WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE HAD GREAT IDEAS OF HOW T O DISPLAY HAIR ACCESSORIES. IT'S A BIT TRICKY FOR ME IT'S MY FIRST CRAFT SHOW AND I HAVE NO CLUE AS TO HOW TO UNIQUELY DISPLAY MY ITEMS. (: HELP! THANKSS

Posted at 1:56pm Mar 8, 2010 EST

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I make hair clips. What I do is I ordered postcards with my business name on them and punched holes for the clips. Then I stuck them in a plastic sleeve. Then I punched one additional hole in the top and I hang them on a rotating rack I bought. They look so nice! Here's an example:

www.facebook.com/LemonDropsShop?v=photos#!/photo.php?pid=10904804&i...

Posted at 2:03pm Mar 8, 2010 EST

I bet you could buy a necklace or bracelet display and hang your headbands on them.

Posted at 2:05pm Mar 8, 2010 EST

BebesDecor says

GREAT IDEA! THANKSS (:

Posted at 2:08pm Mar 8, 2010 EST

I have only done one "show", but here's what I did at the advice of a craft-show friend. We made cardstock cards with all my info on them, and the "small parts" warning on the back. Then we used an Exacto knife (box cutter) and cut a slit through the middle and slipped the bows on. Then she put the plastic hanger thingies (so sorry, I have no other way of describing them) and hung them on a framed board that had poles going across (like you see for jewelry in department stores). I am going to make my own display by using framed peg board and those same metal bars going across. This worked really well. For multiple bow packages you could make different shaped cards and cut more slits, etc.

I hope that helps some!

Posted at 2:12pm Mar 8, 2010 EST

I found a store near me that sells all kinds of displays. If you could find one near you, go look around. I'm sure you could get tons of ideas. Or even look on Etsy and Ebay for jewelry dirplays.

One other thing I do to get some of my clips to stand out would be to buy little picture frame holders and put the hair clip card on it. Then it stands up.

Posted at 2:14pm Mar 8, 2010 EST

Hey LemonDropsShop!

Where do you get your postcards printed?

Posted at 2:15pm Mar 8, 2010 EST

BebesDecor says

THANKS FOR THE TIPS!! (:

Posted at 2:15pm Mar 8, 2010 EST

I make one of a kind bows of all colors, so I have a large table I put them on, just lay them in rows so you can see each one. This has worked well for me! I keep the clips on one end and the barrettes on the other end.

Posted at 2:16pm Mar 8, 2010 EST

Howdy knotworkshop! I use Vistaprint! I also made these thru Vistaprint:

www.facebook.com/LemonDropsShop?v=photos#!/photo.php?pid=10904792&i...

Posted at 2:16pm Mar 8, 2010 EST